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    Course Overview

    Organisations across the globe are constantly faced with challenges involving changing business needs, shifting demographics and workforce limitations. An organisation’s capacity to be agile and adaptive will determine its ability to respond and avoid disengaging itself from its workforce.

    This learning programme will help you to develop a deeper understanding of how job analysis and redesign is connected to workforce planning, and ensuring you are aligned to the people strategy. Learn and apply tools and techniques on how to enlarge, enrich and engage your workforce. You will also find yourself better equipped to manage stakeholders through the redesign process.

    Who Should Attend

    This course is suitable for HR professionals who would like to have a fresh perspective in organisation design and develop an evidence-based approach in performing job analysis and job design.

    • Mid level HR practitioner seeking to deepen knowledge in job redesign plans and process
    • Aspiring HR Manager desiring to learn more on stakeholder management strategy in job redesign work
    • Owner of small and medium sized businesses looking at mitigating transitional risk while driving business needs

    Focal Topics

    a. Understanding the fundamentals of organisation design

    • Role clarification processes for organisation, job design and job analysis
    • Defining job design and job analysis and respective processes
    • Apply the principles, purpose and practice of job analysis, job design and job redesign

    b. The principles of job evaluation and job design

    • Analytical and non-analytical methodologies
    • Develop job descriptions and person specifications
    • Approaches to job design
    • Techniques and tools for job evaluation
    • Evaluate unique job roles

    c. Implementing job evaluation and job design

    • Job evaluation best practices
    • Current job descriptions analyse for continued relevance
    • Job evaluation tools
    • Sizes of jobs against pre-defined criteria evaluation

    d. Action planning and presenting rationale with key information to stakeholders

    • Documentation that supports job analysis and job redesign processes
    • Job classification, Job rotation, Job enrichment
    • The rationale and supporting evidence for job evaluation outcomes

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    2 days; 16 Hours
    9am to 6pm (inclusive of 1 hour lunch break)
    *Registration commences at 8:30am on the first day


    SHRI Premises @ 137 Cecil Street, #09-08,
    Singapore 069537

    Course Fee

    Full Course Fee – $963.00
    (inclusive of 7% GST)

    Learning Methodology

    Course delivery is based on CIPD’s award winning instructional design approach:

    Engage: To develop interest by involving participants emotionally and intellectually
    Study: To focus on information and why theory is important
    Activate: To introduce activities and exercises to anchor the learning
    Reflect: To stand back and view experiences from different perspectives.

    Participants can expect an experiential learning journey that includes discussions and debates, case studies and scenarios, peer sharing and self-reflection. All designed to ensure you can apply the theories, concepts and tools you learn in to practice in the workplace.

    Whether face to face or virtual, our instructor-led lessons incorporate interactive teaching and facilitation, sequencing the learning in bite-sized blocks to aid retention.

    Course Benefits

    Job Analysis and Job Redesign will guide you in developing an evidence-based approach to job redesign. A mix of practical application and case study work will strengthen your knowledge and application in the areas from workforce planning to job analysis, job redesign and finally implementation of sustainable job redesign in your organisation.

    By the end of this course, you will be able to:

    • Understand and apply the fundamentals of organisation design to ensure effective job analysis and job design
    • Apply with confidence, sound principles and methodologies in conducting job analysis
    • Employ techniques of job evaluation and job levelling with representative job features as benchmarks
    • Stay relevant by mastering ability to determine need and use for best practices, concepts and tools in job analysis and job redesign
    • Analyse and present evidence-based rationale to key stakeholders

    Award of Certificate

    Participants must achieve at least 75% attendance and must have passed the competency assessments to attain the Statement of Attainment and receive a joint certificate from CIPD and SHRI.

    Trainer profile

    Yeo Keng Kiat

    Keng Kiat has over 30 years of extensive experience working in global multinational corporations in the IT, manufacturing and financial industries. In the last 12 years, he held leadership roles in HR, L&D and OD, driving strategic and operational programs in employee & industrial relations, talent & succession management, employee engagement, professional development, and corporate HR services.

    Before making HR his career, Keng Kiat’s expertise was in helping MNCs transform their IT processes to global best practices and training ITSM practitioners to operationalise policies. He also specialised in data centre automation, application release management and mainframe systems support.

    Keng Kiat is passionate about developing leaders to lead with wisdom and compassion. He is an ACTA-certified adult educator and holds a Specialist Diploma in Advanced Facilitation. He has facilitated corporate learning in topics such as leadership, diversity & inclusion, professional integrity and business communications. He is also a Design Thinking practitioner and has facilitated strategic planning interventions to enhance organisational effectiveness.

    Funding Information

    Employer Sponsored Self-sponsored Mid career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES)

    Singapore Citizens aged ≤ 39 years/ Singapore PRs

    Singapore Citizens aged 21 to 39 years/Singapore PRs aged 21 years and above

    Company-sponsored / Self-sponsored Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above

    Non SME SME Mid career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES)

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