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Business Administration - Human Resources (Fast-Track)

Alpha College of Business & Technology Campus | Program Code: K0972 | Open for International Students
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Overview

Alpha College of Business and Technology connects international students seeking a quality post-secondary education with one of the leading colleges in Ontario. The Academy is affiliated  with St. Lawrence College, who provides oversight over all curriculum, faculty, and operational quality for college-level programs delivered at Alpha’s Toronto campus. Students can learn how to apply through Alpha at: https://alphacollege.ca/how-to-pay-my-fees/ and are considered enrolled at St. Lawrence College once admitted. Graduates receive a St. Lawrence College diploma or graduate certificate, depending on their course of study.

This one-year fast track program provides training to those seeking employment in the Human Resources profession or to those currently working in the field who wish to upgrade their training and gain professional accreditation. The College works closely with the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) in the development of the Human Resources program. The program meets the academic requirements that lead to the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). See the HRPA website at www.hrpa.ca for details regarding the academic requirements for the CHRP designation.

Program Details

Code K0972
Start Date May, January, September
Credential Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Campus Alpha College of Business & Technology
Program Length 1 Year
Delivery Full-Time
Open for international students

Program Outline

2021-2022

N/A

This course focuses on developing students' knowledge of all aspects of labour relations. Students learn about the impact of a unionized workplace on the Human Resources department. Students explore trade unions, collective agreements, negotiations, union/management relations, strikes, the collective bargaining process, and conflict resolution. Student learning is reinforced through practical involvement in case study analysis.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA74

In this course, students develop foundational knowledge and skills related to training and development. Students explore how training and development impacts human resources management. Further, students determine training needs and design, deliver and evaluate the effectiveness of training and development programs.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA74

Employment Law provides a theoretical and practical background to enable students to understand the legal environment as it relates to employers and employees in Ontario and Canada. Students investigate the impact of legislation - including Human Right Act/Code, Canada Labour Code, Employment Standards Act, and common law - on the entire employee life cycle.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA74 + BLAW1 or BLAW40

Human Resources Management is intended to provide students with an understanding of human resources management functions within organizations. The course provides an introduction to the purpose and the application of Human Resources activities which will assist organizations in achieving their goals and objectives. As such, this course is designed to lay the groundwork for more advanced studies in Human Resources and related subjects.

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the essential elements of the human resource planning (HRP) process in organizations. Students are introduced to the concepts of strategy formulation and implementation within an HR context. Students learn how to plan and make decisions about the allocation of resources for the effective management of people in organizations, within a given strategy and business plan. Both quantitative and qualitative concepts, approaches, and techniques are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA74

This course develops students' fundamental knowledge and skills in the health and safety functions of Human Resource Management. It is also intended to demonstrate the integration of all Human Resource functions. Students explore key topics such as workers' compensation systems as well as occupational health and safety laws and regulations both provincially and federally. Students are introduced to topics in disability management and wellness.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA74

This course is designed to provide students with a detailed study of and involvement with the management of Human Resources within a unionized environment. Students explore the legislative framework for collective bargaining; third party intervention in the conflict resolution process; contract administration and actively participate in negotiating a collective agreement and preparing for and presenting an arbitration case. An emphasis is placed on application of the theoretical knowledge through the simulated negotiations and arbitrations.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA2

This course is intended to prepare each student with knowledge and skills in the compensation and benefits functions of Human Resource Management. Students develop a detailed understanding of the processes, issues, and techniques used in compensation administration. Students also learn how compensation and benefits integrate into other HR functions and serve to attract, retain, and motivate employees.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA53

Recruitment and Selection prepares students to design, implement and evaluate all aspects of the Recruitment and Selection of employees. A combination of theory and practical, hands-on experience is used to assist the student in learning the strategic importance of Recruitment and Selection in the achievement of organizational objectives. Students explore the evolving nature of Recruitment and Selection and the impact of new technologies on those processes.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA53

This course gives students an opportunity to apply and develop the hard and human skills that have been learned in previous courses. By requiring students to perform the type of work normally done by Human Resources staff, this course enables students to bring together and apply all the necessary skills. The course also provides students with a better understanding of, and preparation for, the working environment that they will enter upon graduation.

Prerequisite(s): HUMA73 + CARE20

Requirements

Admission Requirements

Three-year college diploma or a university degree. Note: Graduates of a three-year Business Ad­ministration – Human Resources Program are not eligible for this postgraduate program.

Fees

Fees for this program are set by Alpha International Academy and are available by contacting them at info@slc-alpha.ca  or visit their website at: alphacollege.ca/st-lawrence-programs/.

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Career Opportunities

Graduates find employment in any of the following areas:

  • Strategic Human Resources Management
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Salary and Benefit Administration
  • Training and Development
  • Labour Relations
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Program Contacts

Program Contact
Alpha International
admissions@slc-alpha.ca