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CIPD Associate Diploma in People Management Level 5

  • Move up the ladder in your HR career
  • Focus and hone your skills in people management
  • Develop your ability to manage and nurture the workforce 
  • Learn how to implement HR initiatives from a strategic standpoint
  • Course accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Completion leads to CIPD Associate Membership
  • 100% online study with no exams

Rather than simply supporting the HR function in a business and helping with everyday functions like recruitment, drawing up employee contracts, training and dismissals, a HR Manager needs to manage the teams who carry out these tasks, while implementing the people strategies that lead to organisational success. 

This requires you, as a HR Manager, to have a deeper understanding of employee needs and the professional behaviours that will help the business achieve its goals.

To work in mid-level HR roles like a HR Manager, you will need to possess more advanced people management skills so that you can support the workforce in developing their skills and ensure they feel supported in their environment. 

This CIPD Level 5 course enables you to pursue the HR Manager role and other mid-level HR roles such as:

  • People Analyst 
  • Employee Relations Manager 
  • Diversity and Inclusion Specialist 
  • Resourcing Business Partner 
  • Reward and Benefits Manager 
  • Talent Manager

There are various personality traits that make individuals suitable for a management role in HR. You must be confident, comfortable speaking in front of others and communicating your ideas, as well as liaising with business leaders and stakeholders. In addition to this, HR management roles suit those who are very organised, can think ahead and see the bigger picture, are good at overseeing numerous activities and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

A HR management professional must also empathise with those they work with, remain discreet and protect the interests of the workforce. All the while adapting to the evolving needs of the business. 

 

While it is not essential to have a degree in Human Resources (HR) to enter the people profession and climb the ladder, obtaining industry recognised qualifications evidences your ability to perform effectively in senior HR roles. 

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for experts in people at work. By enrolling on the CIPD Level 5 Associate Diploma in People Management, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques required to progress from a HR professional to a HR Manager or move into other mid-level HR roles. 

CIPD qualifications are recognised in many countries across the globe, with the CIPD being the professional body for experts in people at work for more than 100 years. The CIPD is the only professional body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR professionals.

 

Rather than simply supporting the HR function in a business and helping with everyday functions like recruitment, drawing up employee contracts, training and dismissals, a HR Manager needs to manage the teams who carry out these tasks, while implementing the people strategies that lead to organisational success. 

This requires you, as a HR Manager, to have a deeper understanding of employee needs and the professional behaviours that will help the business achieve its goals.

To work in mid-level HR roles like a HR Manager, you will need to possess more advanced people management skills so that you can support the workforce in developing their skills and ensure they feel supported in their environment. 

This CIPD Level 5 course enables you to pursue the HR Manager role and other mid-level HR roles such as:

  • People Analyst 
  • Employee Relations Manager 
  • Diversity and Inclusion Specialist 
  • Resourcing Business Partner 
  • Reward and Benefits Manager 
  • Talent Manager

There are various personality traits that make individuals suitable for a management role in HR. You must be confident, comfortable speaking in front of others and communicating your ideas, as well as liaising with business leaders and stakeholders. In addition to this, HR management roles suit those who are very organised, can think ahead and see the bigger picture, are good at overseeing numerous activities and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

A HR management professional must also empathise with those they work with, remain discreet and protect the interests of the workforce. All the while adapting to the evolving needs of the business. 

 

While it is not essential to have a degree in Human Resources (HR) to enter the people profession and climb the ladder, obtaining industry recognised qualifications evidences your ability to perform effectively in senior HR roles. 

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for experts in people at work. By enrolling on the CIPD Level 5 Associate Diploma in People Management, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques required to progress from a HR professional to a HR Manager or move into other mid-level HR roles. 

CIPD qualifications are recognised in many countries across the globe, with the CIPD being the professional body for experts in people at work for more than 100 years. The CIPD is the only professional body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR professionals.

 

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£31k

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£38k

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£45k
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£38,000 a year

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Take the Next Step in Your HR Career

If you already work as a HR professional, this CIPD Level 5 course will allow you to enhance your skillset and move up the ladder towards a mid-level HR management role.

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Perfect for CIPD Level 3 Graduates

This CIPD Level 5 course is the next level up from the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in People Practice, but you can also study it if you have proven work experience in the HR profession!

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With the course being delivered online, you can study at your own pace and earn your CIPD Level 5 qualification quicker than otherwise possible.

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CIPD Associate Diploma in People Management Level 5

The CIPD Level 5 Associate Diploma in People Management goes into a more detailed exploration of the difference between HR and The People Profession. More specifically, the difference between supporting change in a business and being a person who can help drive it forward thought its people. 

During your engaging online studies, you will explore an array of essential modules to become an effective and efficient HR Manager, from how HR helps businesses achieve strategic objectives to the ways data can be utilised to increase performance. As such, you will develop the knowledge and confidence that positions you to command HR roles with more authority and influence in the decision-making process. 

Overall, you will advance your people management skills, learn how to manage teams, implement strategies, and come away with a more in-depth understanding of employee needs.

 

Unit 1: Organisational Performance and Culture in Practice 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand the connections between organisational structure and strategy 
  • Understand organisational priorities, how to interpret theories and what drives change 
  • Understand how to build diversity and inclusion 
  • Understand how people practice connects and supports wider strategies 

Unit 2: Evidence-Based Practice 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand the methods re-applied to diagnose challenges and opportunities 
  • Understand critical thinking and how different ethical perspectives can influence decisions 
  • Understand the benefits and risks of solutions for improving people practice issues 
  • Understand how to measure the impact people practice makes to organisations 

Unit 3: Professional Behaviours and Valuing People 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand how to champion inclusive and collaborative strategies 
  • Understand how to design and evaluate solutions for positive working relationships 
  • Understand how the role of a people professional is evolving 
  • Understand how to assess your own strengths, weaknesses and development areas 

Unit 4: Employment Relationship Management 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand how to develop practices aimed at supporting better working lives 
  • Understand how to differentiate between employee involvement and participation 
  • Understand emerging trends in conflict, mediation and arbitration 
  • Understand performance, disciplinary and grievance matters 
  • Understand employment law and the types of employee representation 

Unit 5: Talent Management and Workforce Planning 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand labour market trends and their significance for workforce planning 
  • Understand the impact of a changing labour market on resourcing decisions 
  • Understand supporting succession and contingency planning 
  • Understand turnover and retention trends, and how organisations build talent pools 
  • Understand the importance of managing contractual arrangements and onboarding 

Unit 6: Reward for Performance and Contribution 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand the principles of reward and how policies and practices are implemented 
  • Understand how people and organisational performance impacts approaches to reward  
  • Understand how data can be gathered and measured and used in benchmarking 
  • Understand how to develop reward packages and the legislative requirements that impact them 
  • Understand the role of people practice in supporting managers to make reward judgements  

Unit 7: Leadership and Management Development 

On completion of this unit, you will: 

  • Understand the relevance of leadership and management and the knowledge, skills and behaviours required 
  • Understand a range of different learning and development initiatives in developing leaders and managers 
  • Understand the effectiveness of leadership and management development initiatives 

The minute you enrol, you will be provided with 24/7 access to a range of engaging online learning materials. In having round the clock access to our industry-leading digital platform, you have the ability to complete your course materials on your terms. Part of this includes a series of assignments, with one being issued at the end of each unit. 

These assignments will then be submitted for marking by your tutor which provides you with feedback that will help you progress through the remainder of the course. After successfully completing all assignments, you will be issued with the CIPD Level 5 Associate Diploma in People Management. 

 

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