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Management Concepts and the Society for Human Resource Management Introduce Six New Training Courses Designed for the Federal HR Professional
Tysons Corner, Va. -
Management Concepts Inc., the nation’s leading provider of practical, effective training to the federal government, together with the
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), today announced six new training courses designed to help federal HR professionals acquire the skills necessary to be valuable strategic partners in accomplishing their agency’s resource and human capital mission.
Combining SHRM’s industry-leading HR curriculum and expertise with Management Concepts highly-effective instructor-led federal training, these courses cover the full life-cycle of the federal HR professional, from entry-level administrator to strategic senior leader.
“HR professionals are preparing the rest of their organization for success, but who is preparing them for success?” said Tom Dungan, CEO of Management Concepts. “Our mission is to unleash talent and potential. We’re known for providing quality training and development opportunities for federal workers and we’re excited to add federal HR training to the mix.”
Taught by highly-skilled SHRM-certified instructors, classes and onsite training will begin in March 2012.A full list of courses, dates, and locations can be found at
These six federal HR courses include:
Participants will learn the rules, regulations, and guiding principles surrounding the operations and management of human resources in the federal government in addition to gaining valuable knowledge of their role as an HR professional within this regulatory framework.
This course provides a foundational understanding of key federal talent management processes, including staffing, recruitment, selection, onboarding, retention, and training.
Participants will learn how to effectively communicate and consult with internal customers to build credibility as a human resources consultant. They will learn practical skills for better understanding and communicating with customers, anticipating and responding to customer requests and concerns, and measuring customer service and satisfaction.
This course introduces the role of the federal HR professional as a strategic partner and emphasizes the consulting skills and tools necessary to be effective in aligning HR efforts with the mission, vision, and direction of the agencies served.
This tactical workforce planning course will prepare learners to align their current and future workforce with their organization’s strategic direction and goals. They will learn how to develop targeted human capital solutions based on data-driven analyses of their agency's strengths and weaknesses.
Participants will leave with a central understanding of strategic workforce planning components, what the common barriers to successful workforce planning are, and tangible resolution strategies to these barriers.
For further information and the latest course dates and locations, call 888.545.8579 or visit
About Management Concepts
Founded in 1973, Management Concepts unleashes the full potential and productivity of federal government professionals through practical, effective training courses; customized professional development programs; performance improvement consulting services; assessment programs; and award-winning publications. We have substantially improved the effectiveness and performance of over 1 million professionals working in every major agency in the federal government and state and local government offices. We educate clients on critical topics such as acquisition and contracting; business analysis, analytics, and decision making; financial management; budgeting and accounting; grants and assistance leadership and professional skills; human resource management; and project, program and portfolio management. For more information, please visit our website at
www.ManagementConcepts.com and follow us on Twitter
About the Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 250,000 members in more than 140 countries, SHRM serves the needs of HR professionals and advances the interests of the HR profession. Founded in 1948, SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary offices in China and India. Visit SHRM Online at
www.shrm.org and follow us on Twitter
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