Tunisia Training Visit

Tunisia Training Visit

Date: 8-10/8/2016
Venue: Tunisia - El Mouradi Africa hotel

A training workshop has been held for RISE partners in Tunisia on 8-10 August, 2016.

Tunisia visit was organised to discuss Strategic HR planning in Higher Education Institutions. Since Strategic HR planning is an important component of strategic HR management; It links HR management directly to the strategic plan of HEIs. Based on the strategic plan, an institution can develop a strategic HR plan that will allow making HR management decisions now to support the future direction of the institution.

Prof. Walid Salameh, the project coordinator, welcomed all the participants and officially opened the workshop. He reviewed the program of the visit and wished them a fruitful engagement during the training and that their commitment and their skills will enhance the project success.

Prof. Hedi Belhadjsalah, the vice president of Monastir University, delivered a keynote speech and welcomed the participants. He introduced the University of Monastir and its role in building the skills and enhancing the qualifications of the students as well as the staff to meet the needs of higher education standards.

Partner after that started with delivering their 20 minutes presentations about HR planning in their institutes staring with Laghouat, presented by Mr. Ali Sadki then Monastir by Mrs. Saoussen, USMS by Prof. Belaid and MOHE by Dr. Sultan. The presentations were interspersed with several questions and discussions.

Then, Mr. Stefan Hart from OTTO-Magdeburg started his training about “Steps of implementation of ERP” which defines ERP system, shows the steps of implementation and the role of Human Resources in SAP ERP.

On the next day Prof. Youcef Bousalham from Rouen University, started his training about the human resources strategy, he stressed the importance of planning human resources and considers that this is a indispensable condition for the success of the management of resources and the achievement of previously set objectives.

The time after that was dedicated to the discussions and questions from the participants, which was very rich indeed with expert interventions and experience of each University.

In last day, each partner prepared a draft of their institutions HR strategy and showed it before the participants whereas it was a very interactive session that let the partner to get benefit from the experts and each other. After wrapping up the whole training, the workshop then was concluded a thanking note from Dr. Walid.