Certified Human Resource Management Professional – CHRMP

Certified Human Resource Management Professional - CHRMP 2

Certified Human Resource Management Professional – CHRMP

Certified Human Resource Management Professional - CHRMP 3

This program provides professionals with very competitive advantages in the world of HR; as they receive extensive training and gain an in-depth knowledge in this field. This training course gives the participant the boost to widen their professional skills and expertise. The preparation course provides human resource professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the six functional areas of human resource management as defined by the profession as well as increased understanding of management issues and risks. 

  • Advncaes one’s career opportunities
  • Offers theoretical and practical knowledge
  • Equip with the necessary skills and qualities required to contribute in his/her organization’s business goals and success.
  • Helps in developing problem-solving strategies and critical thinking.
  • Sharpens one’s strategy, planning skills, and helps him/her to become savvy in their field of expertise.
  • Gives insights on tools and techniques to support HR management
  • Professionals with experience in HR.
  • New HR staff
  • HR specialists
  • People who want to change their careers to HR
  • Business managers

Objectives:

Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
  1. Define the characteristics of effective HR management
  2. Define the main uses and applications of competencies in Human Resources
  3. Understand the importance of a competency-based training & development approach
  4. Explain the role of HR in performance management
  5. Define recruitment and selection and its importance in reducing staff turnover
  6. Develop an action plan to transfer the new skills to the workplace.

Topics:

I. MANAGEMENT PRACTICES A.
  • HR Roles: Advisory/Counselor/Consultant/Service Control
  • Change Agent Role/Reengineering and Facilitating, both content & process
  • HR’s Role in Strategic Planning
  • HR Generalist and HR Specialist Roles
  • Effects of Different Organizational Contexts and Industries on HR functions
  • HR Policies and Procedures
  • Integration and Coordination of HR Functions
  • Outsourcing the HR Functions
  • Environmental Scanning
  • Internal Scanning
  • Human Resources Inventory
  • Human Resource Information Systems
  • Action Plans and Programs
  • Evaluation of Human Resource Planning
  • Organizational Structures
  • Organizational Development
  • Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies: Action Research, Sensing, Team Building, Goal Setting
  • Survey Feedback, Strategic Planning, Visioning, Sensitivity Training (T-groups)
  • Role of Organizational Culture in Organizational Development
  • Role of International Culture in Organizational Development
  • Organizational Development in Response to Technological Change
  • HR Budgeting Process
  • HR Control Process
  • Evaluating HR Effectiveness
  • Motivation Theories
  • Applying Motivation Theory in Management
  • Leadership Theories
  • Effect of Leadership in Organizations
  • Leadership Training
  • Performance Planning: Identifying Goals/Desired Behaviors
  • Setting and Communicating Performance Standards
  • Measuring Results and Providing Feedback
  • Implementing Performance Improvement Strategies
  • Evaluating Results
  • Work Teams
  • Job Design and Redesign
  • Employee Ownership/ESOPs
  • Employee Suggestion System
  • Participative Management
  • Alternative Work Schedules
  • Role of HR in Employee Involvement Programs
  • Research Design and Methodology
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Qualitative Research
  • J. International HR Management
  • Cultural Differences
  • Legal Aspects of International HR
  • Expatriation and Repatriation
  • Issues of Multinational Corporations
  • Compensation and Benefits for Foreign Nationals and Expatriates
  • The Role of HR in International Business
  • Ethical Issues
  • Establishing Ethical Behavior in the Organization
II. GENERAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES
  • Definitions, Requirements, Proscribed Practices
  • Methods of Job Analysis
  • Types of Data Gathered in a Job Analysis
  • Uses of Job Analysis
  • Job Descriptions
  • Job/Position Specifications
  • Validity & Reliability of Job Analysis, Job Description, & Job Specification
  • Employment-At-Will Doctrine
  • Exceptions to Employment-At-Will
  • Common Law Tort Theories
  • Job-As-Property Doctrine
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Performance Measurement- The Criterion
  • Criterion Problems
  • Documenting Employee Performance
  • Category Rating Appraisal Methods
  • Comparative Appraisal Methods
  • Narrative Appraisal Methods
  • Special Appraisal Methods: MBO, BARS, BOS
  • Types of Appraisals
  • Rating Errors
  • Appraisal Interview
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