With the desire to further strengthen the internationalization of human resource management as well as human resource training and development standards in Vietnam, PACE School of Human Resources Management, one of eight affiliated schools of PACE Institute of Management, is established and cooperate with global partners to deliver the latest knowledge, effective methods, and tools that are relevant to Vietnam’s context and aligned with global standards.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest and the most influential HR membership organization for human resource professionals. For more than seven decades, SHRM has played an instrumental part in establishing global standards and shaping the future for HR professionals around the world.
PACE School of Human Resources Management is an exclusive partner of SHRM to deliver SHRM's world-class training programs in Vietnam, especially The International Human Resource Management (IHRM) program and The SHRM Certificate Exam Program.
Hogan Assessments is a high-trust global leading organization specializing in talent assessments for talent acquisition and talent development.
More than 75% of Fortune 500 (the 500 largest orgabization in the world) have chosen Hogan Assessments solutions to assess human resources for recruitment, training and development for their global team.
PACE School of Human Resources Management is an authorized partner of Hogan to distribute Hogan products and to provide services in support of Hogan’s products in Vietnam. Hogan solution help organization improve the efficiency of Talent Acquisition and Talent Development process.
PACE School of Human Resources Management aims to develop 4 essential competencies that a HR professionals should have:
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