The CIPD Level 7 (Advanced) Diploma in Human Resource Management
Why Study for a CIPD Level 7 Qualification?
- Are responsible for HR decision making within an organisation at an operational, tactical or more strategic level
- Have responsibility for the HR function and activities within an organisation, including HR development
- Are working as an independent or employed HRM/HRD consultant, supporting organisations to meet their goals
- Strategic HR Management experience – this could involve a range of experience including that of a generalist, specialist or consultant
- If you are an operational manager and show strategic management experience, and you want to broaden your career into HR, then you may be eligible
- Ability to engage confidently at Post-Graduate level. Education to at least Bachelor level (BA, BSc) could be considered as a benchmark, although this is not a definite requirement
- A high level of English proficiency – spoken and written (IELT Level 6.2 minimum)
All applications for the Level 7 programme will be assessed ultimately by Oakwood's Head of International Studies, Fleur Blanford and Head of Level Faculty, John Mitchell. If you wish to enrol, and feel you are eligible, or you would just like to have a chat about eligibility, please contact our Head of Operations in Dubai Euan Campbell.
All our Faculty facilitators are already delivering Masters Level Programmes in UK Universities at the moment. Some are published authors in the field of HR. They can all claim Strategic HR Management experience as well as the highest levels of HR academic qualifications.
There will be a high level of interaction with learners, and a strong emphasis on the practical application of theory. A full range of the latest teaching methodology will be used, including electronic media. Guest speakers will feature at various points in the programme.
Each student will be provided with guidance and mentoring as required, particularly covering examination preparation, and also the progress of their Research Report. Additionally all students will be given access to a ‘Virtual Learning Environment’ (VLE), which provides electronic versions of books, journals and periodicals essential for study and research on the programme.