Diploma of Human Resources Management

Provided by: Australian Institute of Management

If you’re looking to step into the exciting and dynamic world of human resource management, then this is the ideal qualification for you. Designed to teach essential expertise and strategic human resources skills, AIM’s BSB50320 Diploma of Human Resources Management will enable you to undertake human resources roles across a range of businesses and industries. With a focus on managing human resources functions such as performance development, workforce planning and employee relations, you’ll develop broad skills and in-depth insights to build capability in the core disciplines of human resource management.

Reflecting the wide range of positions within the human resources sector as well as small business owners, this qualification is designed for professionals who already have strong foundational knowledge of human resources management. Typically they would have responsibility for the work of other staff and demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resources functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area.

Course Outcomes and Units Achieved

Achievement of the Diploma of Human Resources Management (BSB50320) requires the completion of 9 units (7 core units and 5 elective units).

Core units

  • BSBHRM521 Facilitate performance development processes– coordinate and implement individual and group learning and development, provide support to manage performance issues, and develop approaches to improve performance and address identified performance gaps.
  • BSBHRM522 Manage employee and industrial relations– determine long-term ER objectives, develop implementation and contingency plans for IR policies, and communicate strategies and procedures for eliminating and dealing with grievances and disputes.
  • BSBHRM523 Coordinate the learning and development of teams and individuals– liaise with training and development specialists, recognise workplace achievement, monitor workplace learning, and report on workplace learning outcomes.
  • BSBHRM524 Coordinate workforce plan implementation– identify current staff turnover and demographics, labour supply trends, and organisation’s workforce requirements objectives and strategies.
  • BSBHRM527 Coordinate human resource functions and processes– communicate effectively with various levels of seniority to identify and arrange training support where appropriate, and calculate human resource return on investment within the organisation.
  • BSBOPS504 Manage business risk– consult and communicate with stakeholders to identify and assess risks, develop and implement an action plan to treat risks, monitor and evaluate the action plan and risk management process, and maintain documentation.
  • BSBWHS411 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs– implement and monitor procedures for WHS training, hazard identification, risk control and record keeping.


Pre-selected elective units

  • BSBCMM511 Communicate with influence – present persuasively, negotiate effectively and lead productive meetings.
  • BSBHRM525 Manage recruitment and onboarding– identify the need for recruitment, prepare and oversee appropriate documentation required, and manage the onboarding process.
  • BSBHRM529 Coordinate separation and termination processes– communicate effectively with employees to ensure they are aware of their rights and responsibilities, ensure staff have appropriate skill-sets to conduct terminations, and use data from exit interviews for improvement.
  • BSBHRM531 Coordinate health and wellness programs– collaboratively develop an overall program management plan, prepare policy documents, coordinate required support to relevant stakeholders, and evaluate implementation and incorporate evaluation outcomes into organisational strategies.
  • BSBTWK501 Lead diversity and inclusion– implement strategies to improve awareness of challenges experienced by individuals from diverse groups in the work team, follow procedures for handling complaints or harassment allegations, and promote the benefits of diversity to others both internally and externally.


Entry or Workplace Requirements

Students must be over 18 years old, have an education level minimum year 12 or Certificate IV. They must also have work experience and access to workplace, be technologically literate and be proficient in English.

Delivery Method and Time Requirements

Online or Blended (face-to-face and online) training.

This course takes 12 months to compete.


$6,930.00 (includes 10% Feedlot TECH discount)

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