Diploma in Human Resource Management

Ahmadabad Management Association

€ 13,000 - (Rs 10,23,622)
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  • Diploma
  • Ahmedabad
  • Duration:
    6 Months
Description

The course Diploma in Human Resource Management in the field of HR Management covers various subjects like structural rules that govern the composition of sentences, phrases, and words, and clear and direct communication.

Important information

Requirements: The programme is aimed at participants with a degree or diploma and two years experience. A reasonable command over spoken and written English is essential.

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad Management Association AMA Complex, ATIRA Campus, Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Marg, Vastrapur, 380015, Gujarat, India
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Course programme


Managing people need new skills as organisations become bigger, more complex, more industrialised and have to cope with new technologies.
This programme intends to sharpen participants' capabilities as HR professionals, help them discover and exploit their inner potential for personal and organisational benefit, and instill a work ethic where teamwork, collaboration and hierarchical relationships remain strong and dependable.

Class Days & Timings: Thursday/Friday/Saturday 7.00 to 8.30 p.m.

Shri Madanmohan Ramanlal Medal for Outstanding Performance: The top performer of the programme is awarded the Shri Madanmohan Ramanlal Medal.

Course Coverage:

Organisational Behaviour: Introduction; Contemporary Challenges: Diversity & Ethics; Individual Behaviour, Perception, Decision-making; Personality, Attitudes, Values and Job Satisfaction; Motivation: Concepts and Applications; Group Dynamics and Teams; Communication; Leadership; Conflict, Negotiation and Intergroup Behaviour; Organisational Structure; Organisational Culture; Organisational Change and Development.

Human Resource Management: Nature and Scope; HR Planning; Job Analysis and Design; Recruitment, Selection and Induction; Performance Appraisal and Job Evaluation; Training and Development; Employee Compensation and Welfare; Promotion, Transfers and Separation; Industrial Relations; Discipline; Trade Unions; Disputes and their Resolution; Labour Legislation; HR Information Systems; HR Audit; HR Manuals.


Project: Select aspects of HRM function will be assigned to teams of participants for detailed study, analysis and findings. The projects will involve extensive fieldwork, data collection and interviews with organisations chosen for the purpose eventually benefiting the participants and resulting in lasting learning value.

Additional information

Students per class: 40

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