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CIPD Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3

  • Qualify as an HR professional, with no prior experience required
  • Course accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Gain a qualification that is recognised across the world
  • Learn how to effectively manage and develop a workforce
  • Explore how to implement strategy that benefits everyone
  • Achieve the qualification without having to take an exam

An HR professional, also commonly known as a people professional, has a range of roles and responsibilities based on the level of their status. Essentially, and individual working in HR (Human Resources) will handle recruiting, interviewing, workplace disputes, payroll, employee contracts, training, benefits, relations between employer and employee, and more. 

The role of an HR professional has developed over the years, with plenty more focus being on supporting and developing the professional lives of a workforce. There is specific emphasis on implementing strategy that benefits all areas of a business. 

Individuals working in this sector will need to understand the goals of the business and help employees work towards this collective target while also developing their own careers.  

There are various personality traits that make individuals suitable for a role in HR. If you are very organised, communicate effectively both verbally and non-verbally, and are able to multi-task, then Human Resources could be the perfect fit. 

An HR professional also needs to be able to negotiate well, be cooperative, empathise and be discrete so that you can protect the opinions of the workers you are assisting. It is important to have a level of empathy during the role, and every HR professional needs be open to tackling various challenges along the way. 

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for experts in people at work. Anyone interested in becoming an HR professional does not necessarily need a degree, but they should study an accredited course. 

By enrolling on the Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3 CIPD, aspiring HR professionals will gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques they need to break into the HR and Learning & Development industries. With this qualification, they can apply for entry-level roles. 

CIPD qualifications are recognised in many countries across the globe and has been the professional body for more than 100 years. It is the only body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR professionals. 

An HR professional, also commonly known as a people professional, has a range of roles and responsibilities based on the level of their status. Essentially, and individual working in HR (Human Resources) will handle recruiting, interviewing, workplace disputes, payroll, employee contracts, training, benefits, relations between employer and employee, and more. 

The role of an HR professional has developed over the years, with plenty more focus being on supporting and developing the professional lives of a workforce. There is specific emphasis on implementing strategy that benefits all areas of a business. 

Individuals working in this sector will need to understand the goals of the business and help employees work towards this collective target while also developing their own careers.  

There are various personality traits that make individuals suitable for a role in HR. If you are very organised, communicate effectively both verbally and non-verbally, and are able to multi-task, then Human Resources could be the perfect fit. 

An HR professional also needs to be able to negotiate well, be cooperative, empathise and be discrete so that you can protect the opinions of the workers you are assisting. It is important to have a level of empathy during the role, and every HR professional needs be open to tackling various challenges along the way. 

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for experts in people at work. Anyone interested in becoming an HR professional does not necessarily need a degree, but they should study an accredited course. 

By enrolling on the Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3 CIPD, aspiring HR professionals will gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques they need to break into the HR and Learning & Development industries. With this qualification, they can apply for entry-level roles. 

CIPD qualifications are recognised in many countries across the globe and has been the professional body for more than 100 years. It is the only body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR professionals. 

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Entry Level Salary

£24k

Average Level Salary

£34k

Experienced Level Salary

£65k
£34k You can earn
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£34,000 a year

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Develop Universally Recognised Skills

The Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3 CIPD contains teachings that are globally recognised. Upon completion of the course, you are not only eligible for entry-level roles in the UK, but also positions overseas.

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No Experience Necessary!

Learners do not require previous HR experience to enrol on this course as it is at Foundation level. It will present you with everything you need to know to kickstart your career.

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Qualify within One Year

With the course being delivered online, learners can study at their own pace, earning their CIPD Level 3 qualification in less than 12 months.

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You can begin studying your online course from the comfort of your own home today from as little as £29.99.

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CIPD Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3

This CIPD accredited course focuses on the fundamentals of people practice, covering a range of topics that teach aspiring HR professionals how to manage a workforce and help them thrive. You will learn how to put measures in place that allow employees to develop and enhance their professional lives. 

The course will shape you into a knowledgeable HR professional, providing essential information about the best way to recruit desirable candidates and how external influences can affect a business. 

Once you have completed the course, you will be qualified to apply for entry-level roles, giving you the perfect platform to move up the ladder in HR. 

 

Unit 1: Business, Culture and Change in Context  

On completion of this unit you will:  

  • Understand the external influences that impact businesses, including goal setting  
  • Understand how to define workplace culture and how people’s behaviour shapes it  
  • Understand how organisations are whole systems and how your actions affect others  
  • Understand how people learn, adapt and develop in different ways  
  • Understand how people professionals impact people, and best to manage change  

Unit 2: Principles of Analytics  

On completion of this unit you will:  

  • Understand how evidence-based practice informs outcomes  
  • Understand how to use data to inform decision making and interpret financial information  
  • Understand the concept of creating value for both customers and stakeholders  
  • Understand the role of analytics and other technology in enhancing working practices  

Unit 3: Core Behaviours for People Professionals  

On completion of this unit you will:  

  • Understand how to develop insight into different approaches using ethical principles  
  • Understand ethical values and how to contextualise them within your work  
  • Understand how to rectify issues and contribute opinions in a respectful and inclusive manner  
  • Understand ways to recognise and accept your own mistakes and show empathy to others  
  • Understand how to reflect to consolidate and improve your knowledge, skills and experience  

Unit 4: Essentials of People Practice  

On completion of this unit you will:  

  • Understand effective recruitment of individuals through the assessment of employee lifecycles  
  • Understand different recruitment methods that support your application of skills  
  • Understand ways of preparing material for job roles and how to attract candidates  
  • Understand how to shortlist candidates, hold interviews and the associated follow-up actions  
  • Understand diversity and inclusion in recruitment, employee relationships, and performance

As soon as you enrol on the course, you will be given 24/7 access to a range of online learning materials. With access to our industry-leading digital platform, you will be able to complete a series of assignments, with one being issued at the end of each unit. 

These assignments need to be submitted for marking by your tutor and you will receive feedback to help you progress through the course. Once you have successfully completed the assignments, you will be issued with the Foundation Certificate in People Practice Level 3 CIPD. 

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