Why choose a career in Human Resources?

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At TrainSmart Australia, we aim to help people find meaningful careers through our high quality training and nationally recognised Certificate and Diploma courses. With 5 faculties, more than 30 courses, and a team of over 45 staff, you can study your course online or on-campus with confidence, knowing TrainSmart Australia's team of expert trainers and student support staff will be with you every step of the way.

If you’re thinking about a career change in 2019, a career in human resources could be the answer.

According to the latest Hays Jobs Report, roles in human resources – including HR business partners, HR generalists and talent acquisition specialists – will be among the most in-demand roles in Australia for at least the next 6 months.

That means starting a career in human resources now could set you up for a secure and successful career now and into the future.

Where can I study Human Resources Management?

TrainSmart Australia offer the BSB50615 Diploma of Human Resources Management as an online study option. A career in human resources starts with having a strong grasp of the specialist knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

Our nationally-recognised course will teach you everything you need to know to ensure you can effectively and confidently lead and manage a company’s greatest asset – its employees.

Effective human resource management is central to the success of any company – no matter how large or small. By equipping you with in-depth knowledge and essential skills in areas such as performance management, recruitment processes, payroll, employee relations, and safe workplaces, this course will see you effectively providing a core function to any business. It will also see you playing an important part in creating a happy, healthy and productive workforce.

What career prospects are available after studying Human Resources Management?

Once you have successfully completed the course, you will be qualified to take up a variety of roles within the field of human resources, including:

  • HR Manager
  • HR Generalist
  • HR Administrator
  • Talent Acquisition Specialist
  • Payroll Manager

Choosing a career in human resources will not only mean that you will have the specialist skills that will be in high-demand over the foreseeable future, but also that you will enjoy a highly-rewarding career taking care of employees and creating workplaces that encourage employee productivity and motivation.

Apply now for our next intake!

Making the transition to a career in human resources doesn’t have to be a costly move. As a VET Student Loan-approved course, you can apply for the course now and you won’t need to pay anything until your income is above the compulsory repayment threshold.

That means you can focus on your studies and getting your qualification without having to worry about any financial strains related to your studies.

So make the move to a career in human resources and apply now for our Diploma of Human Resources Management.

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