Virtual Workshop mode
Important information: Our focus is on providing a safe learning environment during the COVID-19 crisis. We’ve converted all our face-to-face workshops and courses into virtual workshops, giving you the same experience of facilitator support and classroom interaction, but wholly online. Please note that Virtual Workshop mode is facilitator-guided, as opposed to Distance mode which is self-directed and paced.
You can choose to study the BSB41015 Certificate IV in HR program part-time via virtual workshop or distance mode over a study period of six months. You can also opt for the 12-month distance learning option to study at your own time and pace.
There are no pre-requisites for entry into the BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources program. However, if you are not currently working in an HR-related role, AHRI strongly encourages study via virtual workshop delivery, or undertake the 12-month distance study option to ensure maximum opportunity for learning and skills development.
Discover what virtual workshops are all about. Join our free Certificate IV in HR Virtual Workshop Previews to get a taste: you’ll be able to speak with the facilitator, discover what virtual learning with other students is like, and what you’ll get out of the program.
Virtual Workshop Previews are 30-45 minutes long and are delivered via Zoom. Places are strictly limited - only 15 spots per preview - so bookings are essential. This is designed to give you the perfect experience of what a virtual classroom would be like (with only 15 students max per classroom).
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AHRI professional members, Certified HR Practitioners and Certified HR Academics are required to undertake continuing professional development (CPD) to maintain their HR certification and AHRI professional membership.
48 CPD Points are awarded upon completion of the BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources.
Throughout the program, you will have access to
For more information on student support, assessments and learning materials, download the Online Service Standards.
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If you have a concern with an aspect of your study program or decisions made in relation to your studies, these can be resolved formally or informally through AHRI's Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure.