Advanced Program in Human Resources (PARH)

Contacts

Executive Education - Open Programs

Tânia Sousa

E-mail: tania.sousa@ucp.pt

Phone: (+351) 217 227 801

 

More Information

24th edition: started on May 5th, 2017
Schedule: download here (available in portuguese only)

25th edition: starts on May 2018
Schedule: available soon

Duration: 96 hours

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Program Description

In a knowledge-based, globalized and open to change society, human resources are at the core of management as being the main factor of comparative sustainable advantage.

Only organisations that have managed to align their human resource policies with their business strategy, integrate personnel and technologies, attract and retain the best talent, develop the potential of employees, involve teams in objectives, create performance oriented cultures and ensure a high level of quality in the professional lives of staff will be able to succeed.

The answer to these challenges is a shared responsability of managers and human resources technicians, all levels of strategic decision and all of those that coordinate all levels of work teams. As a shared responsability, managing people is more than a staff activity, it is a set of complementary skills of all areas of management.

Main Benefits

  • Fundamenting and applying the strategic dimension of HR management e application of the competences management models;
  • Framing the Human Resources function within cultural, economic, technological and juridical perspectives;
  • Understand and apply the main tools for managing personnel;
  • Acquire new skills for managing employees at the level of work teams;
  • Interpret the prospects for evolution and new challenges in this management area;
  • Share experiences with an exceptional teaching staff and a high calibre group of colleagues, from reference companies in diverse sectors.

Testimonial

Madalena Pestana

Human Resources Manager, Jerónimo Martins
Programa Avançado em Gestão de Recursos Humanos
"I also underline the excellence and dedication of the teaching staff, whose sharing and experience were fundamental for the assimilation of themes studied.."