Achieve your ideal HR management role with this Intermediate qualification from the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.
We’ve been a leading CIPD centre for 30 years and flexible learning specialists for 130 years. We’re trusted by prestigious organisations including Amazon, Virgin and Vodafone.
With us, you can achieve the same globally-recognised CIPD Level 5 Diploma you’d get in a classroom, with all the benefits of online learning:
To study this CIPD Intermediate Level 5 course, you should generally have at least one of the following:
If English is your second language, we recommend you have an IELTS 6.5/ESOL Level 2 or equivalent, but we're happy to review your case on an individual basis.
The course and assignments are fully online. You'll study 8 units:
Please note that where the course discusses legislation and policy, this will be based on UK law.
For full details of what you’ll learn on each unit, download our CIPD course guide.
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