BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management

Persons who are already managing: human resources, recruitment and induction processes, workforce planning, employee relations etc., this Diploma is for you.

BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management

Packaging Rules

  • Total Number of Units = 9
  • This Qualification has no core units
  • 6 Core units, plus 3 Elective units must be selected, of which:
    • at least 2 units must be from the elective units listed.
    • if not listed below, 1 units may be from endorsed Training Package or accredited course at Certificate IV level or above.

Diploma of Human Resources Management

Unit CodeUnit TitleGroup
Unit Code:
BSBHRM501
Unit Title:
Manage human resources services
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBHRM506
Unit Title:
Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBHRM512
Unit Title:
Develop and manage performance-management processes
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBHRM513
Unit Title:
Manage workforce planning
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBWRK510
Unit Title:
Manage employee relations
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBWHS401
Unit Title:
Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
Group:
core
Unit Code:
BSBFIM502
Unit Title:
Manage Payroll
Group:
Elective
Unit Code:
BSBSUS501
Unit Title:
Manage workplace policy and procedures for Sustainability
Group:
Elective
Unit Code:
BSBPMG522
Unit Title:
Undertake Project Work
Group:
Elective

  • You must have as a minimum at least 2-5 years recent work-related experience that is specific to the units being assessed.
  • You must be able to provide referees who can verify their work-related experiences
  • You must be able to access and provide genuine evidence of their skills, associated workplace documentation and work-related experiences
  • You must meet with minimum Foundation Skills requirements for the Qualification they are seeking.

The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process is a summative, assessment only pathway for an individual to achieve qualifications.It assesses the competencies acquired by an individual during their working life through formal, non-formal and informal learning. The process is detailed in this guide from pre- enrolled through to final assessment.

Pre-Enrolment

Prior to any decision being taken regarding an application for RPL or enrolment in a course a potential candidate will be provided with an RPL information Brochure, undertake a self assessment evaluation and participate in an initial consultation.

Information Provision

Appropriate information about recognition of prior learning should have been provided to a potential candidate, this information should include details about:

  • the benefits, eligibility and requirements of RPL
  • the RPL process including costs, time and resources involved
  • details of the self-assessment
  • any information required for the initial consultation
  • how to apply for RPL
  • contact details for further information

information about RPL is not an RPL process guide, which is normally provided after enrolment.