This innovative OXFORD Strategic HR Management for Police Organisations training course examines how to master the critical areas Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) with a particular focus on Police Organisations. SHRM is very important in the police organization because police officers deal with the people of the community as a visible symbol of government. Police HRM is complex and demanding because it involves the management of the police both on and off duty and the management of uniformed and civilian staff.
The essence of a dynamic SHRM system is getting effective optimum results not only in the short run but also in the long run through building and maintaining a satisfied, motivated and productive human organization.
This course will show HR professionals how they can contribute to the business at a strategic level and become a real partner in the organisation. This exciting course will bring you up to date on the latest techniques and approaches that are appropriate for the efficient management of human capital, with particular emphasis on the strategic initiatives.
This training course will highlight:
Best practices in HRM systems, methods, and services
Training, Learning and Career Development in a Police Organisation
Employee Reward and how it influences employee performance
The importance of two-way resourcing and recruitment for Police in both the Civilian and Uniformed workforce
Performance Management in a Police Environment
By the end of this training course, the participants will be able to:
Explain the importance of strategic human resource management
Formulate a plan to transform strategic requirements into HR objectives
Demonstrate an understanding of employee resourcing, recruitment & reward
Understand performance management in a multi-cultural environment
Illustrate examples of best practices in managing people
This Strategic HR Management for Police Organisations training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, and retention of the information presented. It includes stimulating presentations supporting each of the topics together with interactive trainer lead sessions of discussion.
There will also be practical sessions where participants have the opportunity to practice and experience course-related activities. Realistic and fun exercises, short video presentations, small group work, case studies, exercises, and feedback, will be used to facilitate learning.
This Oxford Management Centre training course will have a positive impact on the organisation in the following ways:
Enhanced human capital management
Staff promoting learning and development in the organisation
Build organisational learning company-wide
Improved employee engagement
Increased use of appropriate training methods throughout the organisation
Improved employee relations
By attending this exciting training course, the participants will develop practical and transferable skills in:
The new areas of HR critical to the job
Human Capital Management
Employee Reward, Resourcing, & Development
Learning psychology and learning and development practices
Ongoing professional development
Who should attend?
This training course is a suitably wide range of professionals but will significantly benefit:
HR Business Partners
Learning & Development Staff
Human Resources (HR) Staff at all levels
Staff who need to be competent in Human Resource Management (HRM)
Anyone who needs to understand the workings of the modern HR Department
Strategic Human Resource Management
Understanding Human Capital
The Development of Strategic HR
SHRM in Police Organisations – How is it different?
The Transformation of HR
PESTLE Analysis and SHRM
People Resourcing in the Police
Recruiting as a Two-way Process
Specialist Resourcing Needs of Police
Choosing the Appropriate Selection Methodology
Use of Psychometrics in Selection
Assessment Centres – State of the Art Selection
Performance Management & Reward
Performance Management in Police Organisations
Making Performance Appraisal Work
Efficient Use of Feedback
Understanding Compensation & Benefits
Implementing Total Reward
Development in Police Organisations
The Talent Management Model
The Training Cycle
How Adults Learn: Andragogy?
What are the best ways to train people?
Evaluation of Training Effectiveness (Cost Benefits Analysis & ROI)
Empowerment, Engagement and Change
The Context for Change in Police Organisations
Managing change or leading change?
Employee Engagement & Empowerment
Retaining Valued Employees
Personal Action Planning
OXFORD Certificate will be provided to delegates who successfully completed the training course
All Training Seminars delivered by Oxford Management by default are eligible for CPE Credit.