Certified Associate in Human Resource Management (CAHRM)

Course Overview/Definition:

The professional who leads the organization in areas like Development , strategy,Business goals and Talent management. The main duties of an HR will be documentation of terminations, appointment's, absences, performance etc which comes under administration. Beyond administration they are involved in hiring ,recruiting and training new employees.

Certified Associate in Human Resource Management (CAHRM) is the first level certification for HR professionals who are seeking to enter in to HR career. This certification will provide the fundamental knowledge about HR management

Exam Format

  • Multiple choice
  • 40 questions per paper
  • Time duration: 60 minutes
  • Closed book

Pre-requisuite

There is no pre-requisite

Validity

Lifelong valid

Target Audience

This certification is suitable for professionals working in the areas of

  • Individual who are interested to acquire knowledge in basics of HR Management
  • HR manager
  • HR executive
  • Employment ,Recruitment and Placement manager
  • Training and Development manager
  • Labour Relation specialist
  • Executive Recruiter

Course Outline

The Certified Associate in Human Resource Management Certification course covers as follows

1. Introduction to Human Resource Management

  • Organizational Structure
  • Roles
  • Functions
  • Process
  • Policies
  • Governance
  • Compliance

2. Strategic HR Processes

  • PDCA
  • Business Management & Strategy/li>
  • Strategic HR Planning
  • Workforce Planning & Employment
  • Controlling & Reporting
  • Policies

3. Core HR Processes

  • Talent Acquisition
  • Training & Development
  • Competence Management
  • Succession Planning
  • Compensation & Benefits
  • Payroll
  • Performance

4. HR Support Processes

  • HR Administration
  • Employee Relations and Engagement
  • HR Operations
  • Training & Event Management

5. HRIS and Enterprise Applications

  • Data and Information Security Management
  • Compliance
  • Risk Management

6. Performance and Continual Improvement

  • Reviews and meetings
  • KPI and metrics
  • 5 step improvement process