1st HR Learning Forum 2016
Venue: KSSA/ICF Center, Phnom Penh
Date: 01 May-01 May 2016
The HRM Learning Forum has been conducted since 2002 and facilitated by CCC with technical support from HRM Working Group members who are HRM professionals and practitioners of CCC member organizations. The overall objectives of HRM learning forum is to 1) stimulate action learning to transform knowledge; skills and experiences of individual people and organizations into a community of practices for a betterment of NGO community in Cambodia in the field of HR and 2) build a strong network among HR practitioners and professionals for ongoing learning on HR matters and issues related.
To continuously respond to the needs of the NGO community for good practice, in 2016 CCC will host two full day HRM learning fora for member and non-member organizations; in which the first forum (32nd HRM Learning Forum) is on 31st May 2016 and the second forum (33rd HRM Learning forum) will be on 23rd September 2016. The objectives, expected outcome, and agenda for the 32nd HRM learning forum are as below:
Objectives of the forum
- To give a broad understanding of various techniques in selecting the right people to best fit with the job and the organization.
- To discuss and share practical experiences and best practices of those who lead staff recruitment.
- To build up more network and relationship among HR practitioners and professionals for ongoing learning on HRM matters and related issues.
Other Event Archives
To express thanksgiving and appreciation to the voluntary groups for their contributions to improve the quality services of CSOs in Cambodia; To reflect on the CCC and voluntary working groups performance; To explore possible opportunity/ strategic direction for CCC service and performance ; To increase networking among the voluntary working groups of CCC to promote the synergy and share the best practices
The annual consultation between the European partners and the civil society in Cambodia this year was conducted on 18th October 2018 in Siem Reap, covering seven provinces from the North Western part of the country.
As a member state of the United Nations, all development actors in Cambodia need to prepare themselves to work inclusively to support the short coming SDGs. Currently, CCC is implementing an action/2015 and Beyond 2015 campaign project funded by Civicus and Africa Disability Alliance (ADA) to promote stakeholders awareness and inclusive participation in the post-2015 development agenda.