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ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (BASIC HRM COURSE)

Why Attend

INTRODUCTION
Based on the fact that knowledge is the gateway to engagement, the ‘HR Management course’ is designed to build participants’ awareness and knowledge of the major functions that make up a modern HR department. Its modules are considered essential and include basic knowledge as well as the latest trends and keys to effectiveness. If you are looking to strengthen your knowledge, venture into a specific HR function or embark on an HR business partner role then, this course should be the first to consider.

 

$ 126.90

Event Date: 01/03/2024 – 03/03/2024

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29/08/2024 – 31/08/2024

Price: $ 126.90

Key Course Coverage

DAY 1

Human Resources Management (HRM)

  • Definitions and objectives of HRM
  • The main functions of HR
  • Characteristics of effective HR management
  • HR new roles: HR as a business partner
  • Examples of HR organization charts

 Competency-based HRM

  • Overview of competency theory
  • Types of competencies
  • The importance of competencies
  • Sample competency frameworks

DAY 2

Recruitment and selection

  • Recruitment versus selection
  • Defining requirements and attracting qualified candidates
  • Latest trends in sourcing channels
  • Types of assessment
  • Reliability of assessment methodologies
  • Types of interviews
  • Competency-based interview structure
  • The selection decision

Training and development

  • Identification of training needs
  • Design and delivery of training
  • Developing and evaluating relevant training objectives
  • Training matrixes
  • Effectiveness of delivery methods: the international benchmarks
  • Evaluation of training effectiveness

DAY 3

Performance management

  • The performance management cycle
  • The main components of performance management
  • Performance management versus performance appraisal
  • Management by objectives
  • Setting up a competency-based performance management system
  • Talent management and succession planning

Compensation and benefits

  • Job analysis
  • Components of a compensation and benefits system
  • A total compensation management system
  • Job evaluation: guaranteeing ‘internal consistency’
  • The Meirc factor points system for evaluating jobs
  • Salary surveys: guaranteeing ‘external consistency’
  • Forces impacting compensation and benefits

Careers in HR

  • Generalist or specialist: advantages and disadvantages
  • Academic qualification versus professional certification

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