The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) is inviting interested employers to participate in its programme for the placement of Lower VI students in enterprises for a period of 2 weeks during the school holidays. The objective is to complement a students’ academic studies with on-the-job practical work experience and to bridge the gap between school and the world of work.
The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) welcomes interested employers to register for the next Briefing Session on the updated HRDC Training Grant System scheduled for Friday 18th April 2014 at 15 30 hrs at the HRDC Lecture Theatre, 4th Floor, NG Tower, Cybercity, Ebène.
The main objective of the training levy is to create a National Training Fund out of which training incentives are offered to employers in order to allow them to meet part of the training cost of their employees and to support other training initiatives both at enterprise and national levels including apprenticeship training.
Let’s Talk HR series (21 Feb 2014) - Managing the transgenerational human resources in an enterprise
Let’s Talk HR is a series of talks initiated by the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC). The aim is to bring HR professionals together on the same platform to learn, share, network and shape ideas in order to add value to the HR field to the advantage of all.
Date: Friday 21st February 2014
Time: 16 45 hrs
Venue: HRDC Lecture Theatre, 4th Floor, NG Tower, Cybercity, Ebène
The nomenclature of job profiles presents an accurate profile of the Mauritian ICT/BPO sector, especially from the human resource management/development perspective. A job profile therefore contains descriptions of each skill and the level required. This nomenclature of 33 jobs has been developed jointly by the IT Commission of La Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie France Maurice (CCIFM) and the Outsourcing and Telecommunications Association of Mauritius (OTAM).
Public trust in the integrity of the Government is paramount and complying with the set Code of Ethics is the first step in this process. Public officers need to know the basic principles and standards they are expected to apply to their work and where the boundaries of acceptable behaviour lie. Every team must demonstrate good work ethics and values to keep the performance of the Public Sector at its best.
The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) organised a stakeholder consultation / validation workshop for nomenclature of job roles for the ICT/BPO Sector on Thursday 14 March 2013 at HRDC, 4th Floor, NG Tower, Ebène.
Further to the setting up of its office in Rodrigues, the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) is stepping up efforts to promote the development of the Rodriguan workforce. In parallel the Rodrigues Regional Assembly (RRA) has launched a series of activities aimed at promoting the setting-up and growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In addition to these ongoing activities a felt-need has been expressed by the RRA through the Deputy Chief Commissioner’s Office/Commission for the training of Rodriguan SMEs.
The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) conferred a certificate of participation to 20 trainees who had successfully completed a surgical/operating room technician course. The Award of Certificate ceremony was held on Wednesday 13 February 2013 at HRDC Lecture Theatre, 4th Floor, NG Tower, Ebène.