All About People.
FHRD was set up in 1990 to spearhead the evolution of people management and development practices as well as the human resources profession in Malta.
The Foundation is an autonomous, private, independent body.
FHRD works in partnership with its corporate members, the professional conglomerate of HR practitioners and service providers, leaders of the industry, and other key local players in the field of human resources management and development. Throughout the year, FHRD offers its own set of professional accredited training programmes and organises a number of events related to the world of HR.
The Foundation also offers a set of academic programmes in the field of management and psychology in partnership with the University of Leicester.
FHRD is a member of the European Association of Personnel Management (EAPM) and the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations (WFPMA).
FHRD has moulded its portfolio over a vast range of HR-related ventures, and is an ever-growing enterprise fuelled by the determination of its founders and their dedicated successors. Their vision of a progressive community of like-minded professionals has proliferated into the hub of open support that is FHRD as we know it today.
Aside from the belief in a spectrum of activities that raise the HR profile on the Maltese islands, the Foundation maintains a simple, successful formula, where above else, people matter.
That is why FHRD is all about people.
The HRM & Training award will immerse participants in the field of HRM and Training. It will give candidates the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the core functions and areas within the HR profession namely organisation design & HR strategies, talent management, training and employee relations.Read More
This programme provides an insight into human resource management and training within the context of organisations at a national and international level. You will study the way in which employee and organisational development are closely related to HR topics such as recruitment, performance appraisal, teamwork and motivation.Read More
The accredited level 5 programme will equip participants with the essential tools to conduct different recruitment and selection methods. Participants will understand how to construct effective job descriptions and person specifications and will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of their current approaches and implement effective improvements.Read More
Mr. Matthew Naudi, President of the Foundation for Human Resources Development.
A people’s man, professional but with a sense of humour, the media industry has been at the centre of most of Matthew’s working life.
From a rookie reporter in 1986, to senior media roles, Matthew spent until 2006 working for the Sunday Times of Malta as Assistant Editor and Chief Sub-Editor. In 2007, he took on a new challenge within the company and was appointed Chief Group Human Resources Officer of the Allied Group of Companies. He is responsible for implementing the HR strategy for both Allied Newspapers Ltd. and Progress Press Co Ltd.
His expertise lies in successfully directing the organizational planning and development through strategic initiatives and programmes while managing change in an ever-changing media environment, ensuring that talent, staff development and good employee relations are a constant within the organisation.