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Higher Education Course in Personnel Selection

Duration

4 months

Credits

2,4 ECTS

Price

180€

Language

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YOUR HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM INCLUDES:​

  • Higher Education Course in Personnel Selection
  • Access the syllabus from the first day
  • Contact with tutors from Monday to Saturday
  • Access to our exclusive job opportunities
  • Networking at ENEB Community

INTRODUCTION

Higher Education Course in Labour Relations gives our students an opportunity to learn about all the key elements in labour relations of a company: payroll preparation, renumeration policies, the TC1 and TC2, collective agreements and employment contracts.

Start your academic career with ENEB; one of the most important distance business schools of Europe that allows you to gain education at the highest level, from any place and with the daily support of all our teachers and tutors.

WHO IS IT INTENDED FOR?

This course is aimed at professionals and university graduates who wish to develop their career in the Human Resources and Labour Relations of a company: Managers, Heads of Departments, Directors of Working Groups or Training Technicians.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

ENEB is recognized by the most prestigious companies in different sectors. Its training programs, adapted to the current reality of the working world, allow students to grow professionally and climb their career ladder in any company.

When our students finish the Higher Education Course in Labour Relations, they can sign up for our Job Opportunities List, as ENEB has agreements with major business firms dealing with students’ placement in different professional sectors.

CERTIFICATION

Upon completion of the Higher Education Course in Labour Relations, you will receive the following diploma issued by ENEB and the Universidad Isabel I:
– Higher Education Diploma in Labour Relations

OBJECTIVES

The Higher Education Course in Labour Relations has the following objectives:

  • Having a full understanding of the complexity of human labour.
  • Gaining specific knowledge on payrolls, unemployment benefits, contract types and the range of collective agreements.
  • Getting familiar with different perspectives on the relationship between employer and employee.

SYLLABUS

The Higher Education Course in Labour Relations has the following syllabus:

Module 1. Introduction to Labour Consultancy in Human Resources

1.1 Salaries and Salary Supplements
1.2 Withholdings and Assumptions

Module 2. Social Security

2.1 Registrations and Insurance
2.2 Social Security Benefits

Module 3. The Employment Contract

3.1 the Labour Contract
3.2 International Labour Organisation (ILO)

Module 4. Prevention of Occupational Hazards

Module 5. Study Case

DISTANCE LEARNING METHOD

In order to facilitate combining personal and professional life, all our training programs are carried out entirely online. Thus, students can access the whole training content through our Virtual Campus. It’s our main platform that allows our students to study from anywhere in the world and at any time. All evaluations and final works are also submitted online.
Once enrolled, our students have access to the Virtual Campus where they can find all necessary academic resources, establish a permanent communication with other students and teachers, gain access to discussion forums, take the English Business course, among many other possibilities.

EVALUATION

Consistency is one of the key aspects in the training plan. By means of self-assessments provided through the Virtual Campus, our students will be able to reinforce the acquired knowledge. In order to pass all the subjects, it is essential to submit a final paper for each of them. When our team of tutors have evaluated the final work, the student will be able to see their final mark in the Virtual Campus. In addition, a document explaining in detail all points of their final work will be sent to their email.
In the evaluation, our tutors assess the following aspects:

  • Presentation, design, visual richness and spelling.
  • Development of the topic, complexity of the statement, logic and consistency with the results obtained in the case study.
  • Added value in the analysis and development of the proposed case.
  • It needs to be pointed out that the self-assessments and final paper must be given a minimum grade of 5 to pass.

INTRODUCTION

Higher Education Course in Labour Relations gives our students an opportunity to learn about all the key elements in labour relations of a company: payroll preparation, renumeration policies, the TC1 and TC2, collective agreements and employment contracts.

Start your academic career with ENEB; one of the most important distance business schools of Europe that allows you to gain education at the highest level, from any place and with the daily support of all our teachers and tutors.

WHO IS IT INTENDED FOR?

This course is aimed at professionals and university graduates who wish to develop their career in the Human Resources and Labour Relations of a company: Managers, Heads of Departments, Directors of Working Groups or Training Technicians.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

ENEB is recognized by the most prestigious companies in different sectors. Its training programs, adapted to the current reality of the working world, allow students to grow professionally and climb their career ladder in any company.

When our students finish the Higher Education Course in Labour Relations, they can sign up for our Job Opportunities List, as ENEB has agreements with major business firms dealing with students’ placement in different professional sectors.

CERTIFICATION

Upon completion of the Higher Education Course in Labour Relations, you will receive the following diploma issued by ENEB and the Universidad Isabel I:
– Higher Education Diploma in Labour Relations

OBJECTIVES

The Higher Education Course in Labour Relations has the following objectives:

  • Having a full understanding of the complexity of human labour.
  • Gaining specific knowledge on payrolls, unemployment benefits, contract types and the range of collective agreements.
  • Getting familiar with different perspectives on the relationship between employer and employee.

SYLLABUS

The Higher Education Course in Labour Relations has the following syllabus:

Module 1. Introduction to Labour Consultancy in Human Resources

1.1 Salaries and Salary Supplements
1.2 Withholdings and Assumptions

Module 2. Social Security

2.1 Registrations and Insurance
2.2 Social Security Benefits

Module 3. The Employment Contract

3.1 the Labour Contract
3.2 International Labour Organisation (ILO)

Module 4. Prevention of Occupational Hazards

Module 5. Study Case

DISTANCE LEARNING METHOD

In order to facilitate combining personal and professional life, all our training programs are carried out entirely online. Thus, students can access the whole training content through our Virtual Campus. It’s our main platform that allows our students to study from anywhere in the world and at any time. All evaluations and final works are also submitted online.
Once enrolled, our students have access to the Virtual Campus where they can find all necessary academic resources, establish a permanent communication with other students and teachers, gain access to discussion forums, take the English Business course, among many other possibilities.

EVALUATION

Consistency is one of the key aspects in the training plan. By means of self-assessments provided through the Virtual Campus, our students will be able to reinforce the acquired knowledge. In order to pass all the subjects, it is essential to submit a final paper for each of them. When our team of tutors have evaluated the final work, the student will be able to see their final mark in the Virtual Campus. In addition, a document explaining in detail all points of their final work will be sent to their email.
In the evaluation, our tutors assess the following aspects:

  • Presentation, design, visual richness and spelling.
  • Development of the topic, complexity of the statement, logic and consistency with the results obtained in the case study.
  • Added value in the analysis and development of the proposed case.
  • It needs to be pointed out that the self-assessments and final paper must be given a minimum grade of 5 to pass.

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