Strengthening Effective Human Resource Development in Your Organization

Professional Training Course on 
Strengthening Effective Human Resource Development in Your Organization
September 01-02 (Sat-Sun), 2012
Languages: Khmer & English

Human resource development entails planning, implementing, and managing recruitment, as well as selection, training, career, and organizational development initiatives within an organization. The goal of HRD is to maximize the productivity of an organization by optimizing the effectiveness of its employees while simultaneously improving the work life of employees and treating employees as valuable resources. Consequently, HRD encompasses efforts to promote personal development, employee satisfaction, and compliance with employment-related laws.

HRD is the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, benefits, employee motivation, communication, and administration. Effective HRD enables employees to contribute effectively and productively to the overall direction and the accomplishments of the goals and objectives of an organization.

Human Resource Development (HRD) course aims at equipping a critical concept/understanding of the ethical implications of HRD in general, key principles, HR related-issues, practices associated with organizations’ strategies; and critically analyze and make recommendations for improvement of HRD practices in the organization

Scope of Program
  • Introducing HR Development
  • The HR Professional
  • Managing work and the workforce
  • Leading the workforce
  • Employee recruitment
  • Employee Development
  • Rewarding Employees
  • HR in Perspective

Expected Outcome
By the end of this course, all participants will …
  • Gain and adapt the essential skills in managing human resources;
  • Analyze and apply critical skills necessity in recruitment, selection and interview processes;
  • Receive confidence and competency in organizing and conducting staff capacity building
  • and development.
  • Map the competency processes and staff performance appraisal skills and methods.

Course Contents

I. HR Planning, Recruitment & Selection
II. Training & Development
  • Benefits of HR Planning
  • Job Analysis
  • Purpose of Job Analysis
  • Job Descriptions
  • Job Specifications
  • Characteristics of competent people
  • Surface and central competencies
  • Typical competencies
  • Internal Recruitment
  • Interview Rules
  • Common Interview Mistakes
  • The difference between Training and Development
  • Definition of Training
  • Training Needs Assessment
  • Training Development
  • Training Implementation
  • Training Evaluation
  • How does training benefit individual?
III. Performance Appraisal & Motivation
IV. Coaching & Mentoring
  • Main purpose of performance appraisal
  • Contribution of Performance Appraisal to the organization’s effectiveness
  • Why do we need to motivate our staff?
  • A case on employee motivation
  • Giving feedback
  • Receiving feedback
  • Benefits of feedback
  • Coaching Definition
  • Mentoring Definition
  • When You Use Coach or Mentor
  • Types of Mentor Assistance
  • Mentoring Functions
  • Good Mentees
V. Team & Trade Unions
VI. Work Ethics, Harassments & Disciplines
  • Types of Team
  • Characteristics of Effective Team
  • Objectives of Trade Unions
  • HR Ethics Activities
  • Definition of Sexual Harassment
  • How to prevent Sexual Harassment at work
  • What is employee discipline?
  • Progressive discipline responses
VII. Employee Benefits
VIII. Main HR Challenges
  • What is Employee benefit?
  • Why do HR Managers need to offer Employee Benefits?
  • What are Optional Benefits?
  • What is Sustainability Challenge?
  • What is Global Challenge?
  • What is Technology Challenge?

Training Methodology 

Presentation: Trainer will present the concerned subjects while participant is actively listening, and taking note. Participants will have opportunity to express their comment by asking questions and providing their personal answers.

Group discussion: Participants are assigned to work in small group by brainstorming, discussing, outlining, selecting, analyzing idea and it allows participants to contribute their idea/comments to the whole group, enable participants to respond and react to their contributions and allows individuals or group to summarize and/or raise their comment to the class as a whole.  

Role Play: Participants will have more opportunity to improve skills, attitudes, and perceptions in real situation, be creative and flexible with the actual condition also will assist participant to express their personal experience by role-playing.   

Activities: In order to facilitate the training period to be more active and in a friendly-environment, participant will be introduced with a variety of activities and allow participants to entertain, stimulate interest and alertness as well as recall of information and skills.

Case Studies: In order to assist participants to visualize what they have learnt into actual practice, many case studies will be introduced. Participants will have to work as a team to reflect their understanding.

Question and Answer: It encourages participants to discover their confusing and/or unclear part of the subjects and ask question to clarify while all participants could actively listen and absorb at the same time.

Trainer’s Credentials
Mr. Tep Mongkul possesses over 15 years of experiences in teaching ESL and training to improve high standard of implications for achieving institutional goals. He experienced in strategic development, school and education center management, program development management and human resource development.

Currently, Mr. Mongkul works as the Dean of English Department at Western University Kpcham and a Board Member of Academics and a full-timed senior lecturer at Western University Phnom Penh. His main responsibilities are to plan instructors’ schedules, book reviews, curriculum developments, and assessments of both the trainers and the trainees. He pertains to ensure the effectiveness, efficiency of education, curriculum development and staff capacity building. He conducts regular trainings and workshops to lecturers and prepares remedial classes for poor-learning students at the university. Furthermore, he is a weekend trainer and lecturer for some private institutions and NGOs, such as between 2002 and 2005, he was a lecturer at Norton University and 2008-2010, he was a lecturer of MBA classes at Build Bright University.

Mr. Mongkul’s past positions include Head of the Department of Human Resources and Quality Control at the BNN Center__ an Affiliation of Norton University, and program technical adviser to the KSL in Phnom Penh. Moreover, he used to work for the United Nations as the Conference Assistant and Protocol Assistant during the 58th Session at the UN Conference Center in Bangkok, Thailand and received a written acknowledgments and award from the United Nations General Secretary in 2002 as the Outstanding Conference Assistant.

He was also invited to attend the international workshop of Young Professionals in Tagaytay, the Philippines in 2005, and he was selected to be an exchange academic to the University of the Philippines in Manila in 2006.

Who should attend the course?
  • Those who want to enhance their HR training skill
  • Young leaders who need to develop their HR potentials
  • Anyone who is making the transition from staff to management
  • Those in management positions but lacking formal management training
  • People who are contemplating a career in management and are seeking a broader Knowledge base

What does the training course will be included?
  • Lunch and 4 times Refreshment
  • Group Photo of Participants
  • Training material
  • Certificate Awarded By: ACE

Training Fee: $59 per person
  • 7% discount for the first ten early birds before August 20
  • 5% discount of group of 2 or more people registration
  • 5% discount for ACE Alumni

Location   : #144EF, Street 143, Boueng Keng Kang III, Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh
Tel            : 092 142 606 / 023 63 22 093
E-mail       :
Deadline    : August 30th, 2012
Please hurry as only 30 seats are available!

All the profit from the training will go to support more than 400 unprivileged kids and youths fromvarious slum and poor remote areas in Cambodia!



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