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Faculty Website: College of Business and Economics
Department: Department of Industrial Psychology and People Management
Programme Level: Continuous Education Programmes
Programme Name: Talent Management Professional Development Programme
Programme Code: S34TMQ
Medium of Facilitation: Part-Time
NQF Level: 0
NQF Credits: 0
The purpose of this SLP is to introduce HR professionals to the latest theory, tools and techniques of talent management. It looks at the changing context of ‘talent’ and ‘talent management’ and the strong business case for addressing it and outlines the features of a talent management strategy, including corporate strategy alignment, inclusive versus exclusive approaches, involving the right people, and the talent management loop. It also touches on implementing an effective strategy and the talent strategies needed to meet future challenges and opportunities so that organisations can build a high performance workplace, encourage a learning organisation, add value to their employee value proposition, and contribute to diversity management.
Introduce HR professionals to the latest theory, tools and techniques of talent management.
An NQF level 7 qualification in Human Resources Management, Industrial Psychology and/or related fields will be beneficial; A minimum of five years relevant experience in people management, or people development or industrial psychology is compulsory; and The successful completion of the Best Practice programme for HR Professionals and/or the Human Resource Business Partner Programme is beneficial but not necessary for admission into this programme.
Important notification to all qualifications: Please note that should you meet the above stipulated requirements, this would not automatically qualify you for the qualification. A further selection process will be conducted, upon which the College will notify you of its decision. Student number constraints necessitate a selection process.