Programme/Approved Electives for 2023/24
Available as a Free Standing Elective
The module considers the role of HR managers by focusing upon the key skill sets that practitioners need to develop and employ. The module offers students an opportunity to develop these skills through classroom activities, reflect upon their personal development and demonstrate their appreciation and acquisition of these key competencies through compiling a study portfolio.
Talis Aspire Reading ListAny reading lists will be provided by the start of the course.http://lists.lib.keele.ac.uk/modules/hrm-40041/lists
The module aims to develop a critical understanding of a range of issues that are central to the Human Resource Management (HRM) profession and the business skills needed by Human Resource (HR) professionals.
Intended Learning Outcomes
demonstrate a critical awareness of own knowledge and skills in relation to the HR profession through reflective practice: 1examine and assess leadership, change management and interpersonal relationships at work: 1demonstrate the use of statistical techniques and analyse statistical data: 1interpret financial information and critically assess the management of financial resources: 1demonstrate a critical awareness of people management skills in relation to workplace procedures: 1
10 hours lectures6 hours tutor-facilitated group work (tutorial preparation)8 hours tutorials10 hours lecture preparation30 hours tutorial preparation40 hours assessment preparation46 hours private study
1: Portfolio weighted 100%
Description of Module Assessment
3,000 word portfolio that captures the learning outcomes of the moduleThe module is assessed via the compilation and submission of an individual portfolio of evidence. The portfolio is based upon a selection of the issues and activities covered during the workshops, including a personal development plan. The portfolio of evidence will utilise appropriate models in conducting the investigation that have been learnt and discussed in the module.