Graduate School USA’s Human Resources Management curriculum provides federal HR practitioners, managers, and supervisors the opportunity to develop essential competencies in both general and specialized HR subject matter areas. Many of our courses are designed to help HR practitioners acquire expertise in their occupation, while others are specifically designed to help supervisors and managers understand and manage their HR responsibilities.
As a leading provider of federal HR training, we regularly update our courses to reflect changing regulations and requirements.
This curriculum covers a full range of topics, including:
- Recruitment and Placement
- Classification and Compensation
- Employee and Labor Relations
- Employee Benefits Administration
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- General Human Resources Management
- Human Resources Development
- Employee Retirement
- Personnel Security and Suitability
These basic, intermediate, and specialty courses help build the full complement of skills federal HR practitioners need to perform their jobs with excellence, whether they hold entry-level positions or have years of government experience.
Our three-level Certificates of Accomplishment in Human Resources provide the conceptual, technical, and procedural knowledge and skills needed by the successful HR practitioner.
All of Graduate School USA's Human Resources Management courses are taught by instructors with federal HR experience and focus on the real issues that confront today's practitioners.