Workplaces are changing faster than ever before and the demand for experts in human resource management is growing. According to the
Why study with ECU Online?
Flexible, Accelerated and 100% Online
Our degrees allow you to tailor your study to your busy schedule and complete your degree sooner than traditional on-campus study. Experience our engaging online learning environment with support from academics, Student Success Advisors and fellow students.
Developed with Industry Leaders
ECU’s Accelerated Online Graduate Certificate of People and Culture has been developed by academics and thought-leaders who are highly engaged with the industry.
Support While You Study
At ECU, you will receive the support you need to succeed when fitting study into your already busy life. Not only are our teaching staff supportive and attentive - you will also have a dedicated Student Success Advisor to support you every step of the way at ECU.
Who Should Study ECU’s Graduate Certificate of People and Culture?
ECU’s Accelerated Online Graduate Certificate of People and Culture is for HRM professionals who want to make workplaces positive spaces.
The Graduate Certificate of People and Culture will allow you to gain specialist expertise in the fields of Diversity and Inclusion, Wellbeing and People Analytics. Studying with ECU Online will allow you to develop a holistic, person-centred approach to workplace success.
2021 Good Universities Guide
ECU was rated five stars for Postgraduate Learning Resources.
THE Impact Rankings 2021
ECU has been ranked in the top 50 in the world for Quality Education, as well as the top 25 in the world for Health and Wellbeing and Gender Equality.
QILT Survey 2020
Postgraduate Business & Management at ECU was ranked third in Australia for Overall Student Experience and Teaching Quality, and second for Student Support and Skill Development in the QILT Survey 2020.
What You Will Learn
Prepare for the Changing World of Work
Build your leadership capacity, strengthen your understanding of contemporary issues in HRM and be prepared for the future of work.
Champion Positive Workplace Cultures
Become an HRM professional with a holistic, person-centred approach to workplace success and an understanding of the role of mental wellness and inclusion in the success of a business.
Develop Your People Analytics Skills
Learn to make evidence-based decisions through data analytics and digital HRM systems.
Upon successfully completing the Graduate Certificate of People and Culture, you will have the skills and knowledge to succeed in a number of roles including:
- People & Culture Manager
- Diversity & Inclusion Manager
- Employment Relations Manager
- Diversity & Inclusion Consultant
Working in a senior position in people and culture offers many diverse responsibilities, which can include executive leadership, developing and implementing wellbeing initiatives, and cultivating workplace culture. According to Seek, the average yearly salary of a People & Culture Manager in Australia is $110,000.
You can also continue your studies and fast-track your Master of Human Resource Management, allowing you to further develop your expertise in the field of people and culture.