TEMI – Global Talent Mobility Training Courses

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Global Mobility Certified

The Employee Mobility Institute ( TEMI ) offers a range of  Talent Mobility and Global Workforce Management Training Programs.

The Global Mobility Professional GMP1® is the only global mobility training program available in Australia to provide a professional accreditation upon successful completion.

The GMP1 program is unique that combines theory with practical content, exploring the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge required to help you effectively manage your organisations Talent Mobility Program!

The below courses can be taken as stand alone courses or as part of the Global Mobility Professional ( GMP1 )® accreditation program.

A Multi-disciplinary Exploration Into Strategic and Operational Talent Mobility Management

Unit 1

Manage A Mobile Workforce

This GMP1 ® Unit explores the broad principles of Global Mobility, examines the alignment between Talent Mobility and the broader Talent Agenda, looks into emerging cross border move types, the impact these are having on policy design and examines the global organisational work models and how these are changing to become more agile.

Module GMP1101 – Employee Mobility And The Global Business Environment

  • Explore key mobility drivers
  • The regulatory governance framework that underpins a mobility program
  • Mobility integrations within the Business

Module GMP1102 – Supporting Agile Workforces

  • Common Terminology
  • Traditional Move Types
  • Influences Driving Current Change
  • Development of talent strategies that promote workforce agility
Module GMP1103 – Organisational Work Models and their Impact on Talent Mobility
  • How structure impacts organisational agility
  • Current work models utilised by global businesses
  • Advantages and disadvantages of work models
  • Determining the best structure to support Talent Mobility
Module GMP1104 – Effective application of policy and process
  • Aligning talent mobility with organisational strategy
  • Policy design approaches and key considerations
  • Essential Policy elements

You Will:

  • Explore the broad principles of Global Mobility and the key mobility drivers
  • Examine the link between Mobility and an organisations Talent Agenda
  • Discover how mobility integrates into the broader business
  • Learn about traditional and emerging cross border movements and how policy design is changing to reflect these trends
  • Look at the different organisational work models used globally to support a mobile workforce and how these are changing to become more agile

You can choose to complete

a) the individual unit as a stand alone course, or

b) the Unit as part of the GMP1 accreditation program.

Discounted rates are available for Groups of two or more from the same organisation or for those who register for the GMP1 accreditation program.

All units are run in line with the Semester Timetable and Course Dates

Yes –

Regular knowledge checks are carried out throughout each Unit, as is a Final Unit Assessment.

Upon successful completion of the Unit Assessment, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

To earn your GMP1 industry designation, participants must pass all four units of study.

Unit 2

Navigate The Mobility Lifecycle

This GMP1 ® Unit explores the mobility life-cycle, academic theories underpinning a successful Talent Mobility Program and the emerging model shift transforming the mobility supply chain and how organisations manage their Talent Mobility Program.

Module GMP1201 – The Culturally Diverse Workplace

  • Explore the development of a global mindset
  • Delve into the definition of culture and cultural diversity
  • Introduce academic theories and frameworks supporting cultural diversity

Module GMP1202 – The Mobility Lifecycle

  • Identify and explore the mobility lifecycle from Candidate Selection to Demobilisation
  • Explore lifecycle sub-categories and associated core operational activities
  • Discover the impact on the organisations Talent Agenda
Module GMP1203 – Mastering the Mobility Supply Chain
  • Gain an insight into the wide range of stakeholders involved in the mobility supply chain
  • Explore stakeholder relationship models and factors challenging traditional models
  • Discuss key factors to consider when sourcing and engaging supply chain organisations
  • Deep dive into three business critical supply chain elements
  • Identify 8 key elements required for the mobility supply chain to operate effectively
Module GMP1204 – The Employee Experience
  • Introduction to academic theories that underpin the employee experience
  • Explore business obligations versus employee needs
  • Workshop strategies for success
  • Consider how to effectively manage the employee experience

You Will:

  • Explore the importance of a global mindset and cultural diversity
  • Delve into each phase of the mobility lifecycle from Candidate Selection to Demobilisation
  • Discover how to master the mobility supply chain, exploring three business critical elements
  • Learn how to balance the employee experience whilst meeting business obligations

You can choose to complete

a) the individual unit as a stand alone course, or

b) the Unit as part of the GMP1 accreditation program.

