Certified Talent Management and HR Planning in Oil and Gas (CTM HR)
Venue: Al Khobar
|Event Date/Time: Feb 27, 2012||End Date/Time: Feb 29, 2012|
|Registration Date: Feb 27, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 27, 2012|
Program for their organisation. The workshop will blend practical and theoretical approaches, as extensive use will be made of CIPD research and best practice case studies to illustrate practical examples of effective talent management program and how these approaches can be modified and
applied within the specific context of Gulf-based Oil and Gas organisations.
â€¢ Understand the principles of strategic HR planning in Oil and Gas
â€¢ Understand the role of talent management and HR planning in Oil
â€¢ Develop a Talent Management strategy for their organisation
â€¢ Identify practical actions for how to recruit, retain and manage key talent in the Oil and Gas environment
â€¢ Recognise the practical challenges their organisations may face in the recruitment, retention and management of key talent and identify practical ways to overcome them
â€¢ Develop practical action plans for a talent management program within their organisation.
This course is delivered by an expert CIPD Enterprises trainer with extensive experience in the Middle East / Gulf, who has lived and worked in the region for the last 5 years.
The course will be delivered in a highly practical style with many opportunities for interaction between participants and the trainer. Where relevant, the key learning points will be related to case studies from the oil and gas sector.
All participants will receive:
â€¢ Course workbooks
â€¢ Certificates of attendance
â€¢ Lunch and refreshments on each training day
The Trainer: David Carey
David is an extremely personable, pragmatic and committed business consultant, trainer and facilitator with extensive experience in HRM and HRD. He has held numerous senior Training and Global HR positions and has had hands on experience in managing large and diverse teams. He has
had responsibility for all aspects of HR in Europe, Middle East, India and Asia. David has a proven track record of working with organisations to help them deliver innovative, cost effective learning interventions. He has extensive experience in the recruitment, retention and development of talent; incentive reward schemes and the
development of learning cultures. In addition, he has expertise in devising and implementing organisational restructures, performance improvement programmes, employee reward schemes and competency assessment frameworks. His contribution has resulted in significant improvement in key organisational performance indicators.
Who should attend
This workshop is suitable for persons who:
â€¢ are working in human resources in the Oil and Gas sector who wish to understand the role of talent management in HR planning
â€¢ are involved in HR activities, such as recruitment and selection
â€¢ have responsibility for decision making at operational, tactical and strategic level in HR or support individuals who do
â€¢ need an understanding of talent management to inform their role