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One of UHR’s core objectives is to encourage and provide continuing professional development among all HR staff in its member organisations. Many of the events and programmes are offered free of charge, or significantly below cost, being subsidised by UHR and led by senior HR staff from within the membership.  We aim to offer high quality, tailored and relevant development to our membership.  Please contact the UHR CPD manager, Naomi Holloway at cpd@uhr.ac.uk if you would like further information.

 

Scope of CPD

UHR’s offering is designed to give development opportunities for all levels of the HR profession, As a guide to suitability the CIPD professional levels are used to help colleagues identify which events might be most appropriate to attend.

Fundamental level: You are typically using your expertise to undertake tasks that deliver immediate and short-term value for your managers, colleagues or customers.

Associate level: You are typically using your professional expertise to deliver short to medium-term value for organisations and the people in them.

Chartered Member level: You are typically using your professional expertise to deliver medium to long-term value for organisations and the people in them. Your work is likely to be operational in nature, with a strategic overview.

Chartered Fellow level: You are typically shifting collective mindsets to create organisations that value people and using your professional expertise to deliver long-term value for the profession. You work with a wide range of stakeholders to change and shape the way organisations think about their people, enhancing the collective well-being and success of organisations (and those who work for them).

Colleagues can find support in identifying their level on the CIPD web site

The new CIPD profession map focuses on the knowledge and behaviours that colleagues need to create value and make an impact at work and UHR works to ensure that our development programme supports this knowledge and behaviour approach. Further information about the new CIPD profession map can be found on the CIPD website.

 

National Events and Services

Annual conference

Held in May each year with a specific theme of relevance to the sector.

Target audience: all HR professional staff. CIPD, Associate, Chartered Member and Chartered Fellow

Mentoring Scheme

Available to all HR professionals for the purpose of improving leadership capability and to support career develoment within the sector. Menotrs are experienced professionals within the HE community, at HR Director, Deputy HR Director and Heads of funcion level. This service is offered free of charge.

Coach Register

Under review – to be updated shortly.

 

National Development Programmes

A range of career development programmes are offered every 12-24 months depending on demand and include:

The Emerging HR Leaders Programme

(Chartered Fellow level)

The Aspiring HR Business Partners’ Programme

(Chartered Member and Associate level)

Delivering Service Excellence for HR Administrators

(Fundamental and Associate level)

 

National Development Events

Development Days

A series of one day events, such as the employment law workshop and Showcasing Good Practice, which focus on updating knowledge and raising awareness of current thinking and good practice in the key professional areas.

Target audience: All HR professional staff (associate, chartered member and Chartered Fellow)

 

Regional Development Events

Regional CPD Coordinators work closely with Regional Chairs and members to provide a range of demand-led workshops during the year, facilitated by various providers.  Many regions operate HR Practitioner Networking Groups for sharing practices and responses to sector challenges.

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