Discounted rates are available for Groups of two or more from the same organisation or for those who register for the GMP1 accreditation program.

All units are run in line with the Semester Timetable and Course Dates

Yes –

Regular knowledge checks are carried out throughout each Unit, as is a Final Unit Assessment.

Upon successful completion of the Unit Assessment, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

To earn your GMP1 industry designation, participants must pass all four units of study.

Unit 3

Expatriate Compensation

This GMP1 ® Unit explores the compensation packages implemented to support a mobile workforce; how these packages are changing in response to the rise of the ‘agile workforce’, the different tax and payroll methodologies applied whilst raising the significant risks these packages can have on the wider organisation.

Module GMP1301 – Expatriate compensation approaches and key challenges

  • Introduction to common remuneration terminology
  • Explore two common compensation philosophies used when designing a Compensation Program
  • Gain an insight  into the different remuneration methodologies aligned to these philosophies
  • Identify the key factors to consider when designing an expatriate compensation program

Module GMP1302 – Global benefits environment and employee expectations

  • Explore the diverse range of global benefits often utilised
  • Determine where to go to find relevant raw data
  • Explore how local regulations, customs and expectations impact a global rewards program
  • Discuss how compensation packages are changing to accommodate an agile workforce
Module GMP1303 – Foreign Exchange & Tax Considerations
  • Gain an insight as to why Foreign Exchange Fluctuations need to be considered
  • Explore why tax should be considered alongside the remuneration structure
  • Become familiar with the common tax methodologies applied to support a mobile workforce
  • Identify the difference between employment and personal income
Module GMP1303 – Expatriate payroll and the role of the talent mobility practitioner
  • Gain an appreciation of payroll methodologies and how these align with the remuneration methodologies
  • Explore why payment locations doesn’t negate tax compliance in multiple jurisdictions
  • Understand the importance of global compensation data collection
  • Identify the key aspects associated with managing a split payroll

You Will

  • Gain an insight into common remuneration methodologies such as the ‘Balance Sheet’, ‘lump sum’, ‘local plus’ and more
  • Identify key challenges impacting the design of an expatriate compensation program
  • Explore the diverse range of global benefits often utilised and how local regulations, customs and expectations impact a global rewards program
  • Gain insight into the tax methodologies applied to expatriate compensation
  • Examine the compensation trends emerging to accommodate the rise of the ‘agile workforce’, and
  • Learn about the different payroll methodologies specific to a mobile workforce.

You can choose to complete

a) the individual unit as a stand alone course, or

b) the Unit as part of the GMP1 accreditation program.

Discounted rates are available for Groups of two or more from the same organisation or for those who register for the GMP1 accreditation program.

All units are run in line with the Semester Timetable and Course Dates

Yes –

Regular knowledge checks are carried out throughout each Unit, as is a Final Unit Assessment.

Upon successful completion of the Unit Assessment, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

To earn your GMP1 industry designation, participants must pass all four units of study.

Unit 4

Cross Border Legalities

This GMP1 ® Unit explores the organisations tax and immigration implications of managing a mobile workforce, duty of care and risk management obligations, the role of the global mobility practitioner, employment relationship structures and the impact of not doing it right.

Module GMP1401 – Borders within our ‘Borderless’ Global Society

  • Explore the concept of a ‘borderless society’
  • Examine the relationship between agile workforces and organisational compliance
  • Address some common immigration management misconceptions
  • Discuss why protecting the organisations brand and employee is paramount

