The PPMA is looking for HR stars of the future

 

 

The PPMA is looking for HR stars of the future to take to the stage and showcase their ideas at the Annual PPMA Seminar in 2013

To be in with a chance of winning we would like you to capture your ideas (and practical suggestions for implementation) in fewer than 2,500 words on:

UK unemployment is a constant challenge as our population ages, yet younger generations lack the skills, experience and mind set to replace workers who are ready to retire.

What is your big idea to make sure Public Sector employers have the right approach to the talent challenge facing the sector?

You don’t need to work in Local Government to enter, nor do you need to be a member of the PPMA. If you work in HR in the Public Sector and have some great ideas to share this is your opportunity to shine.

All entrants will be invited to the University of Warwick for two days of personal coaching, communication and media skills workshops plus plenty of time to get to know your fellow HR Professionals. You will also have the opportunity to present your project to our panel of judges. The three individuals with the highest scores will then be invited to present at the Annual PPMA Seminar in 2013.

The PPMA is committed to nurturing, encouraging and supporting emerging new HR talent and it is our aim that this event will become a recognised showcase for innovation.

We look forward to receiving your application and welcoming you to Warwick in February 2013 to participate in what we anticipate to be a career defining experience for all involved.

Date: Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th February 2013.

Time: Two days with overnight accommodation on Monday 11 February 2013.

Venue: University of Warwick.

Cost: The event is free to PPMA members and £149.00 plus VAT to non-members which includes 12 month’s membership of the PPMA for 2013/2014.

 

For further details - click here

To download a copy of the Entry Form - Click here

 

Here are 3 videos to tell you more about the project:

Leatham Green, PPMA's Policy Lead for Wellbeing and Job Creation, explains why you should enter the competition

 

Nick Heckscher, Sector Director for Government at Manpower, shares some potential ideas for your entry

 

Watch our step by step guide to help you create a winning project plan.

                                                                                                                            Supported by

  • ManpowerGroup
  • Green Park
  • Ernst & Young
  • Jobs go Public
  • Penna
  • Success Factors
  • The Development Company
  • Mercer
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • Croner
  • Gatenby Sanderson
  • Smart Search
  • Havas People
  • Learning Pool
  • CIPD
  • Serco
  • Guardian Jobs
  • socialjobsnetwork.co.uk
  • LGE
  • LPFA
  • TMP Worldwide
  • Chartered Management Institute
  • The MJ
  • LocalGov
  • National Autistic Society
  • Solace Enterprises
  • Institute of Employment
  • energiseYou
  • MIDLANDHR