HR Business Partner Certificate
Our HR Business Partner Certificate is a 1 year programme focused on building your strategic HR skills so that you can deliver as a high impact HR Business Partner. It involves online modules, assignments and assessments.
Who should attend?
You’ll benefit most from the HR Business Partner Certificate if you are:
An experienced HR Advisor/Consultant wanting to prepare to move into an HRBP role
An HR Business Partner wanting a formal programme to build your skills and experience
In an HR role in a company moving to an HR Business Partnering model
What will you finish with?
The HR Business Partner Certificate is different from tertiary study as you need to be working in a role where you can apply what you’re learning, rather than covering theory. You’ll work through case studies and assessments to test you are applying what we’ve covered. Once you’ve completed your final assessment you will be awarded your certificate.
Apply for a place
The programme investment is $1,950 + GST.
Just complete the online application to enrol. We will liaise with you if we don’t feel that your backgound meets the requirements for successful completion of the Certificate. You can choose which order you want to complete the modules.
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HR Business Partner Competency Assessment
To start the Certificate you’ll complete an individual assessment of where you think your skills and experience level are in the different areas covered by the programme. This is completed at the start and the end of the programme so that you can check you have grown your skills, and also for your ongoing development plan after you have finished the Certificate. You’ll also nominate 3 managers to complete a 360 to help you with identifying your strengths and where you could grow to be a high impact HRBP.
HR Strategy & Planning
As an HR Manager or Business Partner, you may be in charge of the HR Plan or Strategy for your portfolio or division.
You’ll finish this module with:
The on the job assignment involves reviewing HR strategy approaches and preparing an HR strategy for a case study organisation.
The modules you’ll complete
You may need to attend mediation to resolve ER issues while in an HR Business Partner role. This module will take you through
The on the job assignment involves preparing a real response and responding to what happens during mediation.
Complex ER Issues
Where you have responsibility for Employment Relations issues, this module will give you tools to deal with:
The on the job assignment involves advising a business on clauses, reviewing a bargaining document and preparing for a collective negotiation.
Settlements and PG’s
If you need to deal with exiting employees where issues have occurred, this module takes you through:
The on the job assignment involves responding to a PG claim, and drafting up a settlement offer.
This module takes you through using specific change tools through a case study so that you are fully prepared to drive change in your business including:
Your on the job assignment involves planning and reviewing a change initiative.
If you’ve been putting off doing a finance course, now’s the time to take action. This module will take you through core financial concepts. You will leave with:
The on the job assignment involves a case study to see what HR issues you would want to raise with the executive team.
If you have to run an investigation -
This Module takes you using the PEACE model, used by Police and Investigators, to ensure you plan a thorough and unbiased investigation, and get the information you need to evaluate what actually happened.
The on the job assignment involves analysing a case and planning your investigation.
In many middle sized organisations, capability and learning sits within the HR Business Partners remit.
This module covers:
The on the job assignment involves reviewing a TNA case study and recommending the right L&D framework and how you’d present this to the executive team.