Module GMP1402 – Cross border employer and employee tax considerations

  • Explore the importance of tax compliance across multiple jurisdictions
  • Delve into some key issues global mobility professionals should be aware of when managing a mobile workforce
  • Understand the need for a multi-departmental approach
Module GMP1403 – Mobile Workforce Duty of Care Obligations 
  • Explore the concept of  ‘Duty of Care’ – what is it and is it important?
  • Examine the 3 critical mobility risk management areas and how these can be aligned with broader organisational risk strategies
  • Understand the different types of business travellers and how these impact the design of your Talent Mobility risk management program
  • Determine the key elements all Travel Risk Management Programs should incorporate
Module GMP1404 – Employing Your Mobile Employee
  • Explore the 5 most common ’employee / employer relationship structures’ that can be utilised to effectively manage a mobile workforce
  • Be Introduced to ‘Forum Shopping’ and ‘choice of law’ clauses
  • Become familiar with ‘Territoriality’ and Hibernating Agreements 
  • Look at the key elements which make up an Assignment Letter

You Will

  • Examine how multinational organisations balance compliance with the drive for greater organisational agility.
  • Delve into the broader corporate tax and immigration implications that fall within the mobility functions remit
  • Examine 3 business critical mobility risk management areas and how these can be aligned with broader organisational risk strategies
  • Gain an insight into the contractual relationships between the employer and the employee when relocating staff across country borders

You can choose to complete

a) the individual unit as a stand alone course, or

b) the Unit as part of the GMP1 accreditation program.

Discounted rates are available for Groups of two or more from the same organisation or for those who register for the GMP1 accreditation program.

All units are run in line with the Semester Timetable and Course Dates

Yes –

Regular knowledge checks are carried out throughout each Unit, as is a Final Unit Assessment.

Upon successful completion of the Unit Assessment, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

To earn your GMP1 industry designation, participants must pass all four units of study.

Click Here To Register For Individual TEMI Courses
Click Here To Register For The Melbourne GMP1® Program
Click Here To Register For The Sydney GMP1® Program

2019 Semester Timetable

Semester 1

Semester 2

March 2019 – May 2019

July 2019 – September 2019

Melbourne Classes

Unit 1: Managing a Mobile Global Workforce  – 21 March 2019

Unit 2: Navigating the Mobility Lifecycle – 9 May 2019

Unit 3: Expatriate Compensation – 23 July 2019

Unit 4: Cross Border Legalities – 17 September 2019

Additional Classes Will Be Advised Throughout The Year

Sydney Classes

Unit 1: Managing a Mobile Global Workforce  – 12 March 2019

Unit 2: Navigating the Mobility Lifecycle – 6 May 2019

Unit 3: Expatriate Compensation – 3 July 2019

Unit 4: Cross Border Legalities – 11 September 2019

Additional classes will be advised throughout the year.

TEMI Stand Alone And GMP1® Accreditation Course Fees

Manage A Mobile Workforce

Individual Registrations – AUD 1046.00 per person

Group Registrations* –      AUD 980.00 per person

* 2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

Note: 

  • For group registrations of 6 or more contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts
  • Fees due prior to course start date.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, registrations may be transferable. Contact TEMI to discuss.

Complete all Four Units For the Price of Three

Individual Registrations

AUD 785.00 per person per unit

(Total Investment:  AUD 3140.00 per person)

Group Registrations* 

AUD 735.00 per person per unit

*2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

(Total Investment:  AUD 2940.00 per person)

Note:  

  • Contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts for 6 or more participants.
  • Full course fee is due prior to Unit 1 commencement.
  • For group registrations of 6 or more, contact TEMI to discuss available Bulk Registration Discounts.
  • Fees due prior to Unit 1 course commencement.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, please contact TEMI prior to the course start date.

Navigate The Mobility Lifecycle

Individual Registrations – AUD 1046.00 per person

Group Registrations* –      AUD 980.00 per person

* 2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

Note: 

  • For group registrations of 6 or more contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts
  • Fees due prior to course start date.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, registrations may be transferable. Contact TEMI to discuss.

Complete all Four Units For the Price of Three

Individual Registrations

AUD 785.00 per person per unit

(Total Investment:  AUD 3140.00 per person)

Group Registrations* 

AUD 735.00 per person per unit

*2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

(Total Investment:  AUD 2940.00 per person)

Note:  

  • Contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts for 6 or more participants.
  • Full course fee is due prior to Unit 1 commencement.
  • For group registrations of 6 or more, contact TEMI to discuss available Bulk Registration Discounts.
  • Fees due prior to Unit 1 course commencement.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, please contact TEMI prior to the course start date.

