Certified International Industrial Relations Practitioners (CIIRP)

The Certified International Industrial Relations Practitioner course is organized as a Special Country programme in collaboration with the Ghana Employers Association (GEA) and our International Partner, the International Professional Manager’s Association (IPMA) – UK.

The Programme seeks to acquaint practitioners with the requisite skill for Collective Bargaining, enhance their understanding of Dispute Settlement and also introduce participants to the best Industrial Relations practices. The programme will also offer prospective students the opportunity to become fully qualified, certified, and acknowledged International Professional Manager, an internationally acclaimed professional certificate

Modules
Part I

    Principles of Industrial Relations
    Collective Bargaining
    Human Resource Development I
    Organizational Behaviour

Part II

    Employee Relations
    Settlement of Industrial Disputes
    Human Resource Development II
    Occupational Safety & Health    

Part III

    Management Consultancy Practice
    International Case Study Examination

Who Should Attend?

    General Managers
    Heads of Departments
    HR Managers/Officers
    Administrative Managers/Officers
    Supervisors
    Union Executives
    Senior Staff Association Executives

Admission Requirements

    A good Bachelor’s Degree / HND certificate from an accredited tertiary institution or equivalent professional qualification in HR or related field.
    Graduates who want to pursue a career in HR or a related field.
    Persons who wish to pursue a career in Industrial Relations/HR

NB: participants must pass all prescribed modules (I, II & III) in the programme to be licensed as a Certified International Industrial Relations Practitioner. Lectures will be held as follows: March – June – September – December Weekdays: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays Time: 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Enquiries / Registration should be forwarded to:

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Tel:  0302-678 455 / 0302-678 449