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The CIPD membership is prestigious and internationally respected, and its members are the most in-demand people professionals in the world. It is the only HR body that can award Chartered status, giving you an edge throughout your career.
You’ll join a community of 150,000 knowledgeable HR and L&D professionals across 120 countries, and benefit from exclusive access to insights and guidance from industry experts.
Are you naturally good with people and passionate about equality and helping get the most out of individuals? If so, this CIPD Level 3 qualification would suit you perfectively.
As an entry point to a career in HR or L&D, this CIPD level 3 course would suit all individuals looking to start a role in HR, grow from a junior HR role or change careers into this industry.
This entry-level CIPD qualification into HR and L&D is perfect if you are:
Wanting to launch a career in a people-orientated profession.
Currently in an admin, PA or a HR junior role and want to level up your career.
Looking to enhance team performance and learn the essential skills required to take on more responsibility in the workplace.
The course will help you develop management skills, knowledge of people practice, and strategic expertise.
Once completed, you’ll be awarded CIPD Foundation Membership and will be able to use the designation “Foundation CIPD” after your name.
If you are looking for your first job in the industry, then earning your CIPD qualification makes you eligible for a range of HR roles, including:
HR Staffing Coordinator
Entry Level Recruitment Consultant
Entry Level Training Coordinator
The average UK salary for a HR/Recruitment is £27,874 p.a.
Are you already working in an entry level HR role? Then, this is the right course for you, as it will help you upskill allowing you to take on more responsibility and work towards a promotion.
More senior responsibilities include:
Our self-paced online CIPD Level 3 training course features interactive content, quizzes, videos, animations, and demonstrations from Natalie, our expert CIPD Tutor who guides you throughout your training.
Learning Level: Introduction to the HR and L&D industry
Entry Requirements: No formal entry requirements
Accreditation: CIPD Foundation
Modules: 4 modules in this CIPD course
Average completion: 7-9 months
Max duration: 12 months
Equivalent to: A-Level
UCAS Points: 24 Credits
Guided learning hrs: 120
Exam: No exams. There are four end of module assignments you’ll be assessed on. Your tutor will mark this for you to revise before submitting to CIPD.
Next step: Level 5 CIPD Associate Diploma in either People Management or Organisational L&D.
External influences that impact on business environments.
Products, services, and customers.
How technology can play a part in improving working practices and collaboration.
Learning and development of people.
Management of change.
Evidence-based practice and how it informs organisational measures and outcomes.
The importance of using data.
Creating value for employees, customers, and wider stakeholders.
Social media and how it can enhance working practices.
How ethical principles and professional values inform approaches to work.
Promoting respect and inclusive working.
Acknowledging sensitivity and respect to others within a working context.
Reflecting, recognising, and accepting your own mistakes, and those of others, while also showing empathy.
Proactive approaches to developing, recording, and reflecting on your professional knowledge, skills, and experience.
The employee lifecycle.
Effective selection and the appointment of individuals.
Wellbeing in the workplace.
Diversity and inclusion.
Reward, motivation, and performance.
You must complete four written assignments (one per unit).