Human Resource Development and Digitization
About the Course
This conversion program aims to foster a critical understanding of globalization processes, policy initiatives, and management plans to support skill development, competitiveness, and human capabilities, including development issues related to eradicating gender inequalities, nurturing human well-being, and maintaining sustainable livelihoods. Trainees will gain a better professional understanding of HRD strategies and development tools to aid in skill and knowledge acquisition for a career in strategic, tactical, and operational areas. Individuals with any professional background in international organizations, public administration, transnational organizations, and private sector companies who have been involved in the HRD, leadership, and capacity planning aspects of organizations in low and middle-income countries will benefit from this program. The program is delivered in English.
This program is intended for graduates that they wish to change career or develop their skills further.
Benefits of Attending
Upon completion of this program, participants will gain the knowledge, the principles, and the technical knowledge required for a career in the industry. Also, this program will help the trainees in becoming Human Resource Management Consultants, Business Analysts, Information Security Consultants, and Human Resource Systems Analysts. This program focuses on talent management, enterprise resource planning, research methodology, and management information systems.
The program consists of:
- Research Methodology
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Management Information Systems
- Resourcing and Talent Development
Learning and Teaching Strategies
The program is delivered using a PBL philosophy through a mixture of classroom teaching, tutorials, online (web-based), workshops, and supervised projects. Assessment of courses is both formative and summative, with a focus on project work. The teaching and learning methods appropriate to this program include a wide range of different strategies to meet the needs of students and depend on the class numbers and tasks involved. These may include, but are not limited to:
- Facilitated Discussions
- Group discussions
- Tasks performed in the classroom
- Online exercises, tutorials, and discussion
- Case Studies
- Grading system: Achievement based
- Completion requirements: more than 60% in every course of the program.
- Attendance: 20% of the total contact hours absence is allowed
The program is of 240 hours that extends over 3 months/ 12 weeks (full time) + 3 months Work Placement.
Graduates with business/ IT backgrounds such as HRM, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Accounting, Finance, etc. Very good command in English language is required.