ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

 

In order to achieve its goals, ARTDO INTERNATIONAL has a plethora of exciting activities and cutting-edge programmes that truly benefit its members. These include:

ARTDO INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT & HRD CONFERENCES

Held annually in exotic locations around the world, these conferences represent one of the world’s premiere gatherings of international HR specialists, management gurus and experts. An event truly not to be missed for training and HR professionals, as this is where the latest practices and research in HRD are presented, discussed, challenged and exchanged.

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF WORLD-CLASS ORGANISATIONS AND CORPORATIONS

Being an ARTDO INTERNATIONAL member immediately gives you access to a global network of international bodies and organisations.

These include the Asian Development Bank, Association of Business Executives (UK), Australian Human Resource Institute, Chinese Society of Training and Development (ROC), Malaysian Institute of Training and Development, Aarchus Tekniske Skole (Denmark), Indian Institute of Management (India), Kaizen Institute of Japan, Bank Negara (Malaysia), New Zealand Association for Training & Development and Singapore Institute of Management to name a few.

Invaluable contacts, expanded business opportunities, unlimited resources, recognition and prestige are automatically yours as a member

ANNUAL ASIA-PACIFIC HRD AWARDS

A prestigious programme that provides recognition awards to outstanding organisations and individuals who have made outstanding contributions in the field of HRD.

ARTDO INTERNATIONAL MEMBER PROFILE

Get in touch and network with other ARTDO INTERNATIONAL members listed in a constantly updated member directory which includes details outlining each organisation’s establishment, objectives, membership profiles and activities.

TRAVEL ITINERARY SERVICE

An informal exchange of travel itineraries through the Secretariat which enables member organisations to exchange information, resources and views with visiting professionals.

PUBLICATIONS

An active information service featuring an Occasional Paper Series, a semi-annual journal and the periodical HRD Focus – a newsletter on ARTDO INTERNATIONAL’s activities policy actions, programmes, HRD trends and development.

ARTDO ASIA PACIFIC HRD CENTRE

To further accelerate its quest to improve HRD, ARTDO INTERNATIONAL  established the Asia-Pacific HRD Centre which now serves as a professional development programmes in HRD available in the Asia-Pacific

ANNUAL MANAGEMENT & HRD CONFERENCE

Manila, Philippines (1974)

New Delhi, India (1975)

Canberra, Australia (1976)

Suva, Fiji (1977)

Ranchi , India (1978)

Manila, Philippines (1979)

Palmerston North, New Zealand (1980)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1981)

Hong Kong (1982)

Taipei, ROC (1983)

Sydney, Australia (1984)

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia (1985)

Jakarta, Indonesia (1986)

Singapore (1987)

Macao (1988)

Bangkok, Thailand (1989)

Penang, Malaysia (1990)

Manila, Philippines (1991)

Taipei, Taiwan (1992)

Jakarta, Indonesia (1993)

Penang, Malaysia (1994)

Melbourne, Autralia (1995)

Manila, Philippines (1996)

Sarawak, Malaysia (1997)

New Delhi, India (1998)

Bali, Indonesia (1999)

Penang, Malaysia (2000)

Melbourne, Australia (2001)

Taipei, Taiwan (2002)

Macau (2003)

Penang, Malaysia (2004)

Manila, Philippines (2005)

Bahrain (2006)

Bali, Indonesia (2007)

Cairo, Egypt (2008)

Penang, Malaysia (2009)

ASIA-PACIFIC HRD AWARDS

 

PAST RECIPIENTS (ORGANISATION CATEGORY):

Asian Institute of Management (1984)

Government of India Training Division (1985)

Japan Productivity Center (1986)

National Productivity Board Singapore (1987)

Asian Institute of Technology (1988)

ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (1989)

Intel Malaysia (1990)

University of Philippines Institute for Small Scale Industries (1991)

Development Training & Communications Planning (1992)

Sarawak Shell Bhd (1993)

Motorola Malaysia (1994)

China Productivity Center (1995)

Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (1996)

Singapore Institute of Management (1998)

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (1999)

Chungwa Telecom Taiwan (2000)

 

PAST RECIPIENTS (Individual Category):

Less Picket, Australian Institute of Training and Development president (1994);

Senator Blas Ople, Republic of Philippines Senate President (1995);

Bernardo F. Ople, Philippine National Manpower and Youth Council former Director General (1996)

Professor Felipe B. Alfonso, Asian Institute of Management President (1997)

Masaaki Imai, Kaizen Institute of Japan President (1997)

Binay Kumar, Power Grid Corporation of India Director (1999)

Dato’Dr Kang Chin Seng, former Penang Science, Technology, Human Resources and Industrial Transformation Committe Chairman (2000).