you can go for diploma courses in HR provided by various b-schools.
if you are interested in specialization in one field of HR then you may get a certification as a trainer or a recruiter as per your area of interest.
From India, Hyderabad
I do understand your question. Infact, this was my doubt too and posted it some 2 or 3 days before on this forum with te subject "About HR as Career" and I got some valuable suggestions from Adnan, I am copy/pasting the answer for your point from that topic. Here we go with that....
Try to get a couple of standardized certifications within HR (i.e. Certified Recruitment Analyst, Six Sigma Black Belt, ERP (Employee Resource Planning)-HRM, etc. etc.) and obtain a couple of International memberships of world-class HR societies as well (i.e SHRM, CIPD, etc. etc.). Trust me, when this will be added to your credentials, it will serve just like the topping on the chocolate cake yummy!
Also, you can go throug that article for more information.
Hope this will work :)
most guys have this problem of what next after an MBA? well i am also in your category. but there are solutions. you can try professional certification areas related to HR such as trainer or obtain exposure on employee disipline and grievance handling.
you might such informatio from buisness schools and professional training bodies.
From Sri Lanka
hrzoneDear Kiran & Shamil,
Thanks for your word. But still i need something more on it :roll: .
like name of institution(specially in india), duration & above all how much it will cost. Infact i am still searching for this on net, if i found somthing useful i definately share with u.
any way once again thanks to sonit, kiran & shamil for their contribution :D .
Thanks & Regards,
From India, Indore
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