Global Mobility Professional (GMP1)® Certification

Trusted Training Program For HR, Relocation & Mobility Practitioners working for

global mobility training

Registration Close: 23 February 2024
Unit 1 Starts: 5 March 2024
TEMi Members: AUD $4346
Non-Members: AUD $4829

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THE DEFINITIVE QUALIFICATION FOR TALENT MOBILITY PROFESSIONALS.

After completing the GMP1® course, you’ll have a clear understanding of the core strategic and operational elements required to effectively deliver a global talent mobility program. You’ll also have an excellent addition to your professional CV.

  • Comprises four one day modules
  • Mix of theory and practical content
  • Facilitator-led (in-person or virtual) 
  • Includes coaching and assessments 
  • Gain niche, industry-specific skills
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion
  • Earn your GMP1 Post Nominals
  • High achievers eligible for TEMi Award

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

By completing these four units, you’ll achieve a certification endorsed by your industry body that sets you apart as a global talent mobility specialist.

Unit 1: Manage a mobile workface

Explores drivers of global mobility; the alignment between mobility and talent management more broadly; emerging cross-border move types and their impact on policy design; how global business models are changing to become more agile.

Unit 2: Navigate The Mobility Lifecycle

Examines the mobility life-cycle as part of an employee journey; academic theories underpinning a successful Talent Mobility Program; transformative approaches reshaping the mobility supply chain and how you engage suppliers; effectively managing the employee experience.

Unit 3: Expatriate Compensation

Covers the compensation packages needed to support a mobile workforce; how remuneration and benefits are evolving given the rise of ‘agile’ workers; how local regulations and customs can affect rewards; different tax and payroll methodologies.

Unit 4: Cross Border Legalities

Addresses the tax and immigration implications of managing a mobile workforce; how to balance compliance and organisational agility; duty of care and risk management obligations; common employment relationship structures, documents and legal terms.

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