Attention GPHRs: Earn up to 21 Recertification credit hours
Through a cooperative, group learning environment, this program features peer communication and in-depth discussions. With outside-the-classroom assignments consisting of sample test questions and periodic progress checks to help reinