THE first batch of human resource professionals is undertaking the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) professional certification programme, offered through the collaboration between Civil Service Institute (IPA) and an award-winning human capital development solution provider, K-Pintar Sdn Bhd (K-Pintar). The first phase of the workshop was held from February 24-26 at the Member’s Grill, The Empire Hotel & Country Club, Jerudong.
The first batch, comprising 17 women and eight men, is currently undergoing a three-month programme that covers the most up-to-date concerns and topics in human resource and people management. The participants were from IPA and Public Service Department (JPA).
The programme is delivered by Dr Kim Schofield, a fellow member of the AHRI. It is aimed at enhancing the competency of HR function to better support organisation leaders in managing their people. It provides essential pre-requisite knowledge and skills for HR professionals to expand their general knowledge and build their strong foundation in HR which is in line with IPA’s vision of providing training for the human resource development in Brunei Darussalam.