PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS HUMRP-CT Human Resource Management

Program Outline

You must successfully complete nine courses and three workshops to earn a certificate.

First Course of Study:

  • MGMT-1080  Human Resource Management - C/D

Core Courses:

  • HUMR-1017  Compensation - C/D
  • HUMR-1019  Human Behaviour in Organizations - C/D
  • HUMR-1002  Labor Relations- C/D
  • HUMR-1184  Recruitment and Selection - C/D
  • HUMR-1063  Training and Development - C/D

Elective Courses (choose three):

  • MGMT-1003 Assertiveness Training - C
  • HUMR-1007  Payroll and Taxable Benefits - C/D
  • HUMR-1160  Computerized HRM - C
  • HUMR-1000  Collective Bargaining - C
  • HUMR-1022  Employment and Labour Law - C/D
  • HUMR-1839 *Ethical Issues in HRM - D
  • HUMR-1021  *Global HR Issues - D
  • HUMR-1028  *HR Metrics and Analytics - D
  • HUMR-1103  Issues and Trends in HRM - C/D
  • MGMT-1161  Management Principles 1 - C/D
  • SAFE-1000   Occupational Safety and Health - C/ D
  • HUMR-1003  Organization Development - C/D
  • PLAR-1200    RPL Foundation - D
  • HUMR-1058 *Strategic HR Planning - C/D
    *Each 20-hour course qualifies as half an elective course.

    Seminars/Workshops (choose three):

    • SEMR-9130  Indigenous Staffing Strategies - C
    • SEMR-9158  Building Workplace Loyalty - C
    • SEMR-9123  Competency Profiling - C
    • SEMR-9124  Employment Diversity - C
    • SEMR-9120  Employment Equity - D
    • SEMR-9059  Grievance Handling - C/D
    • SEMR-9188  Making Tough Decisions - C
    • SEMR-9003  Managing Young Workers - C/D
    • SEMR-9115  Managing Change - C/D
    • SEMR-9106  Negotiating Skills - C/D

    Legend:

    • C/D - Classroom or Distance Delivery
    • C - Classroom Delivery
    • D - Distance Delivery
    Page produced on 2019-12-07 21:37:30
    Red River College endeavours to provide the most current version of all program and course information on this website. Please be advised that classes may be scheduled between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. The College reserves the right to modify or cancel any course, program, process, or procedure without notice or prejudice. Fees may change without notice.