Applied Human Resource Management
A Year of Living, Learning, and Working in Canada
Discover a lifetime of professional opportunity … from Winnipeg to the world. Applied Human Resource Management will help you advance your career or create new opportunities by increasing your intercultural fluency and giving you international work experience.
Ideally suited for internationally educated professionals with a human resources career choice, the curricula combines comprehensive human resource management training with targeted language support and valuable on-the-job experience that you can apply here to anywhere.
The field of Human Resources provides exciting career choices. Responsibilities of professionals in this field include attracting, motivating and retaining the most important asset of an organization, its employees. Human Resources is often seen as the link between an organization’s management and its employees and provides the knowledge, tools and employee services that make an organization a positive workplace. Completing a Certificate in Human Resource Management (HRM) prepares you for work in this field and is an excellent starting point for a rewarding career path. Additional career success workshops, mentorship opportunities, and a path to professional designation – with an industry recognized association, make Applied Human Resource Management (AHRM) an ideal pathway towards professional success in Manitoba and beyond.
Certificate and Letter of Accomplishment (LOA)
Who is it for?
- An undergraduate degree
- A minimum of a 2-year post-secondary credential from a recognized institution may be considered.
A minimum of a 6.5 Academic IELTS or equivalentThe complete list of English language proficiency requirements
- With an undergraduate degree: a minimum of 1 year of full-time demonstrated professional work experience will be given preference.
- With a 2-year post-secondary credential: a minimum of 6 months of full-time demonstrated work experience is required; candidates with a minimum of 1 year of full-time work experience will be given preference.
Complete the following application form and submit all required documents.
- Download and complete the Application form fill out the Application form (PDF) https://umextended.ca/abm-ahrm-form
- Include a translated copy of your academic transcript
- Include proof of graduation (official degree or post-secondary credential)
- Include a translated copy of your resume or curriculum vitae
- Include a letter of Reference from an employer
- Include proof of English language proficiency. (i.e. IELTS - academic stream, TOEFL pBT, TOEFL iBT)
- Include a copy of your passport
- Strengthen your resume: Gain a University of Manitoba certificate, The Certificate is a Certificate in Human Resource Management), a recognized university credential, and apply for a professional designation with the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) subject to their requirements.
- Letter of Accomplishment: Career Preparation to develop the soft skills that will help you succeed in the Canadian workplace: learn how to successfully apply for jobs, build your communication skills and begin to network;
- Ladder into a degree at the University of Manitoba: 24 credit hours of the certificate can be applied towards the Bachelor of Arts: Integrated Studies.
- Benefit from the Government of Manitoba initiatives for international students to work and live in Manitoba. To find out more, please check the website of the Government of Manitoba. To find out if you qualify for work opportunities in Manitoba, please also check the Government of Canada website.
- Application fee: $300
- Tuition: $13,740
- Total: $14,040.00 (Textbooks costs are additional and are approximately $1,000.00) fees are subject to change
You can register for courses either online or by email, mail, in person or fax. Please note, online registration is not supported on iOS (iPhone) and Android phone browsers.
Certificate in Human Resource Management
- HRM 0100 – Managing the Human Resource Function
This course introduces the strategic management of the human resource functions within various types of organizations. While taking into account recent changes in the economic, social and legal environment, it examines the essential functions of recruitment, selection, performance management, training and development, health and safety, counselling, union/management relations and compensation.
- HRM 0110 – Human Resource Legislation
Provincial and some federal legislation regulating human resource management will be discussed. The course covers matters arising out of the Labour Relations Act, the Human Rights Code, the Employment Standards Act and related legislation, the Canadian Constitution, the Worker’s Compensation Act, the Pay Equity Act and other related labour and human resource legislation.
- HRM 0122 – Recruitment and Selection
- HRM 0124 – Workplace Health and Safety
For most organizations today, the health and safety of workers is paramount to a vibrant and effective workplace; thus, HR professionals must have a solid understanding of workplace health and safety issues, policies and legislation. This course provides students with the knowledge, skills, and practical application needed to develop and ensure compliance to modern health, safety and wellness poilicies and procedures. Topics include current legislation within Canada, workers compensation, hazards, risks and interventions, and wellness programs.
