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Certificate IV in Human Resources BSB41015

BSB41015

 

This qualification prepares students to work in support positions in human resources management. In smaller companies they may work across all human resources areas. In larger companies they may be work in teams focussed on specific human resources functions, such as workforce planning or human resources information systems. Job roles suited for this qualification include:

• Human Resources Assistant

• Human Resources Officer

• Human Resources Administrator

• Human Resources Coordinator


Course Structure

COURSE SUBJECTS
Certificate IV in Human Resources (BSB41015)
10 subjects
  • Presentation Skills
  • Basic Documents
  • Risk Management 1
  • Effective Leadership
  • HR Functions
  • Manage WHS Operations
  • Industrial Relations Procedures
  • Staff Recruitment
  • Complex Documents
  • Performance Processes

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/Credit Transfer

Students may be eligible to obtain credits for individual modules as a result of experience gained in employment in the relevant business fields or from previous training or education. A fee is payable for assessing your RPL status. Students may also be eligible for credit transfer for relevant units studied at an Australian Registered Training Organisation.

Please check online for our RPL and credit transfer policy

 

Mode of Study

International students: Face-to-face (up to 25% of your course may be delivered online or by distance or online)
Local students: Face-to-face, online, distance, workplace or blended delivery modes are available.

Please refer here for more information.


Sample Timetable

 

MORNING  DAY 1  DAY 2   EVENING DAY 1 DAY 2
07:30 - 09:30  SET^  SET^   14:00 - 16:00  EYES*  ASM# Tutorial   
09:30 - 12:30      Lecture       Lecture   16:00 - 17:00  SET^  SET^
12:30 - 13:30     SET^ SET^   17:00 - 20:00  Lecture    Lecture
14:00 - 16:00     EYES*  ASM# Tutorial    20:00 - 22:00  SET^  SET^

NOTE:

  • Timetables may vary slightly from campus to campus.
    • Sydney City campuses offer both morning and evening timetable options.
    • Bondi, Manly, Brisbane and Melbourne campuses offer day timetable option only.
  • Lectures may be mixed and each student will study a total of 20 timetabled hours per week for each 9 week term they are enrolled in.
  • EYES and ASM tutorials are available at the same time on other days.

*EYES = Enhance Your Employability Skills tutorial.

#ASM = Academic Support Material tutorial.

^SET = Subject Enhancing Tutorial


Assessment

All vocational courses are assessed through a combination of assessment types that may include examinations, essays, reports, group tasks, portfolios and/or presentations.


Entry Requirements

Academic

Successful completion of Australian Year 11 or equivalent at minimum, or Certificate III in a related field.

English Level Required*

Successful completion of 10 weeks of General English at Intermediate level (plus 80% attendance) at APC or at other approved providers or equivalent.

Check your English level here

 

Course Quick Facts



Course Length

4 terms (approximately 12 months)


Start Dates

2017

Term 3: 24 Jul to 24 Sep 
Term 4: 16 Oct to 17 Dec 

2018

Term 1: 05 Feb to 08 Apr
Term 2: 30 Apr to 01 Jul
Term 3: 23 Jul to 23 Sep
Term 4: 15 Oct to 16 Dec


NOTE: Course and campus availability subjects to demand. 
One term = 12 weeks (9 weeks study & 3 weeks course break. 
Please note the Christmas/New Year break is 7 weeks).


Fees

Course fees*: Total: $7,800 ($1,950 per term) 
Workbook fee: Free to download or $5 per subject for hard copy.

Application fees: Student visa holders - $250 Other visas holders - $200 * Promotional fees may be applicable from time to time. Please contact us for further details.