Rebranding Government through the Human Resource
Course Code HR Inspire (Batch 4)
Course Schedule 23-27 October 2017 (8:30 AM - 5:30 PM daily)
Deadline for Reg 16 October 2017 (or earlier when slots are filled / 50 slots only)
Training Investment PHP 12,500/participant (inclusive of lunch and snacks, training kit,
Course Manager Mr. Prejean A. Prieto (mobile: 09175651884)
Tel (2) 928.3914 | (2) 925.7422
Human resources are critical components of any organization. They run organizational policies, ensure implementation of programs, operate the machines and equipment that get things done efficiently, and many other functions in the organization. Thus, it is important to ensure that the quality of their work supports what the organization seeks to achieve.
It is in this context that the role of the Human Resource Management Department or Office (HRMD or HRMO) is significant in hiring and maintaining highly competitive, dynamic and motivated human resources. The HRMD/O is responsible for crafting HR policies, ensuring that these policies are followed, and introducing innovations that make human resources and their organization more productive.
Thus, CLRG is conducting HR Inspire, a course that seeks to enhance the knowledge and skills of government human resource practitioners, inspire their HRMDs or HRMOs to adopt innovative programs for their local governments/ agencies, improve their image as a human resource unit and rebrand their LGUs/ agencies in general.
HR Inspire has four modules which look at:
For official invitations, you may email your contact details (Full Name, LGU and designation, email address and landline & mobile numbers) to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "HR Inspire."