Recent Student Feedback
Study load is dependent on your existing skills and experience. Typically, to complete within the specified course duration, it is recommended that students commit a minimum of 12 hours towards study per week.
AIM provides a self-paced online study approach for VET qualifications. While this method of learning provides you with a flexible approach that can help integrate your personal and work schedules, it’s important to study consistently to achieve your goals within the course duration. To help you stay on track all participants in AIM courses are provided with an individual training plan.
The BSB50320 Diploma of Human Resource Management qualification uses the myAIM learning platform to provide interactive learning content, support forums, and access to live virtually delivered seminars, drop-in coaching sessions, and assessment workshops, all completely online. Further support is available from assigned trainers via email and by appointment. Additional information about the study materials, course duration, and support are provided to new students via online orientation sessions.
If you have several people wanting to study the BSB50320 Diploma of Human Resource Management, AIM can develop a program for your organisation including contextualising it to your own business or industry.
The course structure for each delivery mode may vary slightly, so please speak with a Senior Training Advisor on 1300 658 337.
Within the AIM assessment model, competency is demonstrated through answering knowledge questions and completing workplace-based practical assessment tasks. These tasks may include the need to utilise workplace-based activities involving others or participation in role plays, which will need to be videoed and submitted as part of the assessment evidence. You may be expected to source and research additional materials as part of your study.
Units of Competency
These units of competency have been developed in consultation with industry experts along with our facilitators who draw upon real-life case studies and examples to ensure the knowledge you gain is practical and applicable to your role.
This table below reflects the core units (C) and pre-selected elective units (E) of this course.
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|Facilitate performance development processes (C) - coordinate and implement individual and group learning and development, provide support to manage performance issues, and develop approaches to improve performance and address identified performance gaps.|
|Manage employee and industrial relations (C) - determine long-term ER objectives, develop implementation and contingency plans for IR policies, and communicate strategies and procedures for eliminating and dealing with grievances and disputes.|
|Coordinate the learning and development of teams and individuals (C) - liaise with training and development specialists, recognise workplace achievement, monitor workplace learning, and report on workplace learning outcomes.|
|Coordinate workforce plan implementation (C) - identify current staff turnover and demographics, labour supply trends, and organisation’s workforce requirements objectives and strategies.|
|Coordinate human resource functions and processes (C) - communicate effectively with various levels of seniority to identify and arrange training support where appropriate, and calculate human resource return on investment within the organisation.|
|Manage business risk (C) - consult and communicate with stakeholders to identify and assess risks, develop and implement an action plan to treat risks, monitor and evaluate the action plan and risk management process, and maintain documentation.|
|Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs (C) - implement and monitor procedures for WHS training, hazard identification, risk control and record keeping.|
|Communicate with influence (E) - present persuasively, negotiate effectively and lead productive meetings.|
|Manage recruitment and onboarding (E) - identify the need for recruitment, prepare and oversee appropriate documentation required, and manage the onboarding process.|
|Coordinate separation and termination processes (E) - communicate effectively with employees to ensure they are aware of their rights and responsibilities, ensure staff have appropriate skill-sets to conduct terminations, and use data from exit interviews for improvement.|
|Coordinate health and wellness programs (E) - collaboratively develop an overall program management plan, prepare policy documents, coordinate required support to relevant stakeholders, and evaluate implementation and incorporate evaluation outcomes into organisational strategies.|
|Lead diversity and inclusion (E) - implement strategies to improve awareness of challenges experienced by individuals from diverse groups in the work team, follow procedures for handling complaints or harassment allegations, and promote the benefits of diversity to others both internally and externally.|
After completion of the BSB50320 Diploma of Human Resource Management you may consider pursuing an Advanced Diploma level qualification or a postgraduate pathway towards a full MBA. AIM offers the Graduate Certificate in Management, Graduate Diploma in Management, and the Masters of Business Administration.
For more information, speak to one of our Senior Training Advisors on 1300 658 337.
To be eligible for enrolment at AIM into the BSB50320 Diploma of Human Resource Management you must either:
• Have completed the following units (or equivalent competencies): BSBHRM411 Administer performance development processes; BSBHRM412 Support employee and industrial relations; BSBHRM415 Coordinate recruitment and onboarding; and BSBHRM417 Support human resource functions and processes. Equivalent competencies are predecessors to these units, which have been mapped as equivalent.
• Have completed Year 12 (or equivalent) or Certificate IV from the BSB Training package, and;
• Have a minimum of two years equivalent full time workplace experience
All applicants must:
- have a minimum of two years equivalent full-time workplace experience
- be 18 years of age or older at the time of enrolment
- be technologically literate and have access to Microsoft Office suite or equivalent
- have continuous internet access
- have access to a workplace
- have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number (you can receive a USI or check if you already have one by visiting www.usi.gov.au/students/get-a-usi)
- have the ability to read and write English and display numeracy skills to at least Year 12 level.
Find out more about the AIM Student Entry Procedure.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of skills and knowledge gained through previous studies, work and life experiences may be used to award competency for Units of Competency within this qualification. Read more on Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer or call 1300 658 337.
Complete the enquiry form below or call 1300 658 337 to learn more about the following payment options and tuition fees.
- Pay upfront for the full cost of your qualification in one easy payment.
- Defer all or part of your tuition fees with flexible payment options through AIM's finance partner, zipMoney.
- Funding options may be available in your state, please contact us for more information.