The Dip. in Human Resource Management requires the completion of 10 units successfully.

Semester One:
Code     Unit Name
2041     Business Writing
2042     Office Application
2034     Human Resource Law in PNG
1001     Accounting I
2027     Introduction to Psychology

Semester Two:
Code     Unit Name
2032     Leading & Managing People
2033     Strategic HR Management
2035     Contemporary Issues in HRM
2036     International HRM
2037     HR Development



Business Writing

Business Writing

Description:       
This the unit will mainly stress the written part of communication. Someone can be very good in speaking a good language or passing a message effectively through spoken words but if he cannot put his great ideas and information into logical order in written form then there will be a great chance of poor understanding that may exist among students or employees.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understand the characteristics that work together to make writing effective
2.    Apply appropriate techniques for building these characteristics into your own writing
3.    To understand how to conduct a survey
4.    Identify the structure of the essay
5.    Understand the features and criteria’s of a good essay
6.    Identify some top tips of writing a good essay
7.    identify reader and purpose
8.    Determine the sources of information
9.    To identify the unique functions of the memorandum and how it should be used to communicate in organization.
10.    Source and reference online information gathered from the world wide web




Office Application

Office Application

Description:       
This the course is written in an easy – to – read and jargon – freestyle. We have used a lot of images, tables, bulleted list, etc. to make the reading and comprehension easier, and also to illustrate, familiarize, and demonstrate the capabilities, benefits, and limitations of Office Applications. We have used cartoon characters to make the figures interesting and easy to remember. But when you are appearing for the examinations, you should replace the cartoon characters with suitable geometrical shapes. Application Series offers a step – by step approach to learning Office Applications and is available in both brief and introductory versions. The introductory book MSO is version 2010 (format) certifies and prepare students for the Microsoft Office Applications Specialist.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understanding on Microsoft office 2010
2.    Apply  tools to learning  Microsoft Word  to create documents
3.    Create, save and print a word-processed document
4.    Create formulas to add, subtract, multiply, divide
5.    Sort data according to specific criteria
6.    Use the Concatenate function to join data in two cells
7.    Explore the PowerPoint 2010 interface and familiarize yourself with the interface
8.    Prepare to deliver a presentation
9.    Modify graphical objects on slides
10.    Add graphical objects to a presentation



Human Resource Law in PNG

Human Resource Law in PNG

Description:       
This the subject provides students with Human Resources Management or managing employee-employers relationships require a fair understanding of employment laws, nationally or internationally, so as not to breach any employment contract within the organization, which may result in a lawsuit. This chapter presents a general understanding of HRM and the law, some legal obligations in employment law identify areas considered for employee recruitment and selection, dues process is terminating employees and some common grounds of termination employees.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understand the significance of HRM and the law
2.    Identify sources of legal obligations in employment law
3.    Identify areas considered for employee recruitment and selection
4.    Understand three categories of terminating employees
5.    Point out some common grounds of terminating employees
6.    Explain how the three branches of government regulate human resources management
7.    Identify aspects of making an employment contract



Accounting I

Accounting I

Description:      
Accounting 1 is one of the fundamental courses taken in the Diploma in Accounting, Management and Marketing programs offered here at ITI. In this course, the students will study how to apply the knowledge that they gained in the Basic Accounting and it will help them to study furthermore in the accounting field. The general purpose of this course is to give students the practical knowledge in accounting that they must need to know in accounting.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Define  accounting entry system
2.    Explain the double-entry effects of business transactions upon the Accounting Equation.
3.    Describe the process of recording transactions from source documents to journals.
4.    Identify the components of a ledger account
5.    Define simple column, two-column, and three-column Cash Books
6.    Explain how the balance from ledger account is posted to the trial balance
7.    Explain the function of trading and profit and loss account and balance sheet.



Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology

Description:

The the course particularly is designed to address the needs of today’s students who may work full or part-time: who may be juggling their education, their families, and their jobs; who may be returning to school in search of a career change; or who are in a specific career-oriented program. I have taken great care to ensure students have an opportunity to explore why psychology is relevant to everyone no matter what their background is and no matter what their area of study maybe.

Introduction to Psychology is a course that motivates the student to understand, learn, and apply psychology in the context of their present and future careers. The course is designed to expose readers to the content—and promise—of psychology, and to do so in a way that will nurture students’ excitement about psychology and keep their enthusiasm alive for a lifetime.

Learning Outcomes       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Define psychology
2.    Identify the branches of psychology
3.    Identify the various methods in psychology
4.    Explain the biological bases of psychology
5.    Describe how the brain functions
6.    Identify the three phases of memory
7.    Describe how the failure of encoding and retrieval are involved in forgetting


Leading & Managing People

Leading & Managing People

Description:      
This the course is designed for students who are taking a Diploma in Human Resource Management it complements people skills/expertise turn into productive/tangible output.

