HRH Projection

HRH Projection

HRH projection can be done basing on the number of employees retiring within a specified period of time. TIIS...

HRH Staff Balance

HRH Staff Balance

The performance of any training institution depends on the availability of the required staffs per staffing level. However, if the staffing...

HRH Distribution

HRH Distribution

As it has been already explained in all levels of health care delivery HRH distribution is characterized by mal-distribution of human resources...

HRH Graduates Absorption

HRH Graduates Absorption

This imply the number of graduates being produced and absorbed into the health sector; currently it is estimated over 50% of the required...

Training Institution Distribution

Training Institution Distribution

Distribution of Training Institutions in eight zones

Graduate Projection

Graduate Projection

Human Resource Production is the process of preparing workforce for health services delivery. It includes all aspects of the education and...

Enrolment and Graduates

Enrolment and Graduates

Student Enrolment VS Intake Capacity

Student Enrolment

Student Enrolment

Student Enrolment VS Intake Capacity

  • HRH Projection

    HRH Projection

  • HRH Staff Balance

    HRH Staff Balance

  • HRH Distribution

    HRH Distribution

  • HRH Graduates Absorption

    HRH Graduates Absorption

  • Training Institution Distribution

    Training Institution Distribution

  • Graduate Projection

    Graduate Projection

  • Enrolment and Graduates

    Enrolment and Graduates

  • Student Enrolment

    Student Enrolment


HRH projection can be done basing on the number of employees retiring within a specified period of time. TIIS provide the number of employees who will retire in the next ten years distributed in each particular year. This means one can get the number of employees retiring say in two or five years time depending on the projection requirement.

 

 

One of the key goals of HR planning is to ensure that the TIs have adequate teaching staff, with the right competencies and skills, who are well distributed and managed for optimal productivity. To achieve this, HR projection is necessary in order to ensure that trained and knowledgeable lecturers/tutors and other staff are available to deliver the required health training institutions teaching services when and where they are needed.

 

The purpose of HR projection is to determine the most appropriate balance among the mix, distribution and number of the staff. In working out the workforce projections different variables has been used such as; Workforce status for public and private, attrition rate, training output, etc

 

 

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