Expatriate Compensation

Individual Registrations – AUD 1046.00 per person

Group Registrations* –      AUD 980.00 per person

* 2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

Note: 

  • For group registrations of 6 or more contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts
  • Fees due prior to course start date.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, registrations may be transferable. Contact TEMI to discuss.

Complete all Four Units For the Price of Three

Individual Registrations

AUD 785.00 per person per unit

(Total Investment:  AUD 3140.00 per person)

Group Registrations* 

AUD 735.00 per person per unit

*2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

(Total Investment:  AUD 2940.00 per person)

Note:  

  • Contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts for 6 or more participants.
  • Full course fee is due prior to Unit 1 commencement.
  • For group registrations of 6 or more, contact TEMI to discuss available Bulk Registration Discounts.
  • Fees due prior to Unit 1 course commencement.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, please contact TEMI prior to the course start date.

Cross Border Legalities

Individual Registrations – AUD 1046.00 per person

Group Registrations* –      AUD 980.00 per person

* 2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

Note: 

  • For group registrations of 6 or more contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts
  • Fees due prior to course start date.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, registrations may be transferable. Contact TEMI to discuss.

Complete all Four Units For the Price of Three

Individual Registrations

AUD 785.00 per person per unit

(Total Investment:  AUD 3140.00 per person)

Group Registrations* 

AUD 735.00 per person per unit

*2 – 5 participants from the same organisation

(Total Investment:  AUD 2940.00 per person)

Note:  

  • Contact TEMI to discuss available bulk registration discounts for 6 or more participants.
  • Full course fee is due prior to Unit 1 commencement.
  • For group registrations of 6 or more, contact TEMI to discuss available Bulk Registration Discounts.
  • Fees due prior to Unit 1 course commencement.
  • Full refunds for written cancellations received before 1 March, 2019.
  • No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received after 1 March, 2019.
  • In the event the registered participant is unable to attend the pre-booked course, please contact TEMI prior to the course start date.
Click Here To Register For Individual TEMI Courses

Registrations close 1 week before scheduled commencement date

Click Here To Register For The Melbourne GMP1® Program

Registrations close 2 weeks before schedule Unit 1 commencement date.

Click Here To Register For The Sydney GMP1® Program

Registrations close 2 weeks before schedule Unit 1 commencement date.

Here’s What People Are Saying About These Mobility Training Programs

I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the program! I cannot thank you enough for putting together an amazing course as such for new professionals. 

I honestly have nothing but positive and amazing feedback for the program so far !

HR Professional, Construction Industry

Highly enjoyable, it doesn’t drag on and is written using simple English. I’m not sure of any other organisation that can clearly demonstrate the mobility lifecycle stages and how the supply chain services vary throughout – Fantastic!

Tax Executive, Global Professional Services Firm

I found the course interactive and user friendly. The check progress questions were a great way to test the applicant and reflect on the learning’s from that module.

HR Consultant, Leading Healthcare Organisation

Overall I felt that this (Navigate Mobility Lifecycle) Unit was a fantastic component of GMP1® especially as a tax professional, providing me with an opportunity to appreciate the challenges a mobility professional faces.

Tax Executive, Global Professional Services Firm

Check progress questions are great and reinforce learning. Structure and flow of workbook and content is good. Big picture through to detail.

Talent Manager, Leading Healthcare Organisation

Module D broke down each policy so it was understandable and wasn’t ‘too much all at once’. If someone were to ask me to make a policy, the Module on Building a Policy Framework helped identify the most important factors before focusing on other issues.

Tax Executive, Global Professional Services Firm

The content was comprehensive and I found it very relevant, even coming from a medium base of knowledge regarding employee mobility!

HR Consultant, Leading Healthcare Organisation

I found the modules interactive and user friendly. The check progress questions were a great way to test the applicant and reflect on the learnings from that module.

HR Consultant, Legal Healthcare Organisation
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