Course Description

Human Resource Management QQI Level 5

Dunboyne College of Further Education

This one-year course is aimed at students who wish to develop their knowledge of Human Resource Management and offers an ideal entry level to both higher education training and employment. Students will also study many other general business areas, which allows for general business progression after the course also.

After further study, the course can lead to opportunities in HR departments across a wide range of public and private sector organisations.
Many large companies have a Human Resources department while smaller companies can have one or two trained staff members who look after HR issues such as recruitment, staff training, labour law and other general Industrial Relations issues.

The following modules will be offered subject to availability or demand and are subject to change:

• Human Resources
• Behavioural Studies
• Marketing Practice
• Business Administration
• Communications
• Work Experience
• Business Law
• Customer Service
• Word Processing
• Mathematics

• Level 5 Tourism with Business 5M2011 or
Level 5 Business Studies 5M2102

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Course Code 5M2102
College Name Dunboyne College of Further Education
Course Category Business, Human Resources & Personnel
Course Type Classroom Based
Course Location Dunboyne, Meath, Ireland
Course Start Date 17th September 2024
Course End Date 23rd May 2025
Course Duration 1 Year
Course Times Full time
Awarding Body QQI
Entry Requirements ENTRY REQUIREMENTS • Leaving Certificate or Leaving Certificate Applied or; • Mature Students or; • Other equivalent qualifications All applicants will be interviewed regardless of previous qualifications. Apply directly at
Career Path Graduates from this course can access many university and college degrees throughout the country. There are places available to students NCI, TU Dublin and DBD directly on Human Resource Management degrees. Students may also progress to Business and Marketing degrees among others within universities such as Maynooth, DCU and UCD and in technological universities throughout the country. Students can progress to work in areas such as human resources or marketing within small and large companies at entry level or assistant levels. With the Business element to this course, students can progress to work as administrators in many other types of offices. EXAMPLES OF HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRESSION: DBS DB515: Business Studies (Human Resource Management) (Level 8, 3 Years) TUD TU906: Human Resource management (Level 8, 4 Years) NCI NC005: Human Resource Management (Level 8, 4 Years) SETU: Carlow SE401: Human Recourse Management (Level 8, 4 Years) SETU: Carlow SE401: Human Recourse Management (Level 7, 3 Years) Ulster University Belfast N600: Human Resource Management 3 Years Maynooth University: MH101 Arts with Business (Level 8, 3 Years) TUD Tallaght TU932: Business Management (Level 8, 4 Years) TUD Tallaght TU104/TU903: Business Management (Level 7and8, 3 or 4 Years) DCU DC111: Business Studies (Level 8, 3-4 Years)
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