The course itself focuses on the general management concepts, theories & applications smart managers do with the available resource that the firm has while  making prudent decisions to achieve their short/long term goals & objectives in the firm.  It also focuses mainly on the human capital being the forefront in changing in the competitive the business world is the pillar in the new global landscape.    The sole reason for the existence of a firm is to fully utilize people as well its resource so that organizations can deliver quality output at the market in this competitive business world. It is the people who are leading the other people and looking after them that makes the difference when their expertise are being realized. The aim of this course, therefore, is to equip students with the appropriate skills and knowledge needed to aggressively represent their firms in educating clients and employees to make well educated and informed decisions that brings value to both employees and the firm.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understand well the core functions of management & how the nature of management varies at different levels
2.    Define human relations, importance & the challenges of human relations in today’s workplace while applying the traits of effective human relations
3.    Identify the qualities of leaders & their potentials while applying their different influencing skills
4.    Understand the importance of communication
5.    Identify the different types of assistance provided by managers
6.    Differentiate the different motivational theories suggested by different scholars



Strategic HR Management

Strategic HR Management

Description:
The primary emphasis of this course is the strategic approach in the management of human resources in organizations. A central theme throughout this course is the contribution of Human Resource Management (HRM) to the efficiency and productivity of Organizations. The course delivery will balance theoretical developments in HRM with practical and strategic considerations of the management of diverse people in the workplace and its surrounding environment. Hence, the book's entire content is focused on the HR key Practices within the organization.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Develop useful procedures for researching HRM issues with organizations
2.    Explain the strategic importance of HR planning for alignment and change
3.    Identify & describe appropriate recruitment and selection techniques
4.    Discuss how training and development can contribute to companies’ business strategy
5.    Identify & describe appropriate approaches to performance management
6.    Gain an understanding of ways organizations can assist individuals in pursuing their career goals
7.    To define the organizational reward system and to develop an understanding of its importance



Contemporary Issues in HRM

Contemporary Issues in HRM

Description:       
The aim of this course is to provide an overview and analysis of the diverse and complex range of issues currently confronting the field of human resource management. Adopting a critical approach by integrating the theories of HRM is crucial in a dynamic working environment confronting organizations today. Contemporary Issues in HRM is designed to provide the reader with functional knowledge and appreciation of current human resource management (HRM) issues. The course highlights the challenges for HR professionals who are increasingly expected to provide leadership in the management of employees as a key source of organizational competitive advantage.

Learning Outcomes:      
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understand the important aspects, concepts, and principles in the subject area
2.    Explain the rationality of the concepts and their relative importance in business
3.    Analysing the applications of concepts and principles in a business
4.    Diagnosing a business environment with the concepts and principles
5.    Identifying issues and problems related to the contents of the subject area
6.    Researching for alternatives to resolve the issues and problems
7.    Design and develop appropriate plans to resolve the problems identified



International HRM

International HRM

Description:       
This course is modified and restructured to accommodate the new structure put in place by the management of the International Training Institute (ITI). It has been designed to essentially complement management and Strategic Human Resource Management. It further develops the conceptual, communication and critical analysis skills acquired in these courses. International Human Resource Management course is essential for those students wishing to pursue their career and major within the field of Human Resource Management. The course focuses primarily on the “Challenges, Concepts, Frameworks,” that sets the stage for The Global Challenge by reminding the potential business students from the historical context, tracing how the domain of international human resources have evolved.

Learning Outcomes       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Understand the strategic approach in Managing Human Resources in a Changing Environment
2.    Identify the impact of globalization and the opportunities and challenges it creates for managers
3.    Identify the options for entering international markets
4.    Define and understand the multinational company (International Business)
5.    Understand the Challenges of International Human Resource Management
6.    Understand three ways in which HRM contribute to the performance of international firms



HR Development

HR Development

Description:
The course is designed to develop and equip students with the basic and general knowledge of human resource development in organizations. The course is very helpful as in any organization the statement that encompasses growth and profitability is that an organization is as good as its workers. Part of its design is to equip students on how to meet the HR development needs and how that impacts the organization as a whole in terms of how employees can cope with change. It centers on employee training which delivers job competency which leads to job performance.

Learning Outcomes:       
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1.    Identify the major HRD functions
2.    Understand how HRD is linked to the goals and strategies of an organization
3.    Explain the use of performance appraisal systems
4.    Discuss how training can contribute to companies’ business strategy
5.    Explain the relationship between continuous learning, managing change, and career planning and development
6.    Differentiate between Internal and External Mobility
7.    Describe the forces that act to stimulate change