MoA with Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting

News Date: 
24 March 2010

Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting (KellyOCG) and AeU signed an MoA at Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur on 24th March 2010, for a partnership that leverages on the reputation and reach of a multinational university and the expertise of the global corporation to bring the first Global Professional Human Resource (GPHR) course to Malaysia.

Estimated to run four (4) times a year, this program is approved for claims under the Human Resource Development Fund given by Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB), and licensed by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world's largest HR professional association.

“This collaboration with AeU is instrumental in our on-going commitment to the development of HR professional in the markets which we serve. Malaysia is a cornerstone of our Asian footprint and we are delighted with the opportunity to support the community with this program”, comments George Corona, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of Kelly Services Inc.

Offered and marketed through AeU exclusively at AeU’s campus and delivered by KellyOCG's Global Practice Leader for HR Consultancy, this first year collaboration is targeted to begin its inaugural class in May 2010. At RM6750 per participant, the four day professional program is aimed at executives planning to sit for the SHRM exam for global certification, or for professionals who need a fastand deep immersion in the issues of global human resource management.

Raja Anthony Devadoss, Regional Senior Director of KellyOCG in APAC adds, "The profile of Human Resource executives is evolving.  The needs of Malaysian organizations that are globalizing require HR professionals with an understanding of the world outside our borders.  HR executives must take a more holistic view of their discipline... the GPHR Prep class will deliver that.”

“Asia e University is very pleased with this collaboration with KellyOCG in forming this partnership for the delivery of the Global Practitioner’s Human Resource (GPHR) program. This program in Malaysia will augur well for Human Resource practitioners to gain an internationally recognised certification. The upgrading of specialist human resource skills complements remarkably well with the Malaysian Government’s aspiration of developing specialised human capital.” concludes Prof. Dato Dr. Ansary Ahmed.