Human resource issues impact every organisation in some way. That’s why it’s important to understand the fundamental issues surrounding HR today. Employing and managing the right people is critical to the growth and sustainability of every organisation. With our qualification in in Human Resource Management, you can make a difference and contribute to HR solutions across any industry.
Our HRM course is recognised on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) as a level 7 qualification. SCQF is one of the national qualifications frameworks in the UK. In order to be on the SCQF, IQN diploma has gone through a rigorous, quality assured process of ‘credit rating’. The diploma is referenced as a level 5 qualification in the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
Qualification Objective Assessment
The HRM Level 4 is a higher qualification in HR Management. It will enable apprentices to develop knowledge and skills in human resource management, while being employed and earning a salary. Employers will have a chance to expand their human resource function and better support their most valuable asset: their people. Upon completion, they will receive a certificate to confirm they have completed the HRM Level 4.
Total Qualification Time
Total qualification time (TQT) is the number of hours it is estimated that a candidate will take to complete a qualification from start to finish and includes guided learning hours, self-study, preparation and assessment.
Candidates are assessed via a range of assessment methods to ensure that all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria are met in a way that enhances their learning experience. The assessments will allow candidates to demonstrate a clear grasp of the concepts and their ability to link theory to practice and to communicate clearly in the HR field at the appropriate level. Although a variety of assessment methods may be used, the demands made on candidates within and between centres must be comparable to ensure consistency of assessment. All unit assessment criteria are summatively assessed. Formative assessment is also encouraged within each unit.
Assessment methods may include:
- Presentations /reports
- Case studies
- Integrated work activities
- Time constrained tests