Asia Pacific – Human Resources, Asia’s only regional HR media & events brand, is proud to announce the launch of HR Academy, a regional training provider designed to provide high-level training for Asia’s most senior HR executives.
Featuring the very best world-class trainers from all over the world, HR Academy workshops will better prepare HR leaders and practitioners from top global and multinational companies to achieve world best practice for their HR organisations.
“We are hugely excited about the launch of HR Academy and are very proud to bring Asia’s HR community a series of enriching courses and training workshops,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources.
“Along with our conferences and awards shows, HR Academy courses form a complete suite of events produced by Human Resources.”
The HR Academy runs courses in an interactive workshop format, blending real-life case studies and practical examples with the expert knowledge and experience of external trainers to ensure maximum value is delivered.
Delegates will undergo intense learning and interaction with their trainer and fellow course participants, and will take away global best practices, fresh ideas and customised solutions for implementation back in their organisations.
“There are many HR training providers in Asia which all do a terrific job raising the skills of HR professionals in the rudimentary HR functions such as payroll processing and employment law,” said Kenneth Neo, regional producer of Human Resources.
“With the HR Academy we aim to complement existing HR training providers and fulfill the need for skills development on high-level HR strategic issues.”
Neo added that HR Academy trainers will be the highest calibre experts in their respective fields; world authorities and published authors with decades of international experience. “It’s an extremely niche area, HR Academy’s training workshops will only appeal to companies which view the HR function as strategic,” he said.
HR Academy’s first workshop focuses on next generation performance management. Entitled “Utilising metrics and analytics for optimal performance management”, the workshop will be lead by renowned HR strategist Jonathan Lavender and will run in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong in November 2015.
As with all HR Academy workshops, this session will be capped at 20 attendees.
HR professionals interested in learning more about the HR Academy can visit the website www.hracademy.asia or call the following members of the Human Resources team:
– Hong Kong: Che Fantonial, Project Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org, +65 6423 0329
– Malaysia: Andrew Subra, Project Executive, email@example.com, +65 6423 0329
– Singapore: Hemalatha Siranjeeva, Project Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org, +65 6423 0329