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HR professionals take on leadership roles in human resources in both smaller and larger companies, structuring and presenting information in a comprehensible way and bringing in outside specialists when needed. Your skills also include mentoring employees or people who are looking for jobs. As an HR employee, you have a good understanding of business administration. The HR job description also includes the positions of personnel assistant and human resources clerk. In Switzerland, there are a variety of continuing education programs in the HR field.
Most popular continuing education courses in Switzerland
In most continuing education programs, the curriculum includes the following modules: Human Resources Development, Strategic HR, Consulting Processes, Stable and Agile Organization, Leadership and Digitalization in HR Management. Depending on the training location, the modules may differ.
If you take a professional examination as an HR specialist or HR specialist, it usually takes 2-3 semesters and the training is completed part-time. By passing a professional examination, you will receive a federal certificate of proficiency.
In the area of continuing education, there are still various CAS, DAS or MAS programs in the area of human resources. These courses take between 1-4 years to complete and are usually taken part-time.
However, if you want to go to graduate school, you can take a bachelor's in business administration, majoring in HR management.
For a professional examination, you must expect costs of 5,000 to 15,000 francs. The cost of a CAS varies greatly and ranges from 5,000 to 12,000 francs. The costs for the DAS or MAS courses are also always different. A DAS is between 15,000 and 30,000 francs, a MAS between 20,000 and 40,000 francs.
If you study at a university of applied sciences, the costs amount to about 800 francs per semester. However, this can vary depending on the place of education.
For a professional examination, a federal certificate of proficiency and work experience in the industry are usually required for admission.
For continuing education CAS, DAS and MAS you need a diploma from a university (bachelor or master) and also work experience for admission.
For most universities of applied sciences, on the other hand, in addition to the vocational baccalaureate, specialized baccalaureate or gymnasium baccalaureate, you must provide evidence of at least one year of work experience in a profession related to the field.
As a rule, HR specialists work in an SME or in a large company as well as in private and public employment agencies. They take care of human resources, personnel management and look after the social security of employees. As an HR specialist, you make the best use of the skills you have acquired.
After the professional examination, you have the opportunity to take a higher professional examination as a dipl. head of human resources or training manager with a federal diploma. By passing a Higher Professional Examination, you will receive a Federal Diploma, which is to be valued higher than the Federal Professional Diploma.
After a few years of professional practice, you can also attach a postgraduate study and train, for example, as a dipl. Human Resources Manager.
In Switzerland, the average salary as an HR specialist is between 80,000 and 110,000 Swiss francs.
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