Human Resource Managers urged to join CIPD virtual program for professionalism.

With the support of the CIPD, have developed emergency professional assessment standards and an effective approach to  programme with online systems and processes, such as Microsoft Teams, that you will use as an HR practitioner in future career

Human Resource Managers urged to join CIPD virtual program for professionalism.
President HRMAU, Moses Mbubi

Human Resources Manager Association (HRMAU) has partnership with the Chartered  Institute of Personally Development (CIPD) to enhance their skills through the knowledge they will gain by joining the CIPD virtual training programs. 
The studies according to a statement from CIPD  will include a range of HR topics, such as leadership, talent management and managing organisational change which they when completed will enhance human resource managers and  will have fulfilled part of the requirements for professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD).
During the launch of the virtual open day on Thursday 29th October 2020, experts revealed that through the use of the hybrid model technology known as Avado, will utilised the online learning to ensure learners their career to a higher level while safe.


They said the program with the support of the CIPD, have developed emergency professional assessment standards and an effective approach to  programme with online systems and processes, such as Microsoft Teams, that you will use as an HR practitioner in future career. 
“This training will demonstrate to future employers that you have the skills and knowledge to take on senior Human Resources management positions. You will study a range of HR topics, such as leadership, talent management and managing organisational change. When you successfully complete the course you will have fulfilled part of the requirements for professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD)” it reads
Recently the Human Resource Manager Association elected a new Governing Council to promote higher engagement and value addition to the community of practice in Uganda led by Stanbic Bank’s Moses Mbubi Witta who was  re-elected  for another two-year term. 
The president appreciated the outgoing Governing Council for an incredible job done and mentioned that he is humbled by the trust and support that has been extended to him and the entire Governing Council by the members of the association. 
“To the new colleagues on the team, this is a duty you have to execute selflessly – it is a duty that calls for your dedication and commitment to the execution of the plans that we have; before us is an opportunity to make change,” he said.