Enhance and update your knowledge of contemporary HRM practices from employee and employer perspectives. Professionals from any field, with at least two years working experience, are invited to join this short course.
RMIT and Lee Hecht Harrison present "Contemporary Professional Human Resource Management Practices" short course.
The course will explore HRM practices from the employee and employer perspectives. Participants will evaluate key HRM skills and competencies that might be required of themselves in a given workplace, and what would be required of organizational members, informed by business standards and practices.
On successful completion of this short 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
- Field work, including company visits to key Lee Hecht Harrison clients
- Lee Hecht Harrison practitioner presentations
- Webinars and online activities
- Prof Pauline Stanton, Dean, School of Management
- Associate Professor Ngan Collins, Academic Director for Executive Education program for HRM, School of Management
Dates and location
6-11 December (intensive), RMIT Vietnam, Saigon South campus