BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources (Superseded)

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BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources

(Superseded)

2013 Reference Kit

*Important Notice: BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources has now been superseded by BSB41013 Certificate IV in Human Resources.

This document is for reference and program enrolment only for those participants currently enrolled onto this qualification. Current participants are required to submit all assessment requirements by 18 March 2014 to gain this qualification.

Australian Institute of Management WA 76 Birkdale Street, Floreat

Western Australia 6014 Client Services T: 61 8 9383 8000 F: 61 8 9387 6171 E: aimwa@aimwa.com

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AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT WA

AIM WA is Western Australia’s leading private provider of management, learning and development services. As a private not-for-profit membership based organisation, AIM WA is committed to raising the standards of management and leadership in the Region.

ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

Compliments, Suggestions and Complaints

AIM WA is committed to continuous improvement. We encourage open communication and contributions from all our stakeholders and clients. At the end of each program you will have opportunity to provide feedback on the program and other aspects of our service. Upon completion of your qualification you will receive an invitation to complete an on-line survey for both you and your employer to complete regarding your experience, including the assessment process. All feedback received is valued and is used to improve our services. If you would like to further discuss any aspect of our service, please contact the Client Service team.

Grievances and Appeals

If you are unhappy with the outcome of your assessment of competence via your submission, you have a right of appeal. The appeals/grievance process is:

1) Ask the Assessor to explain their decision in more detail. Discuss the areas they feel required more attention or more evidence

2) If you are happy with their explanation, work together on a development plan to help you acquire the relevant skills and/or knowledge, or to provide additional evidence of your competence

3) If you are still unhappy after hearing the Assessor’s explanation then your appeal/grievance should be made in writing to the Assessments Department.

Any grievance about AIM WA and/or appeal against an assessment decision will be managed in strict confidence.

Privacy

AIM WA recognises that it is important for you to know that any information provided by you to AIM WA is: • Stored securely

• Maintained accurately

• Not shared with others without your consent.

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QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW

BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources (Superseded)

Many people work within human resource management without formal qualifications in the field. This highly practical Certificate IV level qualification exposes participants to a wide range of areas that will increase their capacity to make an impact in their organisation from a HR perspective.

DESIGNED FOR

Human resource managers or officers, administration staff responsible for HR, or other line managers who want a comprehensive understanding of the issues surrounding human resource management.

QUALIFICATION PATHWAYS

• Attend the required training as outlined and successfully complete the assessment requirements • Apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

• A combination of both training and RPL.

ASSESSMENT

Participants are assessed via seven assignments, handed out at each of the programs. These assignments require participants to show their application of the learning in their own workplace. All assessment requirements must to be submitted by 18 March 2014. Assessment fees apply.

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS

Employability Skills are embedded in training and assessment. Information on the Employability Skills relevant to your qualification can be obtained by visiting this website and keying in the national code for the qualification listed above: http://employabilityskills.training.com.au

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I apply to be registered on the qualification?

You can no longer register onto the BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources. This qualification has been superseded with BSB41013 Certificate IV in Human Resources. Please refer to the AIM WA website for details on this new version from October 2013.

How do I enrol on the training programs that lead to the qualification?

Complete and submit the Enrolment Form contained in this information kit detailing your selected dates to the Client Service Team, book your programs on-line, or call to speak to a member of the team. Current participants are required to complete all necessary training before 18 March 2014 to achieve this qualification.

What are the assessment requirements for this qualification?

Participants are required to complete all seven programs below and successfully fulfil the requirements of the assignment tasks, or apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Current participants are required to complete all necessary assessment requirements before 18 March 2014 to achieve this qualification.

RPL is a process that enables those who are interested in gaining the qualification to be granted exemption from some or all training programs.

How long do I have to complete the qualification?

This qualification has now been superseded and current participants only have until 18 March 2014 to complete all requirements for this qualification.

What is the difference between the two qualifications?

The qualification structure has been revised to reflect a broader application within a range of human resource roles and contexts. The total number of units remain at 10. Core units have increased from 4 to 6 and elective units have been reduced from 6 to 4.

How much will it cost?

Your investment for any qualification will vary according to the programs you select, and whether or not you choose to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). On most programs, additional fees apply for assessment. Assessment and RPL Fees are calculated per Unit of Competency. Additional travel costs and fees apply for on-site assessment outside Perth metropolitan area.

Per Unit of Competency Qualification Level

Non Member Corporate/Professional Member

Advanced Diploma or Diploma $235.00 $220.00

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Can I use AIM WA Training Vouchers?

AIM WA Training Vouchers can be used to pay for up to 50% of the program fees (in $50 increments) but may not be used to pay Assessment and RPL fees. If you are not a Corporate or Professional Member of AIM WA, call us on (08) 9383 8088 to find out more about the benefits of membership.

What if I need help finishing the qualification?

The Assessment Department can assist with your queries or arrange for an assessor to contact you. We will help get you on the right track! Remember you now only have until 18 March 2014 to submit all assignments for assessment.

What if I am asked for further evidence or to re-submit my assignment?

Your assessor will contact you if you are required to submit further information to satisfy the rules of evidence – the Assessor will guide you as to how you can go about filling the gaps. Provided the additional evidence is submitted within a reasonable time-frame, no additional fee will be applied.

If your assessor determines that you are not yet competent, you may resubmit your assignment as many times as required. Re-assessment is charged per Unit of Competence, at the standard rate.

What if I already have the skills?

As an alternative to attending formal learning sessions, it may be possible to gain nationally recognised qualifications through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). In order to have the skills you have gained through life or work experience formally recognised, you need to provide evidence of how you have obtained that expertise or knowledge. If the skills and knowledge are gained through accredited training, a process of Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) will be applied.

Before applying for RPL you will need to refer to the relevant units of competency. These can be found on the National Register www.training.gov.au or contact the Assessment Department for a copy. Comparing your skills against the learning outcomes of the training programs you wish to gain exemption for is also a good starting point. If you think your competence matches the requirements of some or all of the units of competence, complete the application form – selecting the RPL option. We will send you an RPL kit to guide you in compiling a portfolio of evidence.

Please contact the Assessment Department to discuss your options or to apply for any of the above.

When will a Qualification be issued?

Statements of Attainment are issued upon successful demonstration of competence against nationally recognised unit(s) of competency.

Once you have completed all of the required units of competency for your qualification and received Statements of Attainment for them you will be issued with a testamur (the Qualification) as well as a Record of your Results. Your qualification will also be professionally framed.

Please note that it will take approximately 4-6 weeks, from the time you submit your assessment, to issue you with your Statement of Attainment/Qualification.

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What if I misplace my Qualification or Statement of Attainment?

Don’t panic! AIM WA keeps accurate records of your training and assessment history which you can readily access. Contact the Assessment Department for a PDF copy of your Certification documents – at no charge. We can also re-issue your Certification documents – administrative costs apply.

Re-issuing of Certification Documents Fee

Statement of Attainment $40.00

Qualification and Record of Results $60.00

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ENROLMENT FOR THE BSB41007 CERTIFICATE IV IN

HUMAN RESOURCES (SUPERSEDED)

*Important Notice: BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources has now been superseded by BSB41013 Certificate IV in Human Resources. Those participants currently registered onto BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources need to attend all training programs and submit their assessments by 18 March 2014.

Name: ________________________________________ Organisation: _______________________________

REQUIREMENTS TO ACHIEVE THIS QUALIFICATION

Participants are required to complete all seven programs below and successfully fulfil the requirements of the assignment tasks, or apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) by 18 March 2014

RPL is a process that enables those who are interested in gaining the qualification to be granted exemption from some or all training programs.

Programs Tick Training Dates

Program Name: Introduction to Human Resource Management

Program No: 501

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL BSBHRM401A Review human resources functions

BSBHRM402A Recruit, select and induct staff

BSBHRM403A Support performance management process BSBWRK410A Implement industrial relations procedures

… … … … Fees: $ 1930.00 $ 1600.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

… September 3-6 … November 19-22

Program Name: Introduction to Accounting

Program No: 407 (1 ½ days)

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL

BSBFIA402A Report on financial activity …

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*Important Notice: BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources has now been superseded by BSB41013 Certificate IV in Human Resources. Those participants currently registered onto BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources need to attend all training programs and submit their assessments by 18 March 2014.

