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Diploma in Business & Human Resource Management (DipBHRM) –

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12 Months

366 training hours




366 Hours

HR-related training hours



Before GST

Course fee is subject to 8% GST

402 students have graduated from this programme

The DipBHRM programme is specifically designed to provide executives and managerial personnel with a rounded and in-depth knowledge of HRM-related fields. It aims to enhance the professional skills and competencies of human resource personnel.

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Lessons are conducted on Mon – Fri, 2pm – 5pm

Course Content

Business Management ~ 30 hours

  • Introduction to Management: Managing & Managers
  • General Principles of Management
  • Business Communication
  • Motivation
  • Behavioural Science : Teams & Teamwork
  • Organisational Management : Power distribution & Authority, Leadership, Decision Making

Labour Economics ~ 42 hours + 3 additional hours

  • Introduction to Economics
  • Supply and Demand
  • Elasticity; Government intervention in the market
  • Background to Demand / Background to supply
  • Perfect Competition / Monopoly
  • Monopolistic Competition / Oligopoly
  • Theory of Distribution of Income / Market for Factors of Production / Wage Determination
  • Macroeconomics Issue 1: Economic Growth, Unemployment and Inflation
  • Money and interest rates

Quantitative Methods ~ 36 hours

  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Organisation and presentation of Data
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Probability
  • Discrete & Continuous Probability Distribution
  • Statistical Inference
  • Simple Linear Regression

Accounting & Finance ~ 36 hours

  • Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • The Accounting Process
  • Interpretation and Analysis of Financial Statements
  • Budgeting
  • Concepts of Financial Management
  • Investment Appraisal
  • Long Range Planning and Corporate Strategy
  • Case Study – A Practical Application

Law of Contract ~ 36 hours

  • Formation of Contract : Offer and Acceptance
  • Formation of Contract : Privity of Contract and Intention to Create Legal Relations
  • Formation of Contract : Consideration, Promissory Estoppel
  • Terms of Contract : Express Terms, Implied Terms
  • Terms of Contract : Exclusion Clauses
  • Discharge of Contract : Frustration
  • Remedies for Breach of contract : Damages, Specific Performance, Injunction
  • Vitiating Factors : Misrepresentation, Duress and Undue Influence
  • Vitiating Factors : Mistakes
  • Employment and Independent Contractorship
  • Contracts Rendered Void : Incapacity

Employee Relations ~ 36 hours

  • Concepts and Perspectives of Employee Relation & Framework of Labour Management Relations in Singapore
  • An Overview of the Tripartite System
  • Employment Act
  • Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining
  • Trade Union Act
  • Trade Disputes Act
  • Work Injury Compensation Act
  • Current Issues and Challenges

Organisational Behaviour ~ 30 hours

  • Relationship between Org Behaviour, Org Development, & Org Effectiveness
  • Individual Differences
  • Learning and Shaping Behaviour
  • Perception
  • Self fulfilling Prophecy
  • Team Development
  • Diversity of Workforce
  • Organisational Culture
  • Organisational Change
  • Organisational Learning

Human Resource Management I ~ 30 hours

  • Overview of HRM
  • Human Resource Strategy and Policy
  • Human Resource Planning
  • Job Analysis
  • Recruitment & Selection
  • Training and Development

Human Resource Management II ~ 30 hours

  • Outsourcing the Human Resource Function
  • HR Costing & Research
  • Current Trends & Issues / Managing Workforce Diversity
  • Performance Competencies
  • Performance Management
  • Career Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Rewards Management (Compensation)
  • Corporate Governance

Productivity Management ~ 30 hours

  • Understanding Productivity
  • Productivity Measurement and Analysis
  • Imperative for Sustaining Singapore’s Productivity Growth
  • Developing a World-Class Workforce
  • Manpower Development
  • Incentives for Skills Upgrading
  • Industry Development
  • Technology Application – Translating technology Inputs into Economic Outcomes
  • Standards and Conformance – Accessing the World Markets

Human Resource Information Systems ~ 30 hours

  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Information Revolution – Impact on HRM personnel
  • End User Computing
  • System Analysis, Design & Implementation
  • Issues in MIS implementation
  • Concepts in Information Systems
  • Human Resource Information System
  • HRIS (Personnel & Hardware support)
  • Key issues in Information Technology Management

Assessment Methods

Each module consists of 2 component of assessment. Students will be assessed based on written examinations and assignments. An examination for each module will be held at the end of each trimester.

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On completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management with Organisational Psychology programme, learners will earn 180 HR-related Training Hours/ CPD Hours (excluding Examination) that can be applied towards Application for or Renewal of IHRP certification.


Successful completion of assignments, tests and examinations for all modules will enable candidates to proceed with the submission of the compulsory Management Application Project. The Diploma in Business & Human Resource Management will be awarded by SHRI Academy upon successful completion of the programme and graduates may use the title “DipBHRM” after their names.


DipBHRM graduates are granted two year’s advanced standing for the Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management with Organisational Psychology (Top-Up) programme, jointly offered by Edinburgh Napier University, UK and SHRI Academy.

Teacher Student Ratio

1: 15

Certified By

Fresh Graduate

Minimum Academic Qualification

  • Certificate in Human Resource Management awarded by SHRI or equivalent
  • Certificate in Business Studies (CBS)/Higher NITEC awarded by ITE
  • Minimum 5 ‘O’ Level passes and at least 2 years’ working experience in HR
  • Minimum 2 ‘A’ Level passes and at least 1 year’s working experience in HR
     Those with other qualifications and working experience will be considered on an individual basis.
     Exemptions may be given to diploma holders in any other disciplines from the local polytechnics.
     The final decision concerning admission to the programme rests with the SHRI Education and Training Committee.

Minimum Age

Minimum Language

GCE’O’ Level credit pass in English or IELTS 6.0 or TOEFl 80 & above or its equivalent

Course Fees

Fee BreakdownAmount
Course Fee$6,500
Membership Entrance Fee$120
1 Year Membership Subscription Fee$50
Total Course Fee Before GST$6,670
Total Course Fee Payable After GST$7,203.60

Application Fee – S$108.00 inclusive of GST (non-refundable and non-transferrable, payable upon application)

Application Fee (International Students) – S$864.00 inclusive of GST (non-refundable and non-transferable, payable upon application)

All fees to be payable in full before course commencement.

Progression waiver is applicable for students who sign up for any other programmes within 12 months from date of graduation.

Please view here for the Miscellaneous Fees.

Instalment PaymentAmount with GST
Instalment 1$2,401.20
Instalment 2$2,401.20
Instalment 3$2,401.20
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