Human Resource Practice Mprof

Middlesex University
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Postgraduate
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    2 Years
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Inspiring, challenging and increasingly valuable in today's global work environment, human resources (HR) is an exciting discipline to master. With the power to influence the direction and success of an organisation, HR can be harnessed to great effect by a variety of professionals, from company directors to line managers and specialist advisers. Whether you're at the beginning or mid stages of your career, this course presents an exciting opportunity to explore your role within an organisation, enhancing your managerial capabilities and HR career prospects for the future.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Our MProf programme is specifically designed for working professionals so we ensure that you have the flexibility to tailor your studies to fit around your responsibilities and support your needs. This means that you can maintain your employment while studying and shape your research to serve you and your organisation. The findings of this research and the skills learnt throughout the course will make you more effective as an HR manager, increase your career prospects and inform your organisation's HR policies and practices.

Requisitos: Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions Entry onto this course does not require an interview, portfolio or audition.


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The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Research Methodology
HR Practice
Human Resource
leadership skills
professional capability

Programa académico

The MProf Human Resource Practice is a reflective and explorative form of study that first reviews your experience in the field before focusing on research methodology and finally a major workplace based project using the techniques you have learnt.

It is divided into three phases with flexibility to complete each phase in a timeframe that works with and around your professional commitments and individual ambitions for each stage:

Phase 1 – Review (approximately 6 months)
The first phase of this course features a review of your personal and professional learning, research competence and professional capability.

Phase 2 – Planning a Practitioner Research Programme (approximately 6 months)
The second phase of this course involves the study of research methodology and exploring methods which are appropriate to workplace research. By the end of Phase 2 you will have prepared a detailed research proposal for implementation.

Phase 3 – Professional Practice Project (minimum of 12 months)
The final phase of this course allows you to demonstrate your research capability in a professional context by undertaking a major workplace based project related to organisational change and/or professional development. You’ll interrogate the learning you are achieving in your workplace, and express this in writing that is both informed by and informs relevant theory.

The findings of your research will prove valuable to you as an individual by giving you greater knowledge of your field and more advanced skills as an HR manager, both of which will feed into your day to day work productivity and career prospects. Your research will also be of value to your organisation which will benefit from your in depth study of ways in which it is conducting its HR practice and suggestions for ways in which it could improve and evolve this discipline in the future.