Hill Dickinson to deliver new Institute of Recruitment qualification

13th June 2014

International commercial law firm Hill Dickinson is one of only three UK delivery partners offering a new human resource practice qualification.

The Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Human Resource Practice has been developed by the Institute of Recruitment in conjunction with Hill Dickinson and its other delivery partners. The qualification will provide practical employee recruitment, management and retention training for those looking for a career in HR, junior members of HR teams and those not currently HR professionals who may be looking for a foundation in HR as part of their role. The seven-month course is now open for enrolment and is due to commence on 1 September 2014. Using a blended learning approach, the course will combine online learning with practical face-to-face workshops and will be delivered by practising employment law and HR professionals. Hill Dickinson will deliver the practical elements of the qualification, including seven one day master classes held across the firm's Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield and London offices. Azmat Mohammed, the Institute of Recruitment director general highlighted Hill Dickinson's suitability to deliver the qualification. -Hill Dickinson is a recognised and trusted legal advisor to businesses and organisations across the UK. The firm has an established reputation for delivering an extensive range of seminars and training workshops for their clients, positioning them perfectly to provide the practical elements of this new qualification. Andrew Rushworth, HR director at Hill Dickinson, comments: -As a firm we are supportive of opening up opportunities for professional roles by encouraging alternative routes to qualification, particularly through practical learning which can enable wider access to different roles within organisations. The certificate in Principles of Human Resource Practice should create greater flexibility in acquiring a vocational qualification for recruiters and HR professionals. For more information please visit Hill Dickinson or http://studycourse.org/course-directory/course/certificate-in-principles-of-human-resource-practice/2/4

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