HR Consultant / Partner Level 5

Course Overview

Our Level 5 HR Consultant / Partner programme gives learners the opportunity to combine essential theory and workplace experience with an industry-recognised qualification, making this programme the perfect choice for ambitious and talented HR professionals who are looking to make the next step in their career.

Over the course of the Level 5 Apprenticeship, participants will be able to advance their in-depth knowledge covering various HR models and practices, the functions of HR in the context of the entire business, and the external factors that affect HR.


Module One

Developing Professional Practice

Learners will gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to approach their role within this module, whilst also being enabled to assess their own strengths and identify a CPD plan, based on the capabilities required for ethical, business-focused and interpersonal conduct.

Module Two

Business Issues and the Contexts of Human Resources

In this module, learners will be able to identify and review the business and external contextual factors affecting the organisation and assess the impacts of these factors on the HR function. Also covering HR’s role in strategy formulation and implementation.

Module Three

Using Information in Human Resources

Learners will understand how to present a case for improvement based on work-based research, whilst delivering an understanding of what is considered good practice. This module will also teach the skills to identify appropriate data sources to support an investigation to evaluate the role of HR in business and its strategy, and to prepare and present a business case for improvement.

Module Four

Managing & Co-ordinating the HR Function

This module covers the purpose and objectives of the HR function within organisations. Learners will be required to evaluate the contribution of HR and understand how they can influence effective change management to achieve business goals.

Module Five

Resourcing and Talent Planning

In this module, learners will cover attracting, retaining and managing the departure of staff, with the aim being to introduce learners to that strategic approaches that organisations take to position themselves to be able to plan effectively. Key operational tools, techniques and practices that organisations use will also be introduced.

Module Six

Reward Management

Learners will gain a wide understanding of how business context drives reward, being able to gather and evaluate intelligence on a wide range of reward data, and show how it impacts upon business decisions. Learners will also be taught the perspectives, principles and policies of reward from a theoretical and strategic focus.

Module Seven

Employment Law

This module focuses on introducing learners to major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system. It’s intended to provide an overview of employment laws. This module will help learners understand and be able to evaluate emerging developments in the management of the employment relationship in local and international jurisdictions.

Module Eight

Contemporary Developments in Employee Relations

In this module, Human Resources professionals will gain an understanding of contemporary labour markets and the main sources of employment relations legislation.

Learning & Assessment

Over the course of the 18-24 month Apprenticeship, learners will receive close training from their 3aaa mentor.

During the workshop sessions, Apprentices will cover a range of modules that will be tailored towards their roles and responsibilities, learning about the concepts behind their tasks within the workplace and being able to develop themselves with key industry experience.

Programme Delivery

Please see below a list of delivery locations for this programme. The delivery schedule for each of these location can be downloaded by clicking on the View Schedule button. You can enquire on these cohorts by clicking on Enquire Now.

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Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include A levels; a level 3 Apprenticeship or other relevant qualification; relevant experience and/or an aptitude test with a focus on functional maths.

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