Whether you’re already working within a HR role, or looking to develop a new career within the Human Resources sector, studying a professional qualification is a good way of achieving this. We offer professional accredited CIPD courses at Osprey House in Redditch and in Worcester which will equip you with a firm foundation for a successful career in Human Resource Management. Working in HR can provide a stimulating, diverse and exciting career with many advantages such as excellent career progression and the opportunity to meet and work with a diverse range of people and organisations.
At HoW College we are proud to have consistently excellent exam results. In our latest set of exam results we achieved a 93% pass rate which is against a national average of 65%.
Manager's reference for a CIPD level 7 student
As a current member of the CIPD I knew that when Becki was successful in the appointment to HR Officer she would be an excellent candidate to follow the CIPD route towards qualification. Becki has a reputation as a hard worker both personally and in work and has demonstrated this in combining full time work and study. Whilst studying she has grown in her role, always willing to take on new challenges with enthusiasm and professionalism. Becki has learned how to research with reference to current legislation and other organisation practices, assisting her to develop new policies and procedures that are conducive to the business culture. Becki certainly has more confidence when advising managers and employees, and I honestly believe that her knowledge base gained by completing the CIPD course has added to her credibility with colleagues and within the business. I would definitely recommend the course to a candidate who has the interest and tenacity to succeed.
Manager's reference for CIPD level 5 student
Since undertaking the level 5 CIPD course, I have seen significant growth in Tracy’s overall competence as a HR professional. Tracy has had the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge from the course in a number of work place situations which has developed her confidence and ability to think on her feet. This has increased her profile within our organisation and has seen Managers readily asking Tracy for her advice around people matters. Tracy has also really developed her analytical skills and has gained a solid understanding that you need to gather facts over feelings when it comes to gathering evidence of people issues and getting buy-in when proposing solutions. It has helped that Tracy thoroughly enjoys learning and has passion and enthusiasm for the HR profession and this exudes from her when she recounting what she’s been learning. Whilst Tracy is still relatively new to HR, she is continuing to develop into a well-rounded generalist, I have confidence in her ability to tackle people matters with integrity and sensitivity, underpinned by her learning from the course.