Course Code BSB41015
Accreditation Nationally Recognised
This qualification is tailor-made for people wanting to kickstart their career in HR. The Certificate IV in Human Resources is recognised in Australia as the entry-level certification for anyone seeking employment as a HR officer, for any part of the HR function (eg: Payroll, OHS), or in a supporting role to a HR Professional or Manager.
If you currently have 2-5 years workplace experience, are managing others or soon will be, and want to achieve a Management or Senior Management HR position, a better choice of qualification is the Diploma in Human Resources Management
As a result of completing your Certificate IV in Human Resources, you’ll be able to support a range of core people management skills and strategies, based on the following accredited units of competency:
There are 10 required units of competency.
|BSBHRM403||Support Performance Management Processes|
|BSBHRM404||Review Human Resources Functions|
|BSBHRM405||Support the Recruitment, Selection and Induction of Staff|
|BSBLDR402||Lead Effective Workplace Relationships|
|BSBWHS401||Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs to Meet Legislative Requirements|
|BSBWRK411||Support Employee and Industrial Relations Procedures|
|BSBLDR403||Lead Team Effectiveness|
|BSBWRT401||Write Complex Documents|
|BSBRES401||Analyse and Present Research Information|
|BSBWOR501||Manage Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development|
This means you can choose to study on a more intense time schedule, or just fit it around your lifestyle when you can.
Generally, our courses may be completed in around 12 months with a full-time study load or in 12-24 months on a part-time study load. This will depend on the course itself, the number of units, amount of elective content you choose to complete and your own schedule and learning style. At CAL, we allow a generous 24-month standard course enrolment duration so you have the freedom to study at your own pace.
We provide engaging tutorials, industry-relevant assessments and work-ready learning outcomes.
Depending on your current skills and amount of experience you have, you may qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning and be eligible for course acceleration.
In order to succeed in our online qualifications, our students are required to:
The required level of competency in English LLN skills for Diploma and Certificate IV qualifications is ACSF Level 3.
To ensure you have the ACSF skills necessary to commence study with us, you may be required to complete an LLN test if English is not your first language and you do not hold any nationally recognised Australian qualifications.
Upon enrolment, all students will also be assessed over time by their learning coach for their language, literacy and numeracy skills. Where these levels fall below the requisite ACSF standard for the qualification, the coach will advise the student of the remedial options open to them. This may involve additional support or withdrawal of enrolment and refund of fees paid.
Please refer to the relevant CAL Policies and the Student Handbook for full details of the entry-level requirements procedure.
While there is no formal prerequisite study required to enter this qualification, it is beneficial for students to have some relevant industry experience to assist with the learning application required for this course. This may have been obtained through formal and/or informal training, work experience and life experience.
You will need regular access to a laptop, desktop computer or another device with the following:
If you have extensive experience in the industry with a high level of knowledge, competency and ability, you may be eligible for RPL.
This process may enable you to get unit credits for competencies you’ve already demonstrated so you can fast-track your qualification.
At The College for Adult Learning, we understand that not all students are in a position to pay for their studies upfront. For this reason we offer flexible weekly or monthly payment plans that can suit any lifestyle or budget.
|Payment Plan||Payment Amount||Payment Plan Length||Total Amount Paid|
|Discounted Upfront Payment||$2495||One Payment*||$2495|
|12 x Monthly Payments||$235||12 Months||$2820|
|52 x Weekly Payments||$55||12 Months||$2860|
|18 x Monthly Payments||$160||18 Months||$2880|
|78 x Weekly Payments||$37||18 Months||$2886|
*Please note: The College for Adult Learning’s obligations as an RTO include taking actions to protect your fees. These protections exist to ensure that you can enrol with confidence. The principal protection which is provided to you is a pre-paid fee limit; CAL will never require you to pay more than $1,500 in advance and will never allow your advance payment balance to rise above $1,500.
In conformance with the protections, you will only be required to pay $1495 at the time of registration, with a $60 recurring monthly payment debited for the next 17 months (final payment of $40). This amounts to a total fee of $2495.
In order to maintain the high quality training we’re so proud of, we are not affiliated with FEE-HELP schemes or VET Student Loans, and remain a Fee For Service provider.
We understand the financial pressure and concerns that come with undertaking study, so we keep our prices highly competitive and offer flexible payment plans to suit all budgets and lifestyles.
Don’t hesitate to contact us on 1300 907 870 to discuss a flexible plan that suits your budget
Acheiving a Certificate IV in Human Resources online thorugh the College for Adult Learning will provide you with the core knowledge and skills required to work in a range of support positions in Human Resources Management.
This course will challenge you, make you think and take you beyond the ‘old fashioned’ paradigm of HR as ‘personnel management’. You will enter into the new, exciting and stimulating world of the modern HR Professional.
Research conducted by Dave Ulrich (consistently named as the most influential person in HR in publications across the globe) and his colleagues tell us that HR should:
Research in Australia by the AHRI combined with Ulrich’s work determines that the 21st century HR Professional needs to learn to be: