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Hr education institutes & professional associations of hr

  1. 1. HR Education Institutes & Professional Associations of HR NAME ROLL NO. Pooja R Patil 01 Ritu Karn 31 Rahul Kumar 11 Prithvi Lingh Honnesh 21
  2. 2. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development • Chartered Institute • Founded in 1913 as Welfare Workers’ Association (WWA) • Headquartered in Wimbledon, London, England • The organization has over 135,000 members across 120 countries
  3. 3. Membership • • • • • Professional Membership Experience Assessment Student Membership Affiliate Membership Academic Membership
  4. 4. Functions • Building teams' HR capabilities HR Planning & Staffing • leadership development programs • HR consultancy • learning and development solutions • in-house training programs for HR teams and line managers • in-house delivery of CIPD qualifications • case studies of work with organizations
  5. 5. SHRM Society for Human Resource Management
  6. 6. • We can contact society members for any queries related to HR issues in your firm. • Through e-mail, online live chat or by calling. • These members are experienced and certified HR professionals. • SHRM offers a website where anybody can ask questions and get answers.
  7. 7. HR related queries • • • • • Salary related Compensations Trainings Motivation programs Employee development
  8. 8. Objectives • Stimulate positive forces and enable people contribute their best. • To develop knowledge and skills relevant to HRD. • To gain knowledge through research and development. • To strengthen the HRD movement in the country.
  9. 9. CIPD VS SHRM • CIPD membership provides direct access to certification for those people who have appropriate strategic level experience of HR issues. • SHRM certification is available based on a minimum number of work experiences in human resources and passing scores on a US national exam
  10. 10. National Human resource development Network • 12,500+ Members • 30 Chapters • 9 Online Communities • Headquartered in Hyderabad, India • Institutional membership • Individual membership
  11. 11. Key Objectives • To generate, acquire and continuously develop new knowledge and skills related to HRD through research and development. • To disseminate HRD knowledge and skills among HRD professionals and practitioners, and share information and experiences relating to HRD.
  12. 12. To strengthen the HRD movement in the country by: • Assisting organizations and agencies in designing and implementing HRD systems, evaluating the impact of HRD systems and processes, and feeding back the results for improvement. • To act as a clearinghouse for all referrals related to HRD activities in the country.
  13. 13. Initiatives • • • • • HRD Excellence Awards Academy of HRD Research and publication Newsletters, Journals, Podcasts National conference
  14. 14. The Indian Society for Training & Development ISTD
  15. 15. INTRODUCTION Established in April 1970  is a national level professional & non-profit society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 has a large membership of individuals and institutions involved in the area of training and HRD from Government, Public and Private Sector Organisations & Enterprises, Educational and Training Institutions and other Professional Bodies. Affiliated to: the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations (IFTDO), Geneva and Asian Regional Training and Development Organisations (ARTDO), Manila.
  16. 16. PROGRAMMES Diploma in Training & Development : •introduced in April 1979 •is the only professional course for Training of Trainers in the country and is designed to meet today's training / HRD challenges. Awards: Best CEO award National Award for innovative Training Practices Best Member Award Fellowship
  17. 17. OBJECTIVES  To bring together individuals from Government, industry, education and such other institutions to evolve and develop improved and effective HRD/Training practices tools and technologies. Promote a better and more effective utilization of human resources through education, training and development Stimulate thought and efforts for the dissemination, exchange and furtherance of information, knowledge, research, techniques, materials, aids, skills and attitudes in the field of training & development Promote an understanding of training and development as a basic responsibility of management and administration.
  18. 18. Contd... Encourage or assist in the promotion of professional school and other institutions allied with the objective of the Society and other professional degrees, diplomas and certificates To institute and establish scholarships, grants, awards, and prizes to encourage study and research in the field of training & development Establish, organize or assist in setting up professional institutions, libraries, laboratories and exhibitions Co-operate with institutions, bodies and agencies having similar objectives, for the promotion and development of the training & development movement in the country Foster a feeling of fellowship among its members and to promote understanding and goodwill among all persons, working in the field of training & development.
  19. 19. FUNCTIONS Assistance for organisation of need based in company training & development programmes. Assistance in identification and selection of resource persons. Consultancy in designing and conducting training programmes. Assistance in the study and analysis of organisational problems with special reference to training inputs. Consultancy in HRD structure, systems, policies and processes. Opportunities for collaboration in HRD/Training
  20. 20. ACTIVITIES Training for Trainers Finance for Non-financial Executives Project Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Project Identification, Formulation, Approval and Appraisal Manpower Planning and Career Development Organisational Development Materials Management Technologies and Production Management Finance, Marketing and Personnel Management Evaluating and Bench Marking HRD ISO-9000, Total Quality Management Coping with Change for Working Women Managerial Leadership and Team Building
  21. 21. NIPM National Institute of Personnel Management
  22. 22. • Registered under Society’s Registration Act 1960. • It is an institute of professionals engaged in personnel management, industrial relation, labour welfare and human resource development • Est. 1980. • Located in Kolkatta
  23. 23. What NIPM does? • NIPM develops skill and expertise of the professionals and executives. • Through regular lectures, seminars, training courses and conferences.
  24. 24. Who is benefited? Extremely useful for: • Working executives • Self employed • Entrepreneurs • Job seekers It provides essential management techniques which are needed for industrial requirements.
  25. 25. THANK YOU