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Online Diploma of Human Resources Management in Australia — What You Must Know

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Online delivery for courses in Australia has been a huge success, as more and more are opting to study through this new and innovative way of learning. More courses are also following this trend, as the demand for online learning is on the rise.

One of the hundreds of courses that are now being delivered via online method of teaching, is the Diploma of Human Resources Management.

Read on and learn more about this online diploma-level qualification.

 

I. What’s to learn in the Online Human Resources Management Course?

The Diploma of Human Resources will teach you the necessary know-how to manage a variety of HR functions from recruitment and induction to performance management processes. You will acquire top-level and nationally accredited training you need to develop a range of specialised technical and managerial skills.

This course will prepare you for HR tasks and responsibilities once you are ready for the workplace setting. You will learn how to review the applications and profiles who are applying for positions as employees in a company. Also, you will learn how to do a thorough background check on each person who applies for a job — one of the key skills you need to master.

To give you a better overview of the things you are expected to learn, here’s a list of the core units you are to take upon studying this online diploma course in Human Resources Management:

  • Manage human resources services
  • Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
  • Develop and manage performance-management processes
  • Manage workforce planning
  • Manage employee relations
  • Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements

 

II. BSB50615 Course Structure

This diploma-level qualification in Human Resources Management is delivered through Self-Paced Online Learning. This means that learners who are currently working or has other personal commitments can study according to their own time and schedule – a set up that promotes less hassle and more productivity for our students.

Learners are expected to spend approximately 10-12 hours of study per week for this online course. You will be given up to 18 months to complete the course. If you are able to allot more time studying, then you will be able to finish the course sooner. But you must feel no pressure, as this course is designed to keep up with your personal commitments and responsibilities, so finishing the course sooner is only a bonus for you and not really a requirement — one of the many interesting features of Self-Paced Online Learning!

 

If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us! Simply click here to visit Inspire Education’s course page and enquire now to get the latest news and updates.

 

III. What Makes Online Learning Stand Out?

To further ignite your interest in online learning, here’s a list of interesting facts about studying online in general — something worth taking note of next time you look for Online Courses:

 

Convenience and Flexibility

One of the most outright selling points of courses that are delivered online is how convenient and flexible the online learning experience is for students.

Let’s face it, everyone has their own hobby that they want to do on a daily basis, or responsibilities that need to be attended at certain times of the day. We also have occasions and social gatherings from time to time, which can easily bump with our study schedules.

We certainly need time to decompress, relax, and enjoy every aspect of our social lives.

Through online learning, we can do all these without having too much pressure to focus on our studies. This is not to say that you should not take online classes seriously, or the load in online courses are fewer as compared to traditional learning. It’s just that you have a flexible schedule to work with. You still have to manage your time wisely to fully take advantage of the flexible study hours.

 

Reduced Pressure

Unintentionally or not, schools can create an overly competitive atmosphere. It’s just the nature of the traditional way of teaching, where your ranking with your other classmates is sort of a thing — and in extreme cases, something that determines your worth as a student.

Unfortunately, some students can’t handle this kind of pressure, and it’s not even their fault. The rigours of academic studies in a classroom set up can prove to be stressful to most students.

An article from the American Psychological Association reveals that students have experienced an increased risk of depression, anxiety, and even suicidal thoughts — all triggered or influenced by academic pressure experienced in the classroom.

Pressure can cause poor performance and reduced knowledge absorption — something we do not want any student to experience.

Online learning offers a completely different environment. While students can still interact with one another and with their instructors, they don’t have to face a competitive atmosphere on a daily basis. They can study in a safe environment that encourages learning instead of competition.

Reduced pressure can also come from the fact that online learning does not demand too much of your time, as explained earlier. You’re free to choose and plan your schedule that would best suit your study needs.

 

Lower Education Fees

Online courses are cheaper than Face to Face learning or the traditional method of teaching. This is because there are fewer fees to cover for the dynamics included in delivering a course through online means. Here are the reasons why online courses are cheaper:

  1. Facilities: Teachers/Trainers and students don’t have to pay for classrooms in order to commence training. All they need is an internet connection with a reliable speed and a computer in good condition.
  2. Supplies: Online courses will not require you to purchase paper handouts, textbooks, and other physical learning materials.
  3. Transportation: Since you’re studying in front of a computer, you don’t really need to go places. You can save money you spend in getting to a training facility and use it to other essentials.
  4. Trainers: When you want to learn a language, or how to do a craft, you don’t really need a university-level instructor. Trainers who have specialised experience may not really be suitable in the academe, but they can teach valuable courses at lower costs.

Now imagine all the money you can save by taking an online course. You can spend it on other expenses, or just simply save it.

 

Personalized Learning Experience

Think of online courses as a self-directed way of learning. Your instructor/trainer will help you build out a structure for each course, but you’re ultimately in charge of personalising your learning experience to suit your needs and preferences.

People absorb information in different ways. Some people like to hear information. They process data better that way and can retain the information for longer periods of time.

There are also visual learners, who prefer graphs, videos, photographs, and other things they can see. They respond to visual cues which helps their brain deal through problems and pick up new data and knowledge.

No matter your learning preference, you can always find an online course that fits your needs. Visual learners, for instance, might want to consider a course that includes lots of video and graphic representations of data. If you learn best through listening, consider taking a course that includes audio recordings and podcasts.

 

If there’s anything you want to bring up, or any concerns you want to raise, we are here to help. Visit Inspire Education’s website by clicking here and send us your enquiries.

 

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