Human Resource Managers
Human Resource Managers plan, organise, direct, control and coordinate the human resource and workplace relations activities within organisations.
The number of Human Resource Managers working in Australia is expected to increase by 12.5% by 2019
85.7% of Human Resource Managers have gained a qualification at a Diploma level or above
Most Important skills for a Human Resource Manager
- Giving full attention to what others are saying
Key Statistics for Human Resource Managers
56% are female
89% work full-time
How do I become a Human Resource Manager?
Entry level Human Resource courses generally don’t carry any pre-requisites. However some courses require the candidate to have adequate language and computer skills.
Certificate III in Business(Human Resources)
Certificate IV in Human Resources
Top Human Resources Courses
Progress your career
If you are looking to take the next step in your Human Resource career, look to a Diploma or Bachelor Degree. Diplomas can be used as a pathway program if you aren’t ready to step straight into a Bachelor.
Diploma of Human Resources
Master of Employment Relations
Human Resources Courses
Check out all of the Human Resources courses and discover the perfect direction for you.More