For whom?

The 'Executive Master Class in Human Resource Management' programme is targeted to:

  • HR generalists who want to deepen their competencies and insights
  • HR specialists who want to expand their knowledge and skills
  • HR professionals who have a minimum of three years of experience in an HR function within an HR department

In previous editions, we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:  Alpro, ANL Plastics, ASCO Industries, Bekaert, BNP Paribas Fortis, CEI- De Meyer, D'Ieteren, Dredging International, Eandis, FOD Volksgezondheid, Grandeco Wallfashion Group Belgium, HC Holding, Intrum Justitia, KBC, Kinepolis Group, Lidl, Janssen Pharmaceutica, NMBS, Nutricia, Sportsdirect.com, VITO, Umicore, Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen, …
This programme has been attended by HR Managers, HR Directors, HR Business Partners, HR Project Managers, Talent Managers, L&D Managers, …

Once we have received your application, we schedule an intake interview with you to verify that your profile and expectations of the programme match the programme requirements.

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29 May
Drop In on our Brussels Campus
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30 May
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