1 CIPD Masters in Human Resource Management New programme for HRs
2 PwC s Academy and Nottingham Business School are delighted to announce the launch of another professional education programme for a Masters in Human Resource Management (HRM) and membership in the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the global professional body for HR specialists. This internationally recognized qualification in HRM builds upon prior experience of 8 years running this program in Russia and the CIS. About PwC s Academy Our mission is to help our client s staff to develop new knowledge & skills. We have been doing this for over 14 years. As part of a network of PwC Client Training Academies across CEE/CIS, we offer leading international programmes to develop the knowledge and competencies of professionals in finance, human resources and business management. Here in Russia, our Academy offers over 300 programs every year to professionals from major Russian, international and public organizations. About Nottingham Business School Nottingham Business School (NBS) is at the forefront of international education, especially in the area of human resource management. The school has an established reputation for providing high-quality CIPD courses and has been recognized as a centre of research excellence by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. NBS are also very experienced in working with key HR leaders in Central and Eastern Europe and are currently delivering research and teaching programmes in Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and the CIS. About the CIPD The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development is a globally recognised institute with over 135,000 members; of these, almost 4,000 are international members represented in over 120 countries. It is looked to globally as a leader in supporting the practice of and research around the human resource profession. Chartered membership is increasingly being recognised by large employers outside of the UK as a standard for human resource practice. Demand for CIPD courses and qualifications, particularly in emerging markets, is growing, and Nottingham Business School is a leader in the HR education field.
3 About the programme The aim of the CIPD Masters in Human Resource Management is to prepare individuals for effective performance in a variety of professional roles in people management and development. The programme content covers all the key functions of HR: resourcing, relations, rewards and training & development. General management concepts are also covered, as is the local business context. The Masters is achieved by meeting the educational standards of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development s Professional Development Scheme and leads to membership in the CIPD. Structure of the programme Workshop 1 Induction and Professional Skills. HRM in its Business Context Workshop 2 HRM in its Business Context. People Resourcing and Talent Management Workshop 3 Learning and Talent Development Workshop 4 Performance Management Workshop 5 Research Methods and Professional Skills Workshop 6 Reward Management Workshop 7 HR in International Environment All of these will be conducted in Moscow Workshop 8 Research Methods and Professional Skills. Professional Lectures (to be held in Nottingham) March May July September November January March May 2016 & 6 'Practicum Days' - examining topical business issues from an HR perspective, with practicing Russian &/or International HR experts. These Practicum Days will enable participants to examine, discuss and form opinions on current Russia business issues from a business and HR context and build these into their professional work. The topics covered will range from specific business issues and HR topics. These Practicum days do not form part of the formal assessment/award processes of the Masters/CIPD programme itself.
4 Assessment A variety of assessment methods are used on the programme including: formal examination, Written assignments, group presentations and consultancy role play. The Nottingham Business School HRM faculty Nottingham Business School s HRM faculty is one of the largest in the UK and is accredited by the CIPD as a teaching and research centre of excellence. All tutors are full-time members of the faculty and have substantial experience running CIPD and postgraduate-level programmes internationally, including in Russia and the CIS. Here are sample profiles of some of the faculty that will be teaching in Moscow: Lynette Harris Lynette Harris is professor of HR and Professional Practice at Nottingham Business School. Prior to joining the university, she was a personnel director, and she has experience working as a personnel specialist in both the public and private sector. Lynette is a consultant to organisations and the author of academic and practitioner texts and articles on contemporary human resourcing issues, including talent management and, currently, a government-funded project on developing innovative workplaces. Dave Doughty After working on and managing a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, Dave was appointed to the post of Director of International HR Developments. The establishment of this post reflected the university s intent to increase its international presence, with the HR Department at the forefront of this development. Dave has extensive experience of working overseas. He has managed international projects on behalf of the university in India, Greece, Zimbabwe, Iran, France, the Netherlands, Poland, and Bulgaria, and was responsible for establishing and managing CIPD programmes in Russia and Azerbaijan. He has also conducted master classes in various international locations such as Ukraine, Poland, the United Arab Emirates and Switzerland.
