The Institute for Human Resource Professionals (IHRP) is the HR professional body, set up by the tripartite partners: the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF).
IHRP is the only HR professional body in Singapore authorised to implement the national HR credentials, which is known as the IHRP Certification.
IHRP has the goal of setting the HR standards of excellence and enabling human capital development in enterprises. Through the IHRP Certification, IHRP aims to enhance the competencies of HR professionals, as well as create developmental and professional pathways for them. This will professionalise and strengthen the HR profession practice in Singapore, allowing HR professionals to be key enablers in their organisations.
For more details, please visit IHRP website
List of SHRI’s Short Courses Accredited by IHRP
This course targets to enhance your knowledge, capability and strengthen the HR professional practice in Singapore, as managing and harnessing the talent and industry of employees have become the cornerstone to achieving an organisation’s business goals. This journey embarks with in depth understanding of the rights and obligations of employers and employees under Singapore’s legal framework and their practical aspects.
The 2-day Short Course aims to provide learners with knowledge and skills for human resource Analysis capability to equip them in making important decisions relating to enhancing people’s capability which must be data-based and evidence based using people related metrics.
The 2-day Short Course explores and evaluates the various Emerging Technologies that affect the effectiveness and efficiencies of human resource service delivery. The module aims to deliver effective HR services in a cost efficient manner through an optimal and customer-centric service delivery operating model.
This 1-day Short Course would provide participants with a strong foundation to the factors that drive and obstruct effective communication, and to be able to plan and conduct conversations strategically with business leaders. The examples and cases discussed in the workshop would be relevant to the business environment that a HRBP would operate in. Each participant would also takeaway a good understanding of his or her own communication style using a commonly used profile assessment.
This 1-day workshop will equip participants with crucial competences to manage voluntary employee exits (such as resignations) and involuntary employee exits (termination by organisation, dismissal, termination due to economic restructuring, health, disability, death, etc.) to ensure separation is conducted in a professional manner, leaving employee with a positive association with the organisation upon their departure.