This short course will develop your essential research and enquiry skills, enabling you to use HR data to present a viable and realistic business case for improvement.
You'll learn to identify appropriate data sources to support an investigation into an area of HR practice, to synthesise and apply this data, and to evaluate the role of HR in business and strategy formulation and implementation.
The course consists of one module from the CIPD Level 5 Diploma taken as a standalone qualification.
To study this CIPD Intermediate Level 5 course, you should generally have at least one of the following:
If English is your second language, we recommend you have an IELTS 6.5/ESOL Level 2 or equivalent, but we're happy to review your case on an individual basis.
Your course and assignment are fully online.
You'll learn to:
On completion of this course, you'll achieve a CIPD Level 5 Intermediate Award in Human Resources, and your certificate from CIPD will reflect this.
The subject you studied will be specified on your attached transcript.
Please note that this Award won't qualify you for CIPD associate membership.
‘The course is really interactive. I feel extremely confident in the tutors' knowledge and love that I can call or email them questions, no matter how small. My studying has helped in more ways than I could imagine!’
- Megan Florey
‘I chose ICS Learn for the flexibility. I’m able to work at my own pace at a time that suits me. If I’m having a really busy week I can pause my studies. I can also complete work really quickly when I have time to – I managed to complete one of the modules in a week!’
- Ruby Lawrence
‘I have a very flexible period of time to study, and submitting assignments is at my own pace. The support really is there when I need it. I am so pleased I took this leap and I’m so pleased I chose ICS Learn!’
- Laura Evans
*Pass rate based on 18,872 assignments submitted and 18,125 passed between 1/9/17 and 31/8/18.
† ICS Learn has the highest Net Promoter Score (NPS) from students against its competitors. Source: Parthenon-EY HR Employer and Learner Survey 2017.