Human Resource Management (HRM) skills are used to create strategies that lead to implementing different functions in the human resources department of any organisation. and knowledge for instant application back in the workplace. Our programmes recognise the important strategic organisational role played by Human Resources. Expand your skill set in areas such as, recruitment and selection, training, employee and labour relations, training and development, performance management, emerging policies and HR planning. Our interactive programmes include projects and practical exercises to support your translation of theory into practice and develop your professional acumen to deal with core HR issues.
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Short Course Information
Short Course in Developing HR Skills
Organisations are made up of people: their knowledge, skills, attitudes and interconnections. The Developing HR Skills programme outlines the roles and functions of members of the human resources department as well as the importance of educating others outside human resources on how their roles include human resources related activities. Explore how the appraisal, feedback, counselling and disciplinary interviews provide opportunities to develop a more productive and constructive employment relationship.
Short Course in Training Needs Analysis
The process of making training meaningful and cost effective is a must in the current economic climate. Many organisations have wasted resources and training budgets on training programme unnecessarily, without conducting a proper TNA. Effective Training Needs Analysis (TNA) identifies training gaps or non-training issues. By acquiring the knowledge and skills of TNA, organisations will be able to identify the actual training needs and evaluate its implementation effectiveness. Knowing how to carry out a training needs analysis at organisational, department, job and individual level will give your training the purpose and make it worthwhile.
Short Course for Training the Trainer
When entering a training room, you need to be able to ‘walk the walk’ and ‘talk the talk’ to gain credibility and make sure that you are prepared for the training session and can access the tools, strategies and techniques in a fashion that elevates learning to a new level of experience. Keeping information fresh and reinforcing new learning is a constant challenge to the trainer. The workshop will show you how to optimise your training environment and training programmes to achieve outstanding learning results. Whether you need to train experienced trainers or infuse a little energy into seasoned professionals, this ‘train the trainer’ programme will teach participants how to determine the needs of an audience, improve classroom charisma, handle difficult participants, use activities effectively and more.
Short Course for Competency Based Interviewing Skills
The interview is a common tool for employee selection. However, many interviewers have never been trained and it has long been recognised that the common method of interviewing does not really tell us much about a person’s behaviour, competencies or level of emotional intelligence when faced with difficult and sometimes challenging situations. While we may say that past behaviour is the best indicator of future behaviour, we do not act as though we believe this when we are interviewing candidates – often because we are not certain how to ask questions that will tell us about past performance. In this workshop, we will address the importance of preparing a list of required competencies, the scenarios that can reveal whether the candidate has these competencies, as well as how to rate them. Participants will practise the pre-interview preparation, develop questions and their value, gain interview techniques that get specific, behaviour-based examples of past performance, and the strategies that follow through from this process.
Short Course for Interviewing Skills
The interview is a common tool for employee selection. However, many interviewers have never been trained and it has long been recognised that the common method of interviewing does not really tell us much about a person’s behaviour, competencies or level of emotional intelligence when faced with difficult and sometimes challenging situations. While we may say that past behaviour is the best indicator of future behaviour, we do not act as though we believe this when we are interviewing candidates – often because we are not certain how to ask questions that will tell us about past performance.
Short Course in Writing Effective Policies and Procedures
Writing policies and procedures is a challenge, even for the experienced technical writer. In order for any organisation to function properly, policies and procedures must be clearly written. They need to be accurate, brief, and easy to comprehend. When written correctly, policies and procedures can save time, eliminate frustration, and increase efficiency.
Short Course in Performance Management and Appraisals
Performance management makes sure that the employee and the organisation are focused on the same priorities. It touches on the organisation itself by improving production and reducing waste. It is the key in keeping an organisation and employee aligned, which improves performance and productivity.