Where Can A Diploma Of Human Resources Take Me?

Where Can A Diploma Of Human Resources Take You?

Studying a Diploma in Human Resources with National Training can open the door to a variety of exciting and rewarding jobs. The Diploma of Human Resources is the perfect course for individuals looking to manage and support employees in an organisation.  

There are human resources roles in almost every industry in Australia and overseas, with specialist career opportunities in the following areas:

  • Labour & Employee Relations
  • Recruitment & Selection
  • Compensation & Benefits

Read on to learn about three HR positions that you will be qualified for after completing your studies:

The most common job for graduates of a human resources diploma is a human resources manager. In this role, you are responsible for managing the HR department of a company, including recruiting and training new employees, managing payroll and benefits, and handling employee relations issues. In larger organisations, there may be multiple HR managers, each with their own team of coordinators. It is important to be able to have strong communication and negotiation skills, and an up-to-date knowledge of Fair Work practices.

Another popular job option for diploma of human resources graduates is that of a training and development manager. This person is responsible for designing and delivering training programs that meet the needs of an organisation. This role may be within a larger company or within a business that trains different companies. This role requires excellent communication skills and the ability to create engaging and informative content, as it is often the case that what is being taught is perceived as “dry” or “boring”.

By undertaking a Diploma of Human Resources at National Training, you may score a job as a recruitment consultant. In this role, you would work with clients to identify their staffing needs and then source and screen suitable candidates for those positions. This role requires excellent people skills and the ability to quickly identify potential employees. If you’re interested in helping others find jobs, a career as a recruitment consultant could be for you.

If you love people, improving others, keeping people safe and have acute organisational and communication skills, a career in human resources will help you thrive. Take the next step in your career and study with National Training, Australia’s leading online education provider.

By Sarah Panther

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