CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice (CPP)
The Certificate in Personnel Practice (CPP) has been designed to introduce a wide range of practical skills that are required by today’s line managers, personnel officers and secretarial/personnel assistants. It is a level 3 qualification based on CIPD’s foundation level professional standards.
Who should attend
This training in personnel practice will be beneficial for personnel assistants, administrators, officers or anyone who supports the HR function in their organisation. No formal prior qualifications are required; however, candidates will need to have a level of numeracy, literacy and IT skills to enable them to participate and complete the assessments.
Benefits of attending
This personnel course will enable delegates to:
demonstrate a wide range of knowledge and practical skills used in the HR function
confidently provide advice on HR issues to colleagues and managers
understand the wider context of the personnel function
To reduce the number of days out of the business, we offer this personnel training on a flexible basis of 12 taught days (one per month) plus four high quality workbooks to be completed in delegates’ own time. CIPD recommends 240 hours’ study time to complete the course. This includes all taught sessions, reading and completion of all assignments.
CPP is delivered by professional tutors with established HR practitioner experience. Sessions feature guest slots delivered by employment law solicitors, barristers and HR & employee relations teams. Group size is deliberately restricted to ensure maximum participation. Delivery is through a mixture of methods and involves delegates in group exercises and discussions. Training is practical and applied rather than just theory from a text book.
Course duration is 12 days over the course of one year
Introduction to personnel
Recruitment and selection
Training and development
Performance management and employee relations
Written project proposal
Two written reports (1,500–2,000 words each)
Two practical assignments
A work-based project (3,000–3,500 words)
Download an [application form]. On receipt of the completed application form, prospective candidates will be interviewed by telephone to assess suitability and to discuss the demands and requirements of the programme.
This Training Course is available at the following locations:
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