About this scheme
If you’re interested in supporting the future of a global business, through its people, our Human Resources apprenticeship is a great place to start. During this 12-18 month programme, you’ll learn about the role of the Human Resources function in any organisation and develop all the skills you need to be an effective HR practitioner. Our blended learning approach will provide you with workshops, skills coaching, online training and project work to accompany your on the job experience.
You’ll learn the latest approaches and technical advances that are changing industry practice, and gain expertise in the data and legal frameworks that underpin all aspects of HR. If you’re a team player, enjoy problem solving and delivering great customer service, this apprenticeship is for you.
What you’ll cover
The programme introduces many of the key activities undertaken by Human Resources and the skills required to be effective. Modules cover the recording, analysis and use of data, supporting change within organisations, resourcing and talent management, best practice in employee relations, performance and reward management, as well as supporting learning and development activities.
Whilst studying you will become a student member of the CIPD giving you access to essential resources for your study and career success. You’ll work towards a recognised industry qualification, giving you Associate professional membership of the CIPD and finish the programme with everything you need to take your next step as a Human Resources professional.
Qualifications you’ll achieve as part of your Human Resources Apprenticeship:
- CIPD Level 3 Diploma in Human Resources Management
Our standard entry requirements apply: five GCSEs / Scottish National 5’s or equivalent at grades 4-9 / A-C (including Maths and English). Please note: candidates are not eligible to apply if you already hold a part or complete CIPD qualification.
“My role is really varied, as I offer HR support across a range of different areas.”
Emily, Human Resources Apprentice
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