- HRM 0128 – Measuring Human Resource Efficiency and Effectiveness
Traditionally, one challenge facing the HR professional has been the measurement of the apparently intangible goals and performance of the HR department, due to the lack of adequate data. Today HR metrics provide a method of measuring the effectiveness and efficiency of the various functions of the HR department, thus resulting in a financially-accountable department. HR metrics quantify the cost and impact of employee programs and HR processes as well as measure the success (or failure) of HR initiatives. This course introduces students to HR metrics and measures, which include the concepts of cost per hire, yield ratio, turnover costs, training investment factor and revenue factor. This course will also address HR audits, HRIS design principles and reporting.
- HRM 0126 – Strategic Human Resource Planning
- HRM 0210 – Total Compensation
- MGMT 0110 – Organizational Behaviour
This course is designed to increase your understanding of human behaviour in the workplace. Topics include leadership, motivation, group dynamics and teamwork, problem solving, organization structure and change management.
- MGMT 0202 – Staff Training and Development
- HRM 0202 – Labour Relations
This course presents the theory and practice of labour relations in Canada; specifically, this course examines the employee relations framework within Canada including its legal, political, social, economic and ecological subsystems. Key topics include industrial relations, union-management relations, collective bargaining and labour economics. Special attention will be given to the strategies that managers can utilize in order to work effectively and fairly with employers and deal with difficult situations in both unionized and non-unionized environments. Throughout the course, students will explore and gain a better understanding of how key players act and interact.
- HRM 0134 – Ethics and Social Responsibility
Letter of Accomplishment in Career Preparation
- MGMT 0132 - The Canadian Workplace
- MGMT 0138 - Intercultural Communication
- CONV 0208 - Pronunciation Clinic
- MGMT 0134 - Powerful Business Writing
- MGMT 0142 - Effective Presentation Skills
- MGMT 0136 - Networking 101
Support and Work Placement
- Language and Study Support
Work Placement Work-integrated Learning Project
- 175 hour internship placement
- Placement determined by resume and professional goals
How long does it take to complete?
What is a Letter of Accomplishment (LOA)?
If your plans change, are you eligible for a refund?
Do I have to take the courses in a specific order?
Is there a conditional admission pathway?
1. Fill Out an Application Form
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Download and submit a completed Program Application Form.
AHRM Program Application Form (PDF)
2. Gather Your Transcripts and Documents:
Your submission will include:
- A translated copy of your academic transcript. Photocopies are accepted for applications however originals are required upon arrival.
- Proof of graduation (copy of degree or diploma)
- A copy of your passport
- Proof of English language proficiency if not from an English exempt country. (i.e. IELTS, TOFEL pBT, TOFEL iBT, CLB, TOEIL)
- A copy of your resume or CV
- A letter of reference from an employer
Transcripts become the property of University of Manitoba and will not be returned.
3. Submit Your Documents:
Submit completed application form, transcripts and documents, along with your $300 application fee payment to: Student and Instructor Services185 Extended Education Complex University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Reserve your seat:
Your application will be reviewed and assessed within 5 – 10 business days. If you meet the eligibility criteria and if seats are available,
you will be offered admission to the programming you applied for. To reserve your seat, you must make a non-refundable $2,000 tuition deposit within 3 weeks of receiving your admission offer. Upon receipt of your payment, we will issue a Letter of Acceptance to you. If your tuition deposit is not received, your admission offer will expire.
5. Make final payment:
One month prior to your start date, the remainder of the tuition must be paid to the University.
If you are an International student with Extended Education at the University of Manitoba, enrollment in the Manitoba International Student Insurance Plan is mandatory.
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May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Applied Business Management
May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Applied HR Management
May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Intensive English Program
Paused until further notice
Important information to help you have a positive experience in Continuing and Professional Studies. (PDF)
Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies
Take your education to the next level and apply your certificate towards an undergraduate degree. Graduates of the Applied Human Resource Management (AHRM) program are eligible to use their certificates in pursuit of a Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies degree.
The Applied Human Resource Management is accredited by CPHR Manitoba. CPHR Manitoba members earn CPHR Continued Professional Development hours for completing courses in this program. Documentation to confirm hours earned is provided by Extended Education at the U of M upon successful completion of each course.