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AHRI invites FHRI

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The Fiji Human Resources Institute (FHRI) continues to grow from strength to strength with an invitation for its members to affiliate to its Australian counterpart. Australian Human
29 Oct 2012 12:59

By LITIA MATHEWSELL

The Fiji Human Resources Institute (FHRI) continues to grow from strength to strength with an invitation for its members to affiliate to its Australian counterpart.
Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) president, Peter Wilson said a reciprocal membership arrangement had been established between the FHRI and AHRI.
“Through FHRI we have established the arrangements for FHRI members to become members of the AHRI.
“The advantage of that is basically you will have access, as members of both Institutes, to all other, member services, the magazine and the search journals that we have.
“This is going to enhance the caliber of this profession.”
Additionally Mr Wilson said they had committed in principal to look at delivering professional development activities in Fiji.
“We have a professional diploma, which once a member of the AHRI you can commit to in certain qualifications.
“But we are also looking at the development of other professional development activities that will help lift the calibre of the profession in Fiji,’’ Mr Wilson added.
Mr Wilson made these comments during the closing of the FHRI convention at the Shangri-La Fijian Resort on Saturday evening.
Minister for Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Jone Usamate also mentioned the possibility of joint programs.
This is between the FHRI and the International Labor Organisation (ILO).The organisation will next year tap into the ILO’s expertise and attain several development programs for human resource services.




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