Contemporary Professional Human Resource Management practices

Be exposed to both research-driven and practical perspectives to apply in your work. Network with other professionals in your field, while upgrading your professional skills.

RMIT University, a thought leader in Human Resource Management education, with strong industry connections and a global teaching staff, will be collaborating with Lee Hecht Harrison, world-class talent management consultancy firm to deliver this 5 day intensive course "Contemporary Professional HRM practices". This course is appropriate for HR professionals who would like to complement their on-the-job experience with formal learning; or professionals in other fields interested in a career change to HR.

Learning activities:

  • Field work, including company visits to key Lee Hecht Harrison clients
  • HR practioner presentions of industry case-studies demonstrating key issues and opportunities in HRM
  • Webinars and online activities 

Learning objectives: 

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Compare international HR professional standards and assess their application to an organisation
  • Analyse and interpret the external and internal context in which HR professionals operate, and the impact on practice
  • Demonstrate expertise in tools, tactics and strategies that can be applied to achieve the resolution of conflict 
  • Reflect and critique their developing professional practice

Facilitator Bios

  • Prof Pauline Stanton, Dean, School of Management 
  • Associate Professor Ngan Collins, Academic Director, School of Management 
  • Phi Dang, Senior Consultant, Lee Hecht Harrison, Vietnam

Dates and location

Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation this course will be delayed until 5 -10 June, 2020. We will keep this page updated with any further change to these plans.  

Apply for credit

After completing this training course may wish to apply for further studies at RMIT. If accepted to an MBA (RMIT Vietnam), Master of International Business (RMIT Vietnam) or a Master of Human Resource Management (Online) you can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for one elective, so you don’t have to spend time learning things you already know from your previous study.