FSMC 006 - Human Resources Management

FSMC 006 - Human Resources Management 

This course provides an overview of Human Resources responsibilities. The importance of a strong partnership between the HR professional and Fire Administration staff will be emphasized. Insight into organizational vulnerabilities that are exposed when HR issues are ignored will be provided to the participant. Topics covered include overviews of discipline, organizational development, change management, performance management, succession planning, talent acquisition, human rights, accommodation, and presumptive legislation. 
 
This course is part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate program, and counts as one (1) of the twelve (12) compulsory courses required towards the certificate.
 
A minimum of 20 participants must be registered in order for the course to proceed.
FSMC 006 - Human Resources Management
ONLINE Course Date:  March 21 - April 17, 2022 SOLD OUT!
Course Hours: 20
Instructor: Erin O'Flynn

This course is part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate program, and counts as one (1) of the twelve (12) compulsory courses required towards the certificate.
 
Additional Information: Once registered course specifics like modules, marking, etc will all be available approximately one week prior to course start date when registered students receive instructions to log on to MyHumber/BlackBoard.
 
MANDATORY:  NEW PROCESS - Your registration MUST include your date of birth, your Humber student ID number (N#) and your Destiny # (X#) in the additional information box below or it will be rejected.
 
Course Description   
 
This course provides an overview of Human Resources responsibilities. The importance of a strong partnership between the HR professional and Fire Administration staff will be emphasized. Insight into organizational vulnerabilities that are exposed when HR issues are ignored will be provided to the participant. Topics covered include overviews of discipline, organizational development, change management, performance management, succession planning, talent acquisition, human rights, accommodation, and presumptive legislation.