PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR:
Institution: Wodonga TAFE - Full Year 2015
Course Code: BSB41013
Subject: Cert IV in Human Resources
This edition has been revised and updated to align with the new
Certificate IV in Human Resources (BSB41013).
This is the only comprehensive text published to date that is written specifically to address HR certificate IV level units of competence and their related performance criteria, in a clear and systematic manner.
HRM Fundamentals, 3rd edition covers the following core and
1. BSBHRM404A Review Human Resources Functions*
2. BSBHRM405A Support the recruitment, Selection and Induction of Staff
3. BSBWRK411A Support Employee and Industrial Relations Procedures
4. BSBHRM403B Support Performance Management Processes
5. BSBWHS401A Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs to Meet Legislative requirements**
6. BSBWOR401A Establish Effective working Relationships
* This unit has also been written to address the elements of competence and performance criteria of BSBRES401A Analyse and
Present Research Information, an elective listed for BSB41013.
** BSBWHS401A Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs
to Meet Legislative Requirements, will also be available as a single unit
publication from HRVET.
Orders of 10 or more copies will entitle lecturers/trainers to receive a
comprehensive set of trainer or instructor resources that includes:
. Powerpoints for every chapter in the text
. Suggested solutions to all end of chapter questions and case studies
. Additional training resources (cases, templates etc) for each unit
. Assessment mapping
Rod Jones, MEd (HR), Grad Dip Ed, BBus (Mgt), Cert IV TAE, FAHRI, is currently Advanced Skills Lecturer in HRM, at West Coast Institute. He has extensive experience as a training manager, as an HR practitioner with state government agencies and as a management educator in both TAFE colleges and universities in QLD, NSW and WA. He has written more than a dozen HRM and management texts.
Sandra Martain, M.Comm, B.Comm, Cert IV TAE, MIRSWA, is a lecturer in the vocational and higher education sectors. She has worked in industrial relations, human resource management and training in Australia and overseas. Her positions range from union industrial officer to human resource manager in the food processing industry. She is currently pursuing PhD studies in industrial relations.