What is the CIPD?
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for those involved in the management and development of people. With 135,000 members, it is the largest and most influential organisation for anyone involved in human resources management, training and development.
Workplace Law Human Resources is approved to offer programmes under the CIPD qualifications framework.
What CIPD courses are available?
The CIPD offers three levels of qualifications – Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. We currently run courses which fall under the Foundation and Intermediate categories.
CIPD courses from Workplace Law
We currently run three CIPD courses under the CIPD-accredited foundation level programme:
Both the CIPD Certificate courses are taught on a fast-track basis of approximately 20 weeks; the Diploma is taught over 25 weeks. Study is via a combination of classroom contact and web-based e-learning.
We teach the Intermediate Award in Employment Law, a four-day classroom course accredited by the CIPD which forms part of its intermediate level qualifications framework (equivalent to NVQ/SVQ Level 5). The Award provides students with a comprehensive introduction to employment law and practice for busy managers.
Students of the Foundation Certificates or Diploma are required to gain student membership of the CIPD. These courses will also provide you with the knowledge required for the Associate professional level of membership. Contact the CIPD for further details on upgrading after your course.
Workplace Law Human Resources
Workplace Law Human Resources runs courses throughout the UK for a wide range of clients, both in the public and private sectors. Our team of highly qualified trainers and consultants all have practical experience in the workplace as well as sound legal knowledge. We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional teaching style.
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For more information on our CIPD courses call us today on 0871 777 8881, quoting ref. 3473.