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HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT

Human Resource Management is an area of organization management that deals with executing work processes in organizations, with an objective to provide knowledge about employees’ selection through the recruitment process, training, rewarding and assessment.
This course is developed course is in conjunction with the human resources industry in this country. You are guaranteed to learn with ease and finish fast because the program is brief yet comprehensive. At the end of the course, you will gain skills needed to be an efficient human resources manager.

Electronic Records/ Information Management-1- Certificate Training

Join us to unpack the seven keys to effective digital information and records management in today’s dynamic and challenging environment:
The movement toward electronic records offers unprecedented opportunities to improve business efficiency via cheaper storage, faster information retrieval and automation of records management workflows such as retention and disposition. But with new opportunities come new challenges, as the technical and business reality of electronic records and systems meets records management requirements that existed well before terms like “electronic records” and “digitization” became commonplace in business.
D – Direction and policy
I – Information for business needs
G – Governance and risk
I – Implementation
T – Tools and systems
A – Accountability
L – Leadership

Advanced Supervisory Skills Certificate

Advanced Supervisory Skills Certificate

No attention to Supervision?
Think twice
“Two employees were on the roof for some time with no precautions in place to prevent falling through fragile roof material or off the open edge of the roof. This accident would not have happened if these two employees had been appropriately supervised by management.
“Falls from height, particularly from roofs is the highest cause of fatal accidents.”
When a company has poor supervision, there is not enough responsibility for taking action for the prevention of problems, mistakes, accidents, and injuries. Poor supervision removes a very important part of the employee support process, eliminating the opportunity for reference, learning, and safety.