MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Malaysia’s Human Resource Professional Body & Recognized By The International Community

INTRODUCTION

The skill development programmes are mostly short courses that range anywhere from a day to not more than 5 days. These are on general or specific functional areas and will look to enhance the ability and productivity of the HR practitioner or professional in their respective job areas.

BENEFITS

  • To serve as the national organization for persons concerned with or involved for interest in Human Resource Management / Development
  • To foster and promote efficient and effective personnel management practices, particularly to suit the Malaysian needs
  • To encourage the study and research into the art and science of Human Resource Management and to provide the necessary facilities for its development
  • To promote and safeguard the interests of the Institute and its members and the dignity of the profession
  • To ensure that members adhere to the Institute Code of Ethics

MIHRM has trained more than 20,000 competent HR professionals and practitioners in both the private and public sectors.