Event Date/Time: Nov 24, 2007
End Date/Time: Jan 25, 2008
Nov 20, 2007
HRM is concerned with fostering and developing winning relationships between the firm's management and its most important asset, the employee. This professional diploma is a practical approach to HRM. The program was developed out of consultation between HRM specialists and industry. Therefore, The Research and Commercial and Studies Center (RCSC) is pleased to offer the Diploma in Human Resource Management. The objective is to help participants develop a high level of competency in the PRACTICAL facets of HRM so preparing them for leadership positions in the HR function.
Course Objectives :
The aim of the Human Resource Management Diploma is to:
Bridge the “theory-practice gap” by combining professional experience in human resources with an academic core emphasizing reading, discussion, reflection and analysis.
Equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge that would provide a solid foundation for careers in the field of human resource management
Provide participants with a general qualification in the field of human resource management.
Facilitate the development of critical skills related to success in human resources.
Enhance the quality of academic research and consulting for participants studying human resources.
Outline the challenges that face the Human Resource Management in modern times.
Analyze the different dimensions of the Strategic Human Resource Management.
Explore different methods to manage workforce diversity, and explore the need for creating a supportive corporate culture.
Identify strategies for promoting and/or managing employees’ performance management.
The strategic role of Human Resource Management
The new challenges for HRM.
Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Managing the downsizing process
Value Based organizations (VBO)
Managing workforce diversity
Recruitment and placement
Human Resources Planning.
Job analysis and design.
Selection and placement process
Training and development
Employee's development and IT.
Performance appraisal and management
Promotions and transfers.
Establishing strategic pay plan.
Pay for performance.
Financial benefits and services.