Human Resource Management
Apply the following courses towards a Human Resources Management certificate or take them as stand-alone classes.
Employee Development & Training
Effective organizations require knowledgeable and skilled employees. These high-performing employees possess the competencies to perform their current roles and responsibilities and as well as a level of competency for career advancement within the organization. This module will introduce you to current learning approaches and talent management strategies for the development of your employees. The content will include an introduction to corporate and individual training needs assessment, “on-boarding” and orientation approaches, succession planning, and training program design. You will leave with a format for your overall corporate training plan.
(40214) 5 Sessions Tues, Thurs 6:30 pm – 9:30pm $275 Starts May 2
HR Policies & Procedures
A policy is a formal statement of a principle or rule that members of an organization must follow. A procedure tells members of an organization how to carry out or implement a policy. Policy is the “what” and procedure is the “how to”. This course will focus on the development of essential human resources guidelines – why do you do it and how to create HR policies and procedures that are useful, practical, and easy to understand. We will also discuss how to best communicate policy to employees
(20346) 5 Sessions Tues, Thurs 6:30 pm – 9:30pm $275 Starts April 11
Handling HR issues
This module will introduce and discuss common situations and issues faced by human resources practitioners. Using real-life case studies at the organization, department, and individual level, you will analyze the situation, discuss the implications, and receive guidance on handling these situations.
Abbotsford — Clearbrook Centre
(40087) 5 sessions, Tue, Thu, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Leanne Woelke $275. Starts Jun 22
Managing Employee Performance
This course will provide you with the key elements for designing and implementing an effective performance management
process within your organization. The content will include the evaluation of your current performance review process, the
identification of required changes for more effective employee performance measurement, performance feedback, the design of a performance appraisal form that can be immediately applied within your organization, advice on handling performance
issues, and the foundational elements for conducting annual performance reviews.
Chilliwack – Canada Education Park
(20119) 5 sessions, Mon, Wed, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Leanne Woelke $275. Starts Apr 3, no class April 17
Measuring HR’s Impact
Measuring the effectiveness and efficiency of the human resources (HR) function is one of the best ways to increase HR’s
relevance to the company and prove the business impact of proposed HR initiatives or programs. This course introduces a
common set of HR metrics, including formulas and descriptions. You will review the list and identify those metrics that best fit
your organization. You will also learn the benefits of comparing your company metrics to external benchmarking data.
Chilliwack — Canada Education Park
(40088) 1 session, Sat, 9 am – 3 pm, Rita Newbold $105. Jun 3
This module introduces participants to the topic of leadership, builds understanding of the difference between leading and
managing, and examines the most current theories of key leadership practices. Individuals will examine their personal
leadership style and its potential impact on how they lead the–––HR function within their organization.
Abbotsford — Clearbrook Centre
(40168) 5 sessions, Tue, Thu, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Leanne Woelke $275. Starts May 23
To view the Human Resource Management program, please visit: Human Resource Management Program
Last updated April 2017