Human Resources Management Certificate

August 2, 2016
Sample Certificate

Classroom Version

One format is a classroom version held on the Loyola Marymount University campus.

Live Interactive WebEx Version

The other format is closely patterned after the long-term successful classroom version, but instead of holding classes on the campus, classes are conducted through live WebEx webinars. It is as close as possible to being in a traditional classroom, but instead of being on campus you will be in front of your computer engaged in a live class experience. You will have the opportunity of speaking directly to your instructor and your classmates.

If you are wondering about the WebEx webinars which are part of the online version of the course, you can view a recording of a conversation the Program Coordinator had with the course instructor, Jeanette Scott about both the classroom and the live WebEx versions of the course. Please remember that the actual WebEx course is not a recording, but is a live class experience. Click here to view the live stream conversation or go to:

Both Versions

Both versions are 12-class sessions in length with class being held once a week. Each class session is three and a half hours in length. The course provides you with a solid foundational knowledge covering:

  • The importance of the different kinds of business roles (administrative, operational, advocate, strategic) represented within human resources.
  • The challenges (competition, costs, globalization, ethics, workforce planning, an international and diverse workforce, and more) facing today’s human resources professionals.
  • Laws governing workforce practices from recruiting through to when an employee leaves the organization.
  • All aspects of the human resources field:
  • State and federal labor laws
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Performance management
  • Compensation
  • Employee relations
  • Employee Development
  • Harassment
  • Benefits
  • Cost control
  • Reporting
  • Health/safety, and
  • Labor relations and collective bargaining
  • The course syllabus sets the learning culture of the course with the following description and learning outcomes by providing a clear course description and anticipated course learning outcomes.

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