Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Psdhingra
Legal Analyst, Hrm
Prakash8487
Working As Am Human Resources
Rajeevdixit
Hr , Personnel & Admin
Hetal Donga
Educational Counselor
[email protected]
Hr Training Institute
+2 Others

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Hi,
I have completed MBA (HR) and having 3+ years of experience as HR-Coordinator. I wants to do HR course which will help me to grow in my career. Please suggest me what all are the courses will be good and the institutes which provides such courses.
Thanks & Regards,
Sravanthi

From India, Bangalore
Hi , What is the necessity of doing any course when you have a masters in HR with experience . Experience can not be a substitute for anything . Regards Rajeev Dixit
From India, Bangalore
Dear Sravanthi
You are from which location?
As Rajeev suggested Experience is better than the training. Ofcourse in some of the organisations there will be limitation in the assignments which is assigned to the employees and might not even get the exposure to learn. But still you can plan for self study.

From India, Bangalore
Sravanthi, After MBA - HR . There are 2 options available
1. Do PGDM -HR from XLRI, IIMs or TISS
2. Go for Certification from SHRM - SCM or SPHR from HRCI
If you want to know more about Certification, Contact me
regards
PD

From India, Pune
Hi Prakash, Can you suggest me the best courses hence i have limitations in my current company to grow in HR field. Regards, Sravanthi
From India, Bangalore
Hi Sravanthi,
I am a working as educational counselor from past 5 years.You may apply for below mentioned courses after completion of your MBA course.
PGDM in HR
Advance Diploma in HR
EMBA in HR
Doctorate Programs
Kindly mail me your resume so that i can suggest you best course.

Regards
Hetal

From India, Mumbai
Dear Ms. Sravanthi,
As you are having good experience in HR as coordinator. You may upgrade your quality with the HR Diploma under Attitude Management Academy ( www.attitude.net.in). We are giving the placement facility too. If you are interested you may send your updated resume @ [email protected] .
Thanks
SM
Attitude Management Academy

From India, undefined
Dear Sravanthi,
Gaining more & more experience in HR stream with dedication and sincerity, but with application of your own mind, rather than blindly following the intructions of the superiors, is the best advanced course in HR. You need not do any other course. Being HR-Coordinator, you have an ample scope to learn multiple aspects of HRM/ HRD/ HCM/ Leadership.
However, if you are so pertinent in waste of your time in gaining theoretical knowledge, you may take up PhD in Management to earn doctorate in Management opting for some serious topic on HRM for your thesis in partial completion of your degree in PhD. That can give you ample opportunity to make research in Human Resorces/ Human Capital Management/ Organizational Learning/ Knowlege Management, etc., vis-a-vis your own perceptions already gained through your practical experience.

From India, Delhi
Friends to my knowledge just a MBA IN hr is just not enough
if one has to upgrade in the Hrm field they have to upscale to hr generalist.
whether in hr field or other one has to upscale their skills...
for details you may please call 080 69999354 / 8095667879

From India, Bangalore
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