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Diploma of Human Resources Management BSB50615

The Diploma of Human Resources Management BSB50615 course has been superseded by Diploma of Human Resources Management BSB50618. This course is in its transition period.

BSB50615

 

This qualification prepares students to work in a variety of roles within the human resources sector by giving them a sound theoretical knowledge of human resources management and a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resources functions are carried out effectively within their organisation. Typically they would have responsibility for the work of other staff. 

Job titles may include:

• Human Resources Manager 
• Human Resources Change Manager
• Human Resources Consultant
• Human Resources Manager


Course Structure

COURSE SUBJECTS
Diploma of Human Resources (BSB50615)
6 subjects
  • Employee Relations 1 
  • HR Services
  • Workforce Planning
  • Priorities and PD 
  • HR Performance Management
  • WHS and Risk Management

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 Delivery

All vocational courses are delivered face-to-face and with up to one third (⅓) delivered online. For Hospitality courses students must complete mandatory work-placement of 36 shifts being not less than 144 hours in total, with each shift being a minimum of 4 hours. For our Certificate IV in Communicative TESOL, students must complete mandatory placement (practicum) of 12 hours consisting of class observations and teaching.

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 12 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 our sister school, English Unlimited, or at other approved providers or equivalent.

Check your English level here

 


Pathways - For Articulations To:


  • Central Queensland University (CQUniversity)

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    CRICOS Provider No: 00219C

    http://www.cqu.edu.au

    CQUniversity is one of Australia’s most dynamic universities with a rich cultural diversity. Students earn quality degrees and benefit from increased job opportunities. Courses and programs are modelled on teaching and learning excellence, flexibility and personal service. CQUniversity was awarded the 2005 National Exporter of the Year (Education), the second time that CQUniversity won this prestigious national award.

    Pathway Course Number of Credits Approximate Length Credit
    Bachelor of Business (Management) 8 Credits up to 1 year course credit
  • The University of Notre Dame

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    CRICOS Provider No: 01032F

    http://notredame.edu.au

    Notre Dame is a leading Australian university with campuses in Western Australia and in Sydney, New South Wales. It is a distinctive national Catholic university that hosts more than 11,000 students across its three campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney, and its seven clinical schools in New South Wales and Victoria. According to the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, Notre Dame is a leading university in Perth and Sydney with the highest results for the following indicators: Overall Quality of Educational Experience, Student Support, Learner Engagement, Teaching Quality, Graduate Employment Rate and Skills Development (1st in Australia). Notre Dame also achieved 5-star ratings in The Good Universities Guide 2017 for the 10th consecutive year. 

    Pathway Course Number of Credits Approximate Length Credit
    Bachelor of Commerce 200 Credits up to 12 months
    Bachelor of Business Administration 200 Credits up to 12 months
    Bachelor of Marketing and Public Relations 200 Credits up to 12 months
    Bachelor of Human Resources Management 200 Credits up to 12 months
  • University of South Australia (UniSA)

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    CRICOS Provider No: 00121B

    www.unisa.edu.au

    The University of South Australia (UniSA) is the largest university in South Australia with over 36,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students on four urban and two regional campuses. As a prominent provider of international education in the state, the university has close working links with industry, the professions, business and government and offers more professional education programs than any university in South Australia. 

    Pathway Course Number of Credits Approximate Length Credit
    Bachelor of Business (Human Resources Management) 36 Credits up to 1 year
  • University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Sydney campus

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    CRICOS Provider No: 02225M

    http://www.usq.edu.au

    USQ is a dynamic, young University that offers award programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level by on-campus, off-campus or online study. It intends to remain flexible to meet the needs of learners throughout Australia and internationally.

    Pathway Course Number of Credits Approximate Length Credit
    Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Human Resources Management major) 8 Credits up to 1 year course credit
  • Griffith Univeristy

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    CRICOS Provider No: 00233E

    www.griffith.edu.au

    At Griffith, we believe in, strive for and celebrate the remarkable. The remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever. We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. At Griffith, remarkable is the norm. Our teaching and research spans five campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world.

    Pathway Course Number of Credits Approximate Length Credit
    Bachelor of Business 40 Credits up to 6 months course credit

Course Quick Facts



Course Length

2 terms (approximately 6 months)


Start Dates

2018
05 February
30 April
23 July
15 October
2019
04 February
29 April
22 July
14 October


NOTE: Course and campus availability subject 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: $3,900 ($1,950 per term) 
Workbook fee: Free to download or $10 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.

Meet some of our teachers

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HasnainVET Trainer, Project Management/Human Resources/Leadership & Management/Marketing (at APC since 2013)

My philosophy to teaching, learning and career is that success in today's world increasingly depends upon your openness, flexibility and agility in learning continuously. We learn from a range of sources including in the workplaces, from the media and our networks and not just from books and courses. So, I would like for my students to learn how to learn beyond the formal courses they are enrolled in or the assessments they need to do. Rather, they need to conduct lifelong learning and reflection on work, education and experiences to grow in their vocation. My role is to facilitate the development of this attitude and orientation of continuous learning in my students.

Industry Experience
  • Trainer and assessor across marketing, management, HR, project management at APC 2013 onwards
  • Unit convenor of masters unit - Social Media Management at MQ 2016 onwards
  • Marker at Pearson for the subject Global Strategy & Leadership (GSL) of CPA exams 2014 onwards
  • Business owner - Simplogy, Sydney based boutique digital strategy and marketing firm 2009-2014
  • Head of Content Solutions, Yahoo!, Australia 2004-2007
  • Other experience comprise co-founder of start-up knowledgecareer.com acquired in less than one year (2000), product management of e-learning and corporate innovation (2001-2003), graduate trainee to senior executive at India's largest stock exchange - National Stock Exchange (1995-99)
Qualifications
  • Master of Research (MQ) 2015
  • Master of Management (MGSM) 2012
  • Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM AMI) 2013
  • Cert. IV in Training and Assessments (TAA) 2013
  • Foundations in Learning and Teaching (FiLT MQ) 2016

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RekhaVET Trainer, Project Management/Human Resources/Leadership & Management (at APC since 2016)

I am very committed to providing a learning environment that is both exciting and rigorous, and use a variety of methods to encourage discussion and interaction on the topics that a course offers.  I also recognise that I have expertise and real life experiences to share with the students from which they may benefit.

Passion for training comes from my love for the content that I present and challenges experienced as a trainer. Seeing students succeed in their education and developing the necessary skills they need for their future, and preparing them for that, is what drives me. I thoroughly enjoy teaching and making a difference in student’s lives. It is an honour to be in this role.

 

Industry Experience
  • Vocational Trainer and Assessor: from 2010 to current
  • Director & Business Manager (Ayurveda Naturo Care) : from 2010 to current
Qualifications
  • Advanced Diploma of Business
  • Diploma of Project Management
  • Certificate IV in Human Resources
  • Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment