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									Which HR course is right
for you?
What HR courses do AIM offer?                                                               Engaging and Retaining Employees, is suited to a middle or line manager, a
                                                                                            frontline supervisor, a new HR staff member or a small business owner who
AIM offers five short courses in HR Management. There are three general                     wishes to learn more about their role in motivating and retaining staff.
courses, Human Resource Management, HR Fundamentals and Engaging and                        Attendees will gain an insight into how to build employees engagement and
Retaining Employees and two more specific courses, Appraising and Managing                  strategies to assist in making staff feel valued, as well as practice skills in
Performance, and Recruitment and Selection for Managers,which as their                      motivating their staff.
names suggest provide more detailed knowledge of these specific activities.
Other courses which cover related topics include the People Management
courses, especially Managing, Leading and Developing People and The New
Manager
                                                                                            What if I require more specialised knowledge?
                                                                                            As might be expected, the remaining two courses provide more detail on the
                                                                                            specific topic areas of Appraising and Managing Performance and Recruitment
                                                                                            and Selection for Managers. While senior managers may find them useful to
Which course is right for me?                                                               understand the issues their organisations are facing, they are probably more
HR Fundamentals is suited to a middle or line manager, a frontline supervisor, a            appropriate to middle and line managers, front line supervisors and small
new HR staff member or a small business owner who wishes to understand                      business owners who actually have to take responsibility for implementation in
their roles and responsibilities in respect to HR. It includes topics such as legal         these areas.
obligations in terms of recruitment, workers compensation, termination and                  Appraising and Managing Performance is a two day course which provides an
OH&S as well as how policies and procedures should be used. Its content                     overview of the issues in developing and implementing an effective
complements Human Resource Management as it covers the day-to-day issues                    performance management system. Topics covered include linking the system to
which need to be addressed.                                                                 organisational objectives, the performance review process and managing
Human Resource Management is a more strategic course, focussed on how HR                    diminished performance.
fits into the overall business strategy. It includes a session on both recruitment          Recruitment and Selection for Managers covers the key considerations in
planning and performance management, as is covered in more detail in                        finding the right person for a role. Topics covered include: job specifications,
Recruitment and Selection for Managers and Appraising and Managing                          legislation, recruitment methods, testing and selecting applicant.
Performance but looks at these areas from a higher level in terms of what
they’re trying to achieve, as opposed to specific skills. It is more suited to a
senior manager, CEO or small business owner looking for a more strategic view
of HR or experienced middle managers looking to take a more strategic view of
the organisation. It is a longer course, and can be used towards a Graduate
Certificate or Graduate Diploma (subject to entry requirements) and offers
greater depth of insight for those needing to take a strategic approach to HR.


 Course                     Duration               Suitable for                             Content

 Human Resource             4 days (1 day a        Middle and Senior Managers               Using HR management and strategies to translate business goals into realities.
 Management                 week for 4 weeks)      and small business owners.               Topics include HR strategy, workforce planning, staffing strategies, managing and
                                                   HR Professionals                         developing talent and the HR plan.

 HR Fundamentals            2 days                 Staff at all levels, including line      An overview of the rules and responsibilities which organisations have in terms
                                                   managers, HR co-ordinators and           of HR. It includes legal obligations related to recruitment, workers compensation,
                                                   small business owners                    termination, OH&S and IR.

 Engaging and               2 days                 Frontline supervisors, line              Research into employee engagement and challenges in retention and
 Retaining Employees                               managers, a new HR staff member          engagement; Strategies for manager to engage and motivate their teams
                                                   or a small business owner

 Appraising                 2 days                 Frontline supervisors, line managers     An overview of the issues in developing and implementing an effective
 and Managing                                      and HR managers                          performance management system. Topics covered include linking the system
 Performance                                                                                to organisational objectives, the performance review process and managing
                                                                                            diminished performance.

 Recruitment and            2 days                 Line managers, supervisors and           An overview of the key considerations in finding the right person for a role.
 Selection for Managers                            small business owners responsible        Topics covered include: job specifications, legislation, recruitment methods,
                                                   for recruitment. HR staff with limited   testing and selecting applicants.
                                                   exposure to recruitment

For more information on any of the short courses and qualifications that AIM offer please call 9534 8181 or visit aimvic.com.au/coursedirectory




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Management House 181 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182
T +61 3 9534 8181 F +61 3 9534 5050
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