5 Pam Stevens Pam teaches for a range of postgraduate programmes at NBS, including the full-time MSc in Management, the MSc in Strategic HRM, CIPD programmes at the certificate and diploma levels, plus the HR modules on the Certificate and Diploma Management Studies. Until recently, she was the course director for the MSc in Strategic HRM. Dr Anne Sempik Anne teaches on a range of postgraduate programmes in the HRM Division of Nottingham Business School and is particularly involved in the professional programmes leading to CIPD qualifications. Regina Wojciechowska Regina Wojciechowska is a senior lecturer in the Centre for Management Development at Nottingham Business School. Her background is primarily in strategic and operational human resource roles, with over 20 years experience in the commercial sector, where she specialised in HR strategy, management development and organisation development, particularly in relation to cultural change. The benefits of the programme: What will you and your employer gain from the investments? Improved knowledge and competency in the following: implementing and managing effective people management and development strategies demonstrating a wide range of management skills, competencies and knowledge exercising greater influence within your organization demonstrating a greater understanding of the business environment helping attract, retain and develop the people needed for organizational success effectively managing and communicating organizational change. An internationally recognized Masters qualification from a leading UK business school. Associate membership in the CIPD a Global Professional Institute in Personnel and Development. Membership includes exclusive access to professional resources and tools; online learning journals and monthly magazines. Extensive library of HC professional resources and CPD tools. Membership in special interest forums and annual conferences and seminars. Membership in a learning community of key HC leaders from leading organizations in your country and region an excellent networking and benchmarking opportunity.
6 Feedback on the programme and faculty. What participants have said... This feedback was taken from participants on the Masters programme in CEE/CIS. A great inspiration for HR professionals, a very unique experience in the Czech Republic. I have a great reason to be proud and confident I am part of the CIPD. It is a pleasure for me to share with you my high appreciation of the quality of the programme and the professionalism of the tutors. The programme by now has met my best expectations. I would highly recommend the course for those HR professionals who want to keep up-to-date in HR international best practices and get a respectable international HR qualification. The best thing is learning to argue your point of view, not based on gut feeling or hearsay (as people often do), but based on previous research and facts. It also helps me day to day it so happened that we were designing a dashboard in parallel with studying HR metrics and scorecards. Result the right metrics on the dashboard and in half of the time!. I feel more professional since doing CIPD now I understand what stands behind processes, even such well known ones as PDP, performance appraisals. I feel like I can now see the hidden part of the iceberg. I feel more confident when discussing things and am able to build arguments based on theory. I think the most important thing that I m taking away from CIPD is the realisation that I (and any of us in HR) can make a difference and there are examples of success out there! CIPD is there not only to provide us with theoretical knowledge, but to help us change our mindset towards an idea that HR can and should be a business partner and a change agent in the organisation.
7 List of companies whose representatives have attended the postgraduate diploma programme led by PwC and Nottingham Business School in Russia and the CIS: BAT Mosenergo Nestle Heinz CitiBank Total System Services Chevron Renaissance Capital Unilever Coca Cola Conoco Petroleum Gillette Motorola Amec Linklaters White & Case GlaxoSmithKline Rolf The PwC Academy Environment The programme will be delivered at the PwC Russia Training Center, 10 Butyrsky Val, Moscow. Our dedicated training and conference center has comfortable and state of art facilities for focused studying. With full internet access, interactive teaching technology, comfortable refreshment areas and a rooftop terrace cafe, the training center is an ideal location for your learning. Our Academy support team will always be on hand to help participants and tutors during the programme. Entry requirements and fees You will need a degree, or qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the university, along with at least 4 years experience in an HR environment (or the equivalent). You will also need a good command of English, as all modules and examinations will be delivered in English. For further information (programme organisation, fees, etc.), please contact CIPD Coordinator Polina Ezhova Tel.: , To register, please complete the registration form available on our website and send it to our coordinator
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