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National Certificate in Human Resources Management N4-N6

TVET 18 Months Register

The programme progresses through three levels. Each N Level takes place over one semester. After each semester, you are eligible for a National Certificate on that level. We recommend continuing through all three levels in order to qualify for the National Diploma. The National Diploma requires students to work for 18 months in a human resource department before they are entitled to receive the highly respected Diploma.

Period of delivery: one semester per level (18 month programme)

Section 1

Entry Level Requirements

N4

N5

N6

• An appropriate National Senior
Certificate or Grade 12
• NCV L4
• A National Certificate: N4: Human
Resource Management
or an Equivalent Qualification
• A National Certificate: N5: Human
Resource Management or an
Equivalent Qualification
Section 2

Modules by Semester

N4

N5

N6

• Personnel Management
• Entrepreneurship and Business
Management
• Management Communication
• Computer Practice
• Personnel Management
• Personnel Training
• Labour Relations
• Computer Practice
• Personnel Management
• Personnel Training
• Labour Relations
• Computer Practice
Section 3

Articulation Options

N4

N5

N6

This qualification has been designed to
allow entry into N5.
This qualification has been designed to
allow entry into N6.
Higher certificate, Diploma or
Bachelor’s Degree.

The following criteria must be met in order to write the National DHET Examinations

* DP 40%

* Attendance Ratio 80%

Section 4

Career Paths

  • Human Resource Manager
  • Training and Development Manager
  • Labour Relations Manager
  • Recruitment Agent
  • Personnel Manager
  • Training Co-Ordinator
Section 5

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand and describe applied human resource principle theory
  • Discuss management in organisations and the common problems found in HR management
  • Understand job analysis and the various techniques used in job analysis
  • Define recruitment and compare internal and external recruitment by giving examples of each
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the mandatory/employee benefits as well as the fringe benefits
  • Develop an ergonomic approach to eliminate accidents and unsafe acts in the workplace
  • Explain the job and personal stress factors and identify the consequences of stress
  • Be able to identify various staffing strategies
  • Understand training and development of employees and career management at Organisational level
  • Describe behvioural aspects of human resources management including motivation, leadership, and teamwork
Section 6

National Diploma: Public Management

Completion of National Certificates: Human Resource Management N4, N5 and N6 as above plus 18 months of practical experience in a workplace shall result in the award of a National Diploma: Human Resource Management.

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