Programs Tick Training Dates

Program Name: Workplace Safety

Program No: 624

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL

BSBOHS407A Monitor a safe workplace …

Fees:

$ 665.00

$ 550.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

… October 10

Program Name: Effective Workplace Relationships

Program No: 627

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL BSBWOR401A Establish effective workplace relationships …

Fees:

$ 665.00

$ 550.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

… November 6

Program Name: Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development

Program No: 617

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL

BSBWOR404B Develop work priorities …

Fees:

$ 665.00

$ 550.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

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*Important Notice: BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources has now been superseded by BSB41013 Certificate IV in Human Resources. Those participants currently registered onto BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources need to attend all training programs and submit their assessments by 18 March 2014.

Programs Tick Training Dates

Program Name: Develop Workplace Learning

Program No: 615

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL BSBLED501A Develop a workplace learning environment …

Fees:

$ 665.00

$ 550.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

… October 2

Program Name: Continuous Improvement

Program No: 625

Units of Competency: Tick below for RPL

BSBMGT403A Implement continuous improvement …

Fees:

$ 665.00

$ 550.00 Corporate/Professional Member Additional fee applies for Assessment

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TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT FEES FOR THE BSB41007 CERTIFICATE IV IN

HUMAN RESOURCES (SUPERSEDED)

Assessment and Training Fees Non Member Corporate/Professional Member

Total Assessment Fee (10 units of competency) $1900.00 $1750.00

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Calculating My Assessment Fees

Assessment and RPL Fees are calculated per Unit of Competency. Additional travel costs and fees apply for on-site assessment outside Perth metropolitan area.

Per Unit of Competency Qualification Level

Non Member Corporate/Professional Member

Advanced Diploma or Diploma $235.00 $220.00

Certificate IV $190.00 $175.00

Calculating My Total Fees

Total Training and Assessment Fees

Selected Training $

Assessment/RPL $

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INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Program Overview:

The status and range of responsibilities of the human resource management function have increased substantially in recent years. The effective human resource specialist needs to be not only a skilled practitioner, but also a counsellor, negotiator and adviser. This program will develop the skills and knowledge which must be acquired by human resource professionals early in their careers, and to provide the opportunity for line managers to widen their knowledge.

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING

Program Overview:

What do you think when you see a profit and loss statement, a balance sheet or a set of budget figures? Are you confused or intimidated? If so, this program is for you.

During the program you will come to grips with these statements and the basic language and concepts of accounting.

WORKPLACE SAFETY

Program Overview:

Promoting a safer working environment is not just a consideration – it is a major reality in today’s workplace. In this program, participants will gain an understanding of the principles and practices that support an effective occupational health and safety system and identify safety issues that need to be addressed in their workplace.

EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS

Program Overview:

For any business department, team or group to work effectively, it is important to ensure that good workplace relationships exist. This program differentiates between good relationships and effective relationships, and examines the way that we can ensure this occurs in our workplace.

This program explores the context of relationship building and looks at how we can create the effective workplace relationships that ensure the people we manage become more effective through better communication, access to relevant information, and produce a better quality service.

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PERSONAL WORK PRIORITIES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Program Overview:

The increased pace of life in the workplace and home is placing mounting pressure on workers. To thrive in this environment, it is important to recognise that what is a real priority in our work life requires altering attitudes and thinking patterns.

This practical program aims to equip participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to face choosing and setting priorities head-on, set realistic goals and targets, organise work activities and achieve work life balance whilst meeting agreed goals and expectations.

DEVELOP WORKPLACE LEARNING

Program Overview:

Developing people through the establishment of a culture of learning is becoming increasingly popular.Organisations are beginning to recognise themany opportunities for learning that exist beyondtraditional structured approaches. This program will help you recognise and capitalise on theseopportunities, and possibly help you to identify newways of learning in the workplace that make sense.

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Program Overview:

Market forces place increased pressure on organisations to improve their products and services. To remain competitive in this environment, organisations must continually seek ways to improve all aspects of their business, including workplace relationships, processes, products and services. While the focus on achieving quality products and services is not new, it has shifted from being reactive (inspect and fix) to pro-active (plan to get it right the first time).

Through case studies and activities, this practical program will equip participants with the vital skills and knowledge to ensure the quality and continuous improvement approach becomes a natural way of thinking.

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