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Human Resources is the reason a workforce remains both stable and always improving. 
A role in the field extends across all industries, giving you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a range of professional areas. Plus, the Australian Government expects employment for human resource professionals to grow strongly in the upcoming years.*
We have study options to progress through qualification levels, while, if you’ve already worked in the industry, but want to increase and update your skills, you can study at graduate certificate level to help advance your career.
*Department of Employment, Human Resource Professionals Job Prospects to 2017.
Human Resources Open Days

A career in human resources can open up a world of opportunities across all industries. In fact, when it comes to job outlooks, the Australian Government expects employment for human resource professionals to grow very strongly in the next five years.


Visit us on Open Days for an overview presentation on studying within the area of business and finance then speak individually with a program coordinators about Human Resources specific course information and study options.

- , Thu, 09 Aug - bookings essential.

Holmesglen Chadstone Campus, Batesford Road Chadstone 3148 Australia

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Believe in the power of people? Then it’s time to kick-off your exciting career in human resources management.

Throughout this course, we’ll train you to tackle key HR tasks including managing employee relations, workforce planning, separation, termination and more.

After graduating successfully, you’ll receive the nationally endorsed Diploma of Human Resources Management.

You can then either enter the industry as a HR officer, OHS officer, recruitment officer and more – or transfer your credits to the Bachelor of Business Administration.