HR Skills for Non-HR Managers Bundle

Three online self-paced courses | 9-15 hours to complete

Complete at your own pace
Early-mid career course

This skill set includes three professional development courses to help you support your most valuable resource – people!  

Course 1: Skills for Conducting Interviews

Did you know that recruiting the wrong person, who ultimately exits an organisation, can cost up to the equivalent of 6-9 months of that employee’s salary? Knowing what to ask, things to look out for and information to gather from an interview will lead to employing the right person with the right skills.

This course also covers interviewing style for grievances, disciplinary meetings and performance appraisals.

Course 2: Plan and Implement Employee Induction Programs

A well planned and engaging employee induction program is essential business practice and will help retain good employees. Inductions help staff understand the culture of your business the processes they need to follow and ultimately will support them to become productive more quickly.  

This course includes a step by step guide to establishing a customised induction program in your business.

Course 3: Deliver Training in Your Workplace

Whether you’re a manager, supervisor or a trusted member of the team, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be asked to train others. It could be a new staff member, apprentice or a current team member who needs to learn a new skill set, business procedure, technical software or machinery.

But where do you start – make a plan or dive right in? Developing skills around training others can help make the process smooth and ensure that the team members you’re responsible for training are getting the most out of it.

What You'll Learn

Recruiting, interviewing, performance and disciplinary meetings:

  • Key steps in the interviewing process including questioning techniques, engaging with the candidate and knowing what questions to ask;
  • The benefits of an interview panel or individual consultations;
  • The importance of appraisal interviews and remaining free from bias;
  • Elements to consider in a grievance interview;
  • Steps to consider during disciplinary interviews and action;
  • The difference between a termination interview and an exit interview.


Developing and implementing inductions:

  • Different types of employee induction programs;
  • The importance of an induction policy and how to develop one;
  • The steps to developing induction programs;
  • The importance of probation and feedback;
  • How to monitor and evaluate induction programs.


Workplace training and staff development:

  • How to identify why someone may need training;
  • How to plan training;
  • How to conduct a skills audit;
  • What are training goals and how to set them;
  • The significance of different learning styles in a training environment;
  • How to design a needs assessed training program;
  • How to assess the effectiveness of the training.

This course is ideal for

  • Managers, supervisors and team leaders in non HR roles who are responsible for delivering basic HR support to their team.

Skill Sets

MiTraining groups together courses into categories of knowledge, abilities, and experience necessary to improve performance at work and describes them as skill sets.

These skill sets may group soft skills (interpersonal) or hard skills (technical) or a combination of both types into a cluster of courses. Courses are clustered in such a way that they can develop transferable skills (those that apply to many or different career fields), combine job specific employment skills, or target skills gaps in identified industries.

If a skill set is accredited and is part of MiTraining's scope, it will be clearly stated in the course information.

$267 $227

Course Details:

Professional Development
Fully Online
3 months continuous access

Course Inclusions:

3 self-paced courses
Activities & self-reflection
Certificate of Completion
Student support

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