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CONFERENCE GALLERY

2018 BACHELORS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GRADUATES

UPNG MASTERS IN HRM GRADUATES

STUDENT CHAPTERS

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2017

ANNUAL NATIONAL AWARDS PRESENTATION

LANGLEY GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

BRUNNEL MASTERS SCHOLARS

Papua New Guinea Human Resource Institute

PNGHRI HEAD OFFICE PORT MORESBY



HR CORE COMPETENCY TRAINING


 

 

1. HR CERTIFICATE LEVEL 1 (25 TOPICS - 1 WEEK)

 

LEVEL 1: (5 days – 40 Hours Course). HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES COMPETENCY BASED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE. PROFESSIONAL AWARD OF LEVEL 1. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE IN HR MANAGEMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

 

Name of Course

Level 1 Professional Certificate in HR Management in Papua New Guinea.

1. The HR Profession

Today HR is at the centre of business performance. HR professionals have an important role to play in driving decisions that enable their organizations to thrive in both the short and the longer term. Where in the past the function delivered the fundamentals that underpinned the employee lifecycle (such as recruitment, induction and salary administration) supporting organization performance is now the theme running through HR’s work.

 

Recognizing that HR is a business discipline – and encouraging managers to view business as a ‘people’ discipline is crucial. This partnership approach is vital in order for HR professionals to be able to deliver maximum benefit to their organizations.

 

To ensure that HR professionals can deliver to this wider agenda, we’re seeing greater specialism. One example of this is in the area of organization development. The increasing rate at which businesses re-invent and reorganize themselves mean HR’s role in making change happen is in demand. Another example is employee engagement. Specialists are using data to understand and make decisions based on what motivates their employees to perform at work.

 

2. Course Content
  1. Value of HRM
  2. Business Case for HRM
  3. Strategic HRM
  4. Line Managers Role
  5. Organization Development
  6. HR Policies
  7. Recruitment
  8. Selection
  9. Contracts of Employment
  10. Reward and Pay
  11. Employee Benefits
  12. Induction
  13. Learning & Talent Development
  14. Action Learning
  15. Employee Engagement
  16. Employee Turnover
  17. Performance Management
  18. Health and Wellbeing
  19. OHS
  20. Employee Relations
  21. Diversity in Work
  22. Discrimination
  23. Employment Tribunal
  24. Redundancy

 

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2. HR CERTIFICATE LEVEL 2 (27 TOPICS -  1 WEEK)

 

HR Certificate Level 2 Course Content

Advanced HR Topics

 

  1. History of HR
  2. People Leadership
  3. Change
  4. HR Outsourcing
  5. Human Capital
  6. Coaching and Mentoring
  7. The Psychological Contract
  8. SWOT Analysis
  9. Stress and Mental Health at Work
  10. Employee Communication
  11. Management Development
  12. Dismissal
  13. Performance Related Pay
  14. Team Work
  15. Flexible Working
  16. Evaluating Learning and Talent Development
  17. Employee Brand
  18. Market Pricing and Job Evaluation
  19. Corporate Social Responsibility
  20. Pay Structures
  21. Sustainable Organisational Performance
  22. Employing Overseas Workers
  23. Retention of HR Records
  24. Pay Progression
  25. Understanding the Economy and the Labour Market
  26. Learner centred Courses
  27. HR Business Partnering

 

 

3. HR CERTIFICATE LEVEL 3 (70 TOPICS - 2 WEEKS)

 

HR Certificate Level 2 Course Content

Advanced HR Topics

 

  1. HR Advocates
  2. Digital workplace
  3. Change Capability
  4. Environmental Scanning
  5. 12 Predictions of the New World Order
  6. Global Asian Talent
  7. Professional Ethics
  8. HR Championing
  9. Public Sector Competencies
  10. Building HR from the outside in
  11. HR As Orchestra Conductor
  12. The Importance of Culture
  13. The future of HR
  14. HR as Guardian of the Future
  15. Stope Advising, Strat Leading
  16. HR and Transparency
  17. HR from around the World
  18. Think like a Marketer
  19. Move on from Inflencing
  20. From War of Talent
  21. Winning in the Mobile Internet Era
  22. Certification Leading HR Potential
  23. Great Culture can make it happen
  24. Strategic Workforce Planning
  25. HR Talent Supply has a Problem
  26. The Human Age
  27. HR as Organisational Leader
  28. The HR and CSR Partnership
  29. Developing tomorrow's Leaders of Innovation
  30. Finding our Resilient Centre
  31. The Wisdom of Women
  32. Taising the Bar on Engagement
  33. Drive Diversity and Inclusion
  34. Attracting and Retaining Talent
  35. HR Analytics and Metrics
  36. HR in a World of Pervasive Informatn.
  37. HR Disrupted the next agenda
  38. Workforce Analytics
  39. DO not forget about the Analytics
  40. Developing Evidence based HRM
  41. Optimizing Talent
  42. The future of HR
  43. Avoiding the Profession Trap
  44. Future of HR in Change
  45. HR Challenges and Solutions
  46. Cultivator of Organistn Paradoxes
  47. The HR Leadership Diet
  48. HR think Big and Bold
  49. To Usher in the Age of HR
  50. Balancing Respect and Opportunity
  51. Renaisance HR
  52. Hilton: CHRO Lessons learned
  53. What HR  needs to know in the future
  54. Developing HR in India
  55. Always Global, Always Digital
  56. HR as  a Business  Partner
  57. Succeeding as a CHRO
  58. Creativity, Innovation and Leadership Key
  59. Characteristics of Successful HR Leaders
  60. How do we get there from here?
  61. Leveraging Employer Branding
  62. Status Quo the Biggest Threat
  63. Acquiring Business Knowledge again
  64. How HR can get the Squeaks out
  65. Health and Financial Wellness
  66. Speak the Language
  67. Marketing, Measuring and Modern HR
  68. Tests and Trials to Certify HR
  69. Now What? Implications for you

 

 

 

4. HR CERTIFICATE LEVEL 4 (APPLICATIONS - 2 WEEKS)

 

 To be introduced