The human resource management certificate is designed for learners who wish to attain human resource analyst or HR management positions in a wide variety of businesses.
This certificate is offered by BYU-Idaho, with
Essential Knowledge and Skills
- Apply psychological principles in workplace settings, including learning, motivation, and development theory.
- Apply interpersonal relationship principles and skills in workplace settings, including self-concept, perception, gender and culture impact, verbal and nonverbal language, listening, self-disclosure, defensiveness, and conflict.
- Describe common human resource issues in a workplace situation and apply appropriate principles, policies, and practices to maximize human capital performance.
- Apply principled negotiation and conflict resolution skills in typical workplace settings.
- Explain legal issues affecting Human Resource Management in a workplace setting.
- Describe common cross-cultural communication, HRM, and leadership issues that emerge in international business, and apply appropriate principles to maximize cross-cultural team performance.
- Human resource managers and specialists
- Recruiting managers and specialist
- Training and development managers and specialists
Why choose this certificate?
Human resources preparation provides you with skills in time management, employee training and development, compensation, workforce planning, culture management, and employee orientation. Additionally, learning acute attention to detail, high levels of tact, and organizational skills are imperative to succeeding in human resources.
BYU-Pathway has found that certain combinations of certificates lead to better job opportunities. Most degrees have a