Human Resources - Distance Learning
|Human Resource Management - BSc/Diploma/Certificate||14-24 months (distance learning)|
|Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations - Diploma/Certificate||14-24 months (distance learning)|
Our Human Resources courses are run by the Centre for Labour Market Studies (CLMS) who have 18 years of experience as leading providers of distance learning courses in the fields of training, skills, performance and human resources.
About the Centre for Labour Market Studies
We have had over 3,500 successful graduates from over 70 countries, many of whom have gone on to become leaders in their own organisations and fields. Our emphasis is on the interdisciplinary approach we employ, drawing from the academic subjects of sociology, psychology, public administration, management studies, economics and adult education.
We have an international reputation for the quality of our research and this research feeds directly into our course materials, allowing you to benefit from cutting-edge developments as they occur.
About the courses
Our courses are designed for training and HR practitioners who wish to enhance their existing skills and knowledge through the application of theory to practice. Our courses provide all the benefits of a University of Leicester degree with maximum flexibility to suit the needs of working professionals.
Benefits of studying human resources at Leicester
Our courses are studied flexibly through supported distance learning meaning you don’t have to take a career break, you can study at a pace to suit you. You can also apply the skills and knowledge you develop straight into your working life.
Studying with CLMS will allow you to develop your knowledge and improve your practical skills, whilst continuing to work. You will learn to evaluate training and HR policy using current theoretical understanding and carry out independent research.
You will be supported by a dedicated team of tutors and support staff and facilities including our virtual learning environment, Blackboard.
Teaching and Assessment
Your course materials, including course handbook, comprehensive module pack and textbooks, will be sent to you in the post. Module information and support documentation is also available online via Blackboard.
All assessment is made via written assignment and there is no requirement to sit exams.
For more information please contact us.
Opportunities to Visit and Further Information
Choosing where and what to study at university is an important choice for you. We believe it is important to give you the opportunity to talk to our admissions team, so you can find out whether our programme is the right choice for you.