Why is it important to keep learning?

The Employee Mobility Institute’s Global Mobility Professional (GMP1TM) learning program offers participants the opportunity to earn a formal credential in the field of Talent Mobility. Written by internationally renowned industry experts, the GMP1TM program combines theory and practical content with global strategic and operational best practice. The program explores the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge required to effectively manage a globally mobile workforce. With online training available 24/7, the course provides participants with the flexibility to complete the program at his or her own pace.

Most importantly, upon successful completion, participants receive an industry recognised credential. For more information or to enrol  Click here. Another learning option is the TEMI Spotlight Series, comprised of short online training programs to keep you up-to-date on core components within the talent mobility industry. The series provides a deeper understanding of contemporary processes and crucial emerging developments. The latest short course provides an in-depth analysis of the Australian Immigration Scene and the must know points when hiring foreign nationals to work in Australia.  TEMI Members will earn 1 CPD point toward their annual performance results per module.  Click here for more information and to register. Whether you have been in the field for many years or are new to the industry, ongoing learning is crucial to building a skilful and well-rounded professional. It is the key to becoming a subject matter expert, expanding networking opportunities and broadening your insights into both the bigger picture of the industry and specific technical aspects which can help you be the best professional you can be.

Lana Lachyani



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Lana Lachyani is a Melbourne-based Freelance Writer and Communications Consultant. Lana lived overseas for several years, working across Europe and the Middle East before returning to Australia in 2012.

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