Business Management Diploma – Human Resources Specialization

Take the first step towards your career in

Human Resource Management!

Both in Kelowna and all throughout BC, there is a great need for competent business professionals who have the potential to work in a managerial capacity.

Graduates of Career City College’s Business Management Diploma, with a specialization in Human Resources, will set themselves on the path to becoming HR Managers. This program covers the important fundamentals of working in any business environment which includes training on functioning with office technologies, developing interpersonal and communication skills, marketing, and more!

Set yourself apart in the competitive job market and work towards your goal of management success with our focused attention on Human Resource Management education. We help build your HR potential by providing a foundation in human resource management, employee acquisition and retention, and project planning.

If you are so inclined, the Business Management Diploma also encompasses the skills and know-how you will need to run your own business.

Finally, we will help you land your dream job with job search and career planning training!

The Business Management Diploma – Human Resources Specialization was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training

Available Online, On Campus, or both!

Course Overview

  • Learn how to operate the most in-demand Microsoft Office programs
    • Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Project
  • Master keyboarding
  • Communicate effectively in the business environment
  • Learn to market yourself and your company
  • Perfect your customer service skills
  • Understand proven Human Resource Management skills and techniques in relation to:
    • Personnel Planning & Recruiting
    • Compensation & Benefits
    • Employee Rights & Labour Relations
    • Employee Safety & Health
    • Strategic Management of Human Resources

Core Courses:

GEN100 - Strategies for Scholastic Success
This course introduces students to the post-secondary environment, sets expectations for the rest of the program and identifies the tools that are available to them in the program. It empowers students with the tools they need to take charge of their academic and lifelong success. It further helps to explore and develop their personal responsibility, self-motivation, interdependence, and self-esteem, and to make wise choices that create successful results.

GEN110 - Keyboarding
This course is designed to help students in developing, increasing, and refining their keyboarding skills, proofreading skills, speed, and accuracy. Students are given access to a keyboarding software and their progress in monitored daily.

BMD100 - Introduction to Information Technology
This course introduces students to computers, computer technology and basic computer functions. It introduces file manipulation and the various and efficient uses of the internet.

BMD110 - Word Processing Core
This course introduces students to word processing and to Microsoft Word. It helps to develop skills in creating and manipulating highly functional documents.

BMD110 - Word Processing Advanced
This course teaches students how to use a variety of intermediate and advanced features to create and format business documents including online forms and personalized mailings. Students also learn to collaborate with other users, create outlines, use master documents and work with long documents. Word Processing Core is the prerequisite.

BMD120 - Spreadsheets
This course introduces students to spreadsheets and to Microsoft Excel. You will learn how to work with different types of documents using a variety of core and intermediate features to create and edit professional. manipulating highly functional spreadsheets.

BMD125 - Spreadsheets Advanced
This course introduces students to advanced functions and features of spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. Spreadsheets Advanced teaches students how to work with sorting, pictures, graphs and other features of Microsoft Excel. It helps to develop advanced skills in creating and manipulating highly functional spreadsheets

BMD140 - Design Principles and Presentation
This course introduces students to the basic design principles and to Microsoft PowerPoint. IT helps to develop skills in creating and manipulating highly functional multimedia presentations.

BMD150 - Email, Scheduling, & Calendars
This course introduces students to email and to Microsoft Outlook. It helps to develop skills in managing email, calendars, contacts, and tasks.

BMD160 - Business Language & Communication Skills
This course introduces students to business English and the communication in a business environment.

BMD165 - Business Writing
This course is designed to provide students with all of the information and practice they need to communicate effectively in the business world. Business Writing features a stronger focus on technology with a new chapter on drafting messages for electronic media, new cutting-edge business content including social media and e-portfolios which focuses on grammar, vocabulary, and writing. You’ll discover how business communication differs from personal and social communication, and you’ll see how today’s companies are using blogs, social networks, podcasts, virtual worlds, wikis, and other technologies.

BMD170 - Office Procedures
This course introduces students to positive workplace values and various strategies and techniques to maximize productivity and efficiency in the workplace.

BMD180 - Customer Relationship Management
This course introduces students to customer relationship management and establishes the importance of customer service in relations to sales and business.

BMD190 - Records Management
This course introduces students to systems related to managing records and office procedures as it applies to office machines and protocols.

BMD200 - Business Management & Entrepreneurship
This course introduces students to the principles and practices required for business management and covers tactics used to motivate and manage people.
This course is organized to follow the life-cycle of an entrepreneurial venture—from concept through implementation to harvesting or replication. It moves further into the entrepreneurial process—discussing the business plan and also the unique aspects of managing and growing entrepreneurial ventures and small businesses.

BMD280 - Sales Strategies & Marketing
This course introduces students to marketing and establishes the importance of sales strategies in marketing. Students learn the high performance sales strategies and learn the effective ways to make that first critical hour deliver to success.

GEN200 - Job Search and Career Planning
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

HR Specialization:

BMD400 - Managing Strategic Human Resources
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD410 - Personnel Planning & Recruiting
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD420 - Compensation & Benefits
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD430 - Employee Rights & Labour Relations
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD440 - Employee Safety & Health
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD450 - Human Relations in Organizations
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD460 - Project Management Core
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

BMD462 - Project Management Advanced
This course introduces strategies for planning a career including strength analysis, resume building and interview skills improvement.

Admission Requirements:

  • Applicants must have completed grade 12 or equivalent, or have mature student status (at least 19 years old).
  • Applicants whose primary language is not English must also achieve a minimum of 60% on the CCC language assessment prior to enrolling.

By taking our program, you can qualify for the following positions:

  • Human Resources Manager
  • Human Resources Planning Manager
  • Business Management Consultant
  • Business Manager
  • Business Methods Analyst
  • Business Owner/Operator
  • Management Analyst
  • Organizational Analyst
  • Office Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Records Management Specialist
  • Researcher, Organization and Methods

Source:  Government of Canada

 

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