Updated: Apr 30, 2020
The Asian Institute of Human Resource Management ( AIHRM ) serves as the training and development arm of the Association. The AIHRM plans, conducts and evaluates the training and professional development programs of PMAP, in response to the needs of HRM executives and managers, officers and staff of member-companies, and independent HRM practitioners.
Throughout the years, PMAP has presented a varied menu of development programs focusing on specific areas of HRM practice. Non-curricular programs are the training seminars and workshops conducted on a monthly basis by expert HRM practitioners from the ranks of PMAP members. Whether for professional or personal development, members enjoy substantial discounts on all AIHRM programs and other development activities. For companies with specific training needs, the AIHRM also develops tailor-fit training programs and conducts these as in-house seminars.
Curricular programs, on the other hand, are the certificate courses conducted in PMAP-partner schools, and which lead to the completion of a Diploma in HRM (DHRM) degree. The DHRM program aims to fulfill the need of HR practitioners to sharpen their skills in HRM and expand their knowledge of the profession. The collaborating schools include San Beda College Alabang, University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P), Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan (CDO) and University of Mindanao (Davao) — to cater to our members and business professionals from the southern part of the country. AIHRM also offers graduate degree programs namely MS in Human Capital and Organization Development in UA&P and MA in People Management in Lyceum of the Philippines University. Aside from public workshops, in-house training and consultancy services and diploma programs, AIHRM also conducts special learning events. Here are some of the other events lined up this year:
Handling Unconscious Biases in the Workplace:
(February 28, 2020 / 1pm – 5pm / PMAP Center)
This learning session aims to encourage diversity and inclusion in the workplace from hire to retire. People managers need to have a better understanding of the effects of implicit assumptions and prejudgments. Discover best practices in reducing biases in recruitment and selection, improve skills for objective performance management and develop ability to monitor and manage your own and other’s biases.
Essentials of Data Privacy Law for HR practitioners
(Avoid Criminal Liability)
February 19, 2020 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
PMAP Center, Mandaluyong City
An in-depth awareness lecture about the Data Privacy Act of 2012 - Know your rights, Know your responsibilities and Know your Legal Liabilities
Data Privacy Law Writeshop
(ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW)
March 17-19, 2020 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
PMAP Center, Mandaluyong City
Specifically designed for people who want to start a career as a Data Protection Officer (DPO) or those currently practicing as DPOs.
It is a modular approach to which the duties and responsibilities of a DPO are detailed in the Five Pillars of Compliance. The session includes lectures, case studies, write shops and workshops with a two-hour examination on the last day of the program. At the end of the program, the participants are expected to least perform/finish the minimum requirements of the DPA for compliance.
All attendees of the writeshop are eligible to take the PMAP DPO Certification Program.
Dr. Rolando R. Lansigan, CEH, CHFI, CySA+, NPC-DPO
Former Chief of the Compliance and Monitoring Division, National Privacy Commission. Has conducted more than 300 talks and trainings on the Data Privacy Act of 2012 in national and international Conferences.
(LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity and Fair Treatment)
On June 2020 in celebration of the International LGBT Pride Month
Join us in creating safer and supportive organizations for the LGBTQIA+ community. We should all bring about a more inclusive working environment in our respective offices and promote the welfare and fair treatment of every member of the company.
The HR Innovation Summit 2020, now on its fourth year, is an event that will feature industry experts and distinguished practitioners here and abroad to share their knowledge and innovative ideas that will equip organizations in developing employees to thrive in the opportunities and challenges today and in the future. This will happen in September 2020. Venue TBA.
Aside from the exciting talks, participants will also have the opportunity to be introduced to new products and services from various companies through their exhibit booths at the HR Techxhibit Hall to help them future-proof their respective workplaces.
Richard Mamuyac – Training Head
Eshe Lalongisip – Training Specialist
Jae Moreno – Training Assistant
Aya Wenceslao – Training Assistant