• The Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals.
  • Founded in 1943, it represents over 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.
  • With international affiliations and close association with local and global industry and academia.
  • Incorporates learning methodologies developed from 70 years of education training and experience.
  • Signed an agreement with the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (UK) (CIPD) to establish mutual recognition for individuals holding corresponding professional grades of membership in either body.




3 months
2 sessions of 3-Day Workshops
(6 days face to face sessions with AHRI expert trainers).


Click on our quick program information below to find out more:


For existing HR professionals to expand their generalist knowledge as well as those relatively new to HR who want a foundation to work from.


For Employers:

  • Invest in developing competent HR professionals to partner with you in managing your people.
  • Demonstrate your commitment to upskill your HR practitioners.
  • Provide your HR practitioners with relevant skills and qualifications to perform their roles effectively.
  • Develop your HR practitioners to have skills and experience which have been assessed against a professional recognition framework.

For HR Practitioners:

  • Gain professional certification which is internationally recognised.
  • Enhance your generalist knowledge in HR.
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest developments in HR.
  • Access essential resources and information relevant to your profession.
  • Advance your career with the establishment of professional networks.
  • Get access to online resource centre and email helpline that provides HR support through all stages of the employment lifecycle.

Globallink Membership during the study period which gives you access to 16 online services.
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be upgraded to AHRI Professional Membership status (MAHRI).
Following completion of the program, graduates are encouraged to strengthen their local HR networks and connect with relevant local professional HR bodies.


  • Course handbooks & 6 topics booklets




Future training will be available soon, please contact us to find out more.


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