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Human Resource Behavioural Competencies

6 July 2016

This course is presented over three (3) working days.

Booking Closure Date: 2016-06-21

To enhance the learner’s behavioural competencies to act as people-focused Human Resource Practitioner and Manager within the Public Service.

Target Group
This course is aimed at people working in the Public Service domain as Human Resource Practitioners and Managers, as well as line managers with a Human Resource responsibility.

Minimum Requirements for Enrolment

Pre-course work

In preparation for the course learners are required to complete the following actions, prior to attendance of the course.

Action 1: Pre-attendance Activity: Learners are required to complete the Pre-attendance Activity as part of their preparation for the course. The Pre-attendance Activity will sent (e-mailed) to accepted learners two (2) weeks prior to the commencement of the course.

Action 2: Questions: Learners are required to bring their questions and challenges around Human Resource Behavioural Competencies with them to the course as this will assist in relating new knowledge and skills to the workplace.

NOTE: Learners must notify their supervisor/manager in order for him/her to support you on this journey. In so doing they will be able to successfully complete this course and take the learning back to their workplace. To this end the availability of time, resources and an enabling environment will benefit both learners and their department.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course participants should be able to:

Explain the competencies (including values and principles) required of the Human Resource Practitioners and Managers in the Public Service;
Make a personal commitment to have a positive impact as Human Resource Practitioner/Manager in the Public Service;
Deal with others in a way that supports the principles of Batho Pele and Cadre ship; and
Display professional conduct as required from a Human Resource Practitioner and Manager in the Public Service.
This course is non-credit bearing. A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to learners for full participation in the course.

Unit Standard ID Title NQF Level Credits
None HR328 0 0

Assessment Approach
The course follows integrated assessments approach, comprising:

Pre-course Assignment;
Formative Assessment Activities which includes workplace based activities to apply knowledge and skills gained during the course;
No Post Course Assignments / Assessments are required.

This course is presented over three (3) working days.


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