|Payment Plan||Payment Amount||Payment Plan Length||Total Amount Paid|
|Full Payment Upfront||$1795||One Payment||$1795|
|3 Monthly Payments||$620||Three Months||$1860|
|6 Monthly Payments||$320||Six Months||$1920|
|12 Monthly Payments||$170||12 Months||$2040|
|52 Weekly Payments||$40||52 Weeks||$2080|
Feel free to contact us on 1300 907 870 to discuss a flexible plan that suits your budget.
The management of an organisation’s Human Resources has always been an essential business operation but now, in the 21st century it is also becoming strategic in its own right and the demand for HR professionals is increasing exponentially.
Once a desire to work with people would secure you a job in HR. Now HR qualifications are used as a means to benchmark skills and knowledge and as such, it is becoming mandatory to show a credible qualification on your CV.
I feel I’ve become a more valuable employee and a more efficient manager. – David Clarke
The Certificate IV in Human Resources is recognised as the entry-level certification for employment as a HR officer or for undertaking part of the HR function.
The demand for HR professionals in Australia is now on the rise. The Australian Government’s Job Outlook website is signalling strong jobs growth for human resources managers for the next few years, with high salaries and full-time positions common.
The current average salary for a HR manager or consultant is $60,000 to $150,000 pa.
In HR, hiring decision makers pay close attention to the quality of your qualifications. You can relax knowing CAL’s Certificate IV in Human Resources Management is a fully recognised advanced qualification.
Achieving a Certificate IV in Human Resources online through the College for Adult Learning will set you on a career in human resources providing you with the core knowledge and skills required to work in a range of support positions in Human Resources Management.
It’s your career so you want to be confident you are making the right decision. Our Career Advisors are readily available and happy to talk to you with quality advice on the best course option for your level of experience.
I found the CAL course a fantastic experience. The facilitator was engaging, interesting, extremely knowledgeable and had a great sense of humour which made the learning so much more enjoyable. – Maree Lawrences
What a great experience. The facilitator was extremely knowledgeable and the wider team always willing to help. – Jenny Maiolo – Worksafe
To undertake this qualification prospective students are required to have successfully completed year 12 or its equivalent and/or successful completion of a language, literacy and numeracy test.
There is no formal prerequisite study required to enter this qualification however, it is recommended that individuals have relevant industry experience to assist with the learning application required for this course. This may have been obtained through formal and informal training, work experience and/or life experience.
Entry for mature age students is determined on a minimum of 5 years recent, relevant industry experience.
Upon enrolment all students will be assessed for their language, literacy and numeracy skills. Where these levels fall below the requisite standard for the qualification a learning coach will advise the student of the remedial options open to them. This may involve a withdrawal of enrolment and refund of fees paid.
Please refer to the student handbook for full details of the entry level requirements procedure.
Each unit in the CAL Certificate IV HR is designed and developed by Michael Meere our HRM specialist. Michael has worked in HRM for more than 30 years, In that time he has both trained and educated many of the HRM professionals working in Australia today. As well as this program, Michael delivers undergraduate and post graduate qualifications in HRM.
CAL’s HR qualification comprises ten units carefully selected by Michael to provide you with the critical skills you will need to be a HR professional of exceptional quality.
Even if you are currently changing careers, returning to work or not yet working in HR, CAL assists you further by providing comprehensive case studies that you can use to practice and apply your new skills, (just like you would at work), so you’ll get all the experience you need to hit the ground running in your new position.
“Professional staff, both in customer service and course delivery. Would recommend to anyone thinking about progressing their skills in their area of expertise or simply looking to learn new skills.”
Mark Wass – Service Works