GMP1® global mobility training – Is professional development on your 2021 to-do list?

GMP1® global mobility training

If you’re new to HR or global mobility, it may have recently become glaringly obvious to you that the skills required for a role in talent mobility weren’t entirely covered in your university degree. In fact, if you surveyed a handful of the industry’s most accomplished professionals, the likelihood is, they all studied different majors and learnt most of what they do day-to-day on the job.

But that doesn’t mean there aren’t specialised courses out there to help speed up the learning process. The Employee Mobility Institute (TEMI) offers a range of global mobility learning modules that can be taken individually, or as a course for formal GMP1® industry certification.

TEMI’s global mobility training course, GMP1® is perfect for those in the early years of their global mobility career, anyone keen to make the switch from a generalist HR role to a specialist global mobility role, or those looking for ways to bolster their resume before taking the next step in their career.

The course offers valuable insights into the various global mobility function structures and the different ways organisations manage their mobility programs, as well as current trends and how they are changing over time.

From our alumni:

“This was a super beneficial course. It will prove very helpful as we build out our policy in a post COVID-19 world.”

Join hundreds of individuals who have completed their GMP1 certification have worked for organisations such as CSL Limited, Monash University, Thiess, Graymont and more.

Intake is now open for the May program. Demonstrate your commitment to ongoing learning and keep your skills up-to-date – register for GMP1® global mobility training today.

Published by: The Employee Mobility Institute, March 2021

About the Author:

The Employee Mobility Institute is Australia’s peak industry body specifically focused on global workforce management, including talent mobility. Its mission is to advocate, promote, represent and support the growth of the Australian / New Zealand Talent Mobility Industry.

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