Short course


100% online study

Offering flexible and convenient courses delivered 100% online by expert HR and business leaders to help you fill your skill gap needs in this ever-changing environment.

Face to Face learning will be made available at a later date.


Learn the fundamentals of the employment life cycle – from recruitment through to retirement – including current legislation and labour conventions that underpins practice. This introductory level workshop demonstrates how to integrate the processes of sourcing, recruiting and selecting the best candidates for the business to help achieve its goals. It will also focus on how to manage the employment relationship to ensure that the process of dismissal is conducted in a fair, respectful and legally compliant manner.

Key learning outcomes

Following the training you will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of implementing strategic recruitment approaches
  • Explain how HR planning and job analysis assists in effective recruitment
  • Outline the importance of orientation of new employees
  • Understand basic industrial relations legislation and a number of legal [e.g. EEO, privacy] and ethical requirements in the workplace

Who should enrol

This course suits HR professionals with between 1-5 years' experience who want to refresh their knowledge in this topic and managers and team leaders seeking an introductory course on workplace relations and recruitment.

Corporate in-house training

This course can be customised and delivered in-house, for up to 20 people, for a more cost-effective solution. To find out more, email our Organisation Support Team at or call 1300 239 642.

How it works

Course length: 2 days

Effort: 3 hours per day

Format: 100% online, facilitator-led

CPD Points: 7

States: Delivered online, nationally 

AHRI Members: $545.00

Non-member: $695.00

Enquiries: 03 9918 9230 /

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    • 9am - 12pm AEST

      Delivered online, nationally

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      Recruitment and workplace relations. This course consists of 2x 3 hour sessions on 29 and 30 June (9am - 12pm AEST).