HR Administration Skills

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HR007 May 19, 2024 - May 23, 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 5000

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HR007 August 25, 2024 - August 29, 2024 Online $ 1500

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HR007 November 17, 2024 - November 21, 2024 Lisbon - Portugal $ 5000

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HR007 February 16, 2025 - February 20, 2025 Cairo - EGYPT $ 4000

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  • Upon Completion of The course, Participants will be able to:
  • Describe the work and structure of modern HR/Training departments
  • State why accurate and accessible records are essential
  • Describe the steps involved in a recruitment campaign
  • State the requirements for the induction of a new employee
  • Describe the uses of different selection and recruitment tools
  • Help to plan and administer performance appraisals
  • Plan the use of HR administrative and support systems
  • State the benefits of having an HR Strategy and long term HR Plan
  • Specify how Training & Development can contribute to the business
  • Recommend improvements to the way Training & Development is positioned in their organisations
  • Describe how best practice should apply to them in their situation
  • Apply the new analysis model to their work

The Delegates

  • HR and Training staff who need to be up to date and wish to attend a valuable course
  • Anyone who works in Personnel (HR) or Training Administration or wishes to start a new career in HR and/or Training and wants a complete overview of the department’s role and activities
  • Those who work as a Training  Administrator or Co-ordinator – liaising with line managers about training needs, organizing training events and selecting courses and trainers
  • Those working in Training & Development – including full-time trainers and also those in a line role with responsibilities for training people – who wish to enhance their knowledge and understanding of what is involved in these roles. Anyone involved in an administrative role
  • Managers in Personnel/HR and Training & Development functions who wish to assess new approaches – perhaps with a view to improving how their staff are managed and their effectiveness

The Contents

  • An overview of the HR Function
  • Roles and Responsibilities of the Administrator
  • Typical HR department structures
  • Centralised versus distributed HR
  • The HR service centre concept
  • Where the department fits in the organisation
  • HR jobs and systems
  • Qualifications and professional study
  • Working with Employees and Job Analysis
  • Terms and Conditions of Employment
  • Rights and obligations of employers and employees
  • Health and safety
  • Complying with employment law
  • Job Analysis
  • Developing Job Descriptions and Person Specifications
  • The use and application of Job Analysis information
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • HR Planning
  • Recruitment process
  • Recruitment sources and methods
  • Selection process
  • The Application and CV’s
  • Assessment and development centres
  • Aptitude tests
  • Psychometric profiling
  • Reference checking and screening
  • Contracts and offers
  • Training and Development
  • Training Administration
  • Induction and basic job training for new employees
  • The science of adult learning
  • Learning styles
  • The Training co-ordinator
  • The Training cycle
  • Validation and Evaluation
  • Performance Management :
  • The Performance Appraisal
  • Administration requirements
  • Links to salary increase and bonus
  • The pros and cons of performance appraisals
  • Pay and reward, compensation and benefits
  • Salary structures
  • Payroll administration
  • The ILM Certificate and Assessment
  • Personal action planning
  • The Contribution of Training & Development to the Business
  • Understanding the change in organisations – video and exercise
  • Aligning Training & Development, HR with business needs
  • Positioning Training & Development strategically
  • Examining the relationship between Training & Development activities and organisational success
  • The Role of the Training Co-ordinator – New approaches
  • Moving from tactical administrator to an agent of change
  • Maintaining professional standards
  • Understanding the business
    Taking account of individuals’ preferred learning styles – questionnaire and exercise
  • Marketing, consultancy and networking
  • Using the new evaluation and quality control model
  • Application of the 10 step model – case study
  • Seeking improvement through – trainer style, delivery methods and alternative delivery methods
  • How to produce results – evaluation in action – case studies and worked examples
  • Developing the Role of the Training Co-ordinator – Practical actions
  • Producing results and giving feedback
  • Individual action planning, with mini presentation on back at work actions
  • Presentation of certificates .
  • Course assessment  .

The Discount

10% in case of Three P. (or more)