The Certificate in Human Resource Management requires the completion of 5 units successfully. After successful completion of CHRM, students can articulate into a Diploma in Human Resource Management.

Code     Unit Name
1002     Business Communication
1003     Microsoft Office Training
1012     Basic Accounting
1015     Principles of HR Management
1011     Organisational Behavior

Business Communication

Business Communication

Descriptions:

This the subject provides students with the main focus on understanding what communication is and its significance in the workplace. The main purpose of taking this particular unit is to be a very good communicator in the workplace. The students can be very good in their specialized field of study but if they don’t acquire the necessary skills of communication then they will not understand its significance in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes:

After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

  • Understand the important aspects, concepts, and principles in the accounting  area
  • Describe the importance of accounting in business
  • Explain and use the accounting equation in basic financial analysis and explain how the equation is related to the financial statements
  • Explain fundamental accounting concepts, the elements of financial statements, and basic accounting vocabulary
  • Define and distinguish between cash basis and accrual basis accounting and the impact of each on the financial statements
  • Explain the application of double-entry accounting rules
  • Explain and operate the imprest system for petty cash


Microsoft Office Training

Microsoft Office Training

Descriptions:
This course offers a unique, orientation that gives students a basic understanding of computers. Computer Essentials and Applications encourage active learning with exercises, explorations, and numbered steps. While combining the active learning style with current topics and technology, this course provides an accurate snapshot of computer trends.

Learning Outcomes:

After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

  • Understanding on Microsoft office 2007
  • Apply  tools to learning  Microsoft Word  to create documents
  • Create, save and print a word-processed document
  • Create formulas to add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Sort data according to specific criteria
  • Use the Concatenate function to join data in two cells
  • Explore the PowerPoint 2007 interface and familiarize yourself with the interface
  • Prepare to deliver a presentation
  • Modify graphical objects on slides
  • Add graphical objects to a presentation

Basic Accounting

Basic Accounting

Descriptions:
This subject provides students with Basic Accounting knowledge is one of the foundation courses taken in the Certificate in Accounting, Business, Human Resource Management, and Sales programs offered here at ITI. The subject covers the fundamental aspects of accounting that students need to know as a prerequisite to studying other major courses in the field of accounting. The general purpose of this Basic Accounting subject is to give students the fundamental basic knowledge of accounting which serves as the foundation of understanding other broader disciplines in accounting.

Learning Outcomes:   
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

  • Understand the important aspects, concepts, and principles in the accounting  area
  • Describe the importance of accounting in business
  • Explain and use the accounting equation in basic financial analysis and explain how the equation is related to the financial statements
  • Explain fundamental accounting concepts, the elements of financial statements, and basic accounting vocabulary
  • Define and distinguish between cash basis and accrual basis accounting and the impact of each on the financial statements
  • Explain the application of double-entry accounting rules
  • Explain and operate the imprest system for petty cash

Principles of HR Management

Principles of HR Management

Descriptions:
This subject provides students with designed for participants who have not sat through a formal human resource management class before and are new to the subject of Human Resource Management. The course aims to equip potential HRM practitioners and managers with the foundation knowledge of managing employees in an organization and managing an organization thus establishing an effective and efficient employee-employer relationship with the organization.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

  • Understand the important aspects, concepts, and principles in the subject area
  • Explain the rationality of the concepts and their relative importance in HRM
  • Analysing the applications of concepts and principles in an HRM
  • Diagnosing a business environment with the concepts and principles
  • Identifying issues and problems related to the contents of the subject area
  • Researching for alternatives to resolve the issues and problems
  • Design and develop appropriate plans to resolve the problems identified

Organisational Behaviour

Organisational Behaviour

Descriptions:
Organizational behavior (often abbreviated as OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within organizations, for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an organization’s effectiveness. That’s a mouthful so let’s break it down. Organizational behavior is a field of study, meaning that it is a distinct area of expertise with a common body of knowledge.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

  • Define Organizational Behaviour (OB)
  • Understand how to shape the behavior of others
  • Explain human perception
  • Explain how the contemporary theories of motivation complement each other
  • Understanding of organizational culture and changes in culture
  • Identify organizational changes and developments
  • Identify the impact that attitudes, moods, emotions, and values have on operations in terms of relationships between managers and others