[Blueboard] HRC programs for the year

admuhrc at admu.edu.ph admuhrc at admu.edu.ph
Fri Sep 6 18:07:34 PHT 2002

Dear Ateneo community,

Allow us to invite you and your friends to our remaining certificate courses 
for the year. Below is a detailed description of each of our programs for your 
reference. Thanks very much for your time and hope to see you in one our 

Performance and Rewards Management
Sept. 25-27, 30 - Oct. 4, 2002

Leadership and Career Development
Oct. 14-22, 2002

Employee Relations and Well-Being
Nov. 11-15, 2002

Professional Training and Development
Nov. 25-Dec. 6, 2002

An eight-day workshop designed to provide HR professionals with the skills in 
designing and implementing a Strategic Performance and Rewards Management 
Program in their respective organizations.

Module I: Determining the Organizational Anchors of PRM

This introductory module presents a strategic perspective of Human Resource 
Management focusing on the importance of reviewing the company’s mission and 
vision as a first step to any organizational intervention. Learners will also 
be taught how to use the balanced scorecard - an analysis technique designed to 
translate mission and business strategies into quantifiable goals. Participants 
will also learn the skill of identifying core competencies as bases for 
developing an effective PMS geared towards employee development company growth. 

Module II: Performance Management 

The next segment covers three phases in a Performance Management System: 
Performance Planning – learners will be guided to come up with specific 
performance targets based on a particular job description or role profile; 
Performance Evaluation – participants will be presented with different methods 
of assessing performance and their respective biases and pitfalls;
Employee Coaching – through role-playing, this section will equip participants 
with skills in active listening to aid them in conducting an effective 
performance review. 

At the end of this module, participants are expected to design a Performance 
Management System for their organization.

Module III: Rewards Management

Learners will be exposed to the different traditional and non-traditional kinds 
of rewards systems which will aid them in formulating the most suitable rewards 
scheme for their organization. At the end of this module, participants are 
expected to present a proposed Reward System for their organization.

Cost:	P20,000 for corporate clients; P18,000 for non-corp. organizations

A seven-day course designed for individuals responsible for the identification, 
assessment and development of leaders in their organization.

Module I: Leadership

This module gives the participants a bird’s-eye view on leadership – its 
definition, its roles, as well as issues and challenges leaders of today are 
facing. Through structured learning exercises and group discussions, learners 
will be able to identify leadership competencies needed in their respective 

Module II: Assessment of Leaders

Learners will be exposed to the different methods of assessing leaders using 
interviews, performance data, assessment centers and personality tests. 
Participants will also get their individual profiles using the Harrison 
Innerview System. At the end of the module, learners are expected to come up 
with interview and observation guides through role-playing and simulations.  

Module III: Career Development

This module presents theories in career development and career and life stages. 

Module IV: Executive Development

The fourth module tackles methods in executive development, its structures and 
some best practices. At the end of this module, participants are expected to 
draft a training and development plan for a particular job in the organization.

Module V: Succession Planning

Participants will be taught how to create a succession plan and how to deal 
with some of the issues that revolves around it. Participants will be asked to 
plot a succession chart building up from the data gathered on the competencies, 
personality type and career development. 

Cost:	P20,000 for corporate clients, P18,000 for non-corp. organizations

A five-day program aimed at providing HR professionals with the concepts and 
strategies in cultivating and ensuring effective relations and employee well-

Module I: Managing in the Turbulent Environment

This module presents an overview of the Philippine and World Environment as 
well as Strategic Human Resources in general. Participants will be asked to go 
over their organization mission and strategy and assess their organization’s 
Philosophy with regards to managing employees.

Module II: Employee Relations

Learners, in this section, will be exposed to the Philippine Labor Laws and be 
made aware of the different employee/employer rights & responsibilities. 
Employee organizations in the form of unions and councils will also be tackled. 
Through panel discussions and case studies, learners will get a hands-on 
experience in coming up with strategies in effectively dealing with employee 

Module III: Employee Well-Being

The third module focuses on the factors affecting employee well-being. Issues 
such as stress management, human factors and work-life balance will be tackled 
in this module. Participants are expected to design a Quality of Work-Life 
Program suitable in their respective organizations.
Module IV: Employee Communication Programs

Employee communications is an essential element in ensuring awareness in 
obtaining employee participation and commitment. Participants will be guided in 
developing an effective organization communications program.  

Cost: 	P15,000 for corporate clients, P13,500 for non-corp. organizations 

A ten-day intensive program aimed at developing the competencies of HR 
professionals in designing, facilitating, administering and evaluating training 
in their organization.

Module I: Trainer as a Strategic Thinker
This introductory module presents a framework for Strategic Training and 
Development starting off with revisiting company mission, vision and 
strategies. Participants will be equipped with tools in organization diagnosis 
and know-how in identifying competencies. These skills will be used in 
pinpointing problem areas in their organization and prioritizing needs.    

Module II: Training and Development Needs Analysis 
Learners will be taught skills in depicting training and development needs of 
employees thru several data gathering methods. Participants are projected to 
come up with a training and development needs plan for their organization at 
the end of this module.   

Module III: Program Design
This module focuses on the actual designing of the specific training 
intervention that will address the training needs of an employee or group. 
Participants, in this segment, will be oriented on the proper construction of 
training objectives and the designing of the program content. An array of 
methodologies and aids will also be presented to assist participants in 
constructing their own training program.  

Module IV: Presentation Skills
Participants will be exposed to guidelines and skills in carrying out an 
effective presentation. In this segment, learners will get a hands-on 
experience in delivering actual presentations. Participants will also be taught 
the development and use of visual aids.    

Module V: Facilitation Skills
This module focuses on the role of trainers as facilitators of learning and 
change. Participants will be presented with the knowledge on adult learning, 
learning styles, active listening and feedback giving. Skills in facilitating 
focus group discussions, structured learning experiences and running meetings 
will be harnessed through simulations. At the end of the module, participants 
are expected to facilitate a particular group activity. 

Module VI: Training Administration
An important aspect of training is taking care of logistics and ensuring the 
smooth flow of the program. This module deals with the how-to’s of training 
administration. Tips on the pros and cons of the different room set-ups, proper 
coordination and preparation of pre-workshop materials will be taught through 
interactive exercises.
Module VII: Evaluation 
Evaluation is essential in getting feedback on how the intervention helped or 
hindered the employee in achieving their objectives. This module will 
familiarize the participants with Kirkpatrick’s 4 levels of evaluation and will 
equip learners with the skills in designing their own training evaluation.     

Cost:	P25,000 for corporate clients, P18,00 for non-corp. organizations

Discounts:    5% early bird discount (deposits made 2 wks before training) 	
             10% discount for every program attended within the calendar year 
             10% corporate discount for every third person sent to the program
             NOTE: Program fees include participant materials, lunch and snacks.

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