The Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP)

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The Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP)

The Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP), (Ghana), brings together HR practitioners who work in both the public and private sectors of the Ghanaian economy.

The Institute was established in 1978 and registered as a professional body in 1981.The HR function has changed dramatically. The function has expanded beyond its previous focus on operational and administrative activities. In modern organizations, the HR practitioner is expected to add value to the business by designing and aligning HR strategies, systems, and policies with business goals and strategies.

Value addition HR practice requires the possession of professional HR knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes which come only with professional training.

Mission

“ To advance the practice of human resource management in Ghana”.

Vision

“To become a reputable professional body recognized locally and internationally”.

Key Objectives

  1. In the pursuit of its mission and vision, the Institute seeks to achieve the following key objectives:
  2. Formulate professional standards to guide the conduct and performance of HR professionals in the country.
  3. Provide a forum for regular interactions among HR professionals.
  4. Provide a forum for continuing education for HR practitioners.
  5. Provide opportunity and environment for individuals who aspire to become practitioners to acquire professional training in order to add value to their organizations.

Institution Programs:
Professional Certification Programme

The professional certification programme is designed to provide professional training for university graduates who desire to practise HR in organizations.

The HR function has changed dramatically. The function has expanded beyond its previous focus on operational and administrative activities. In modern organizations, the HR practitioner is expected to add value to the business by designing and aligning HR strategies, systems, and policies with business goals and strategies.

Value addition HR practice requires the possession of professional HR knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes which come only with professional training.

It is against this background that the professional certification programme (PCP) was designed and launched in September, 2002.

Visit their Website http://www.humanresource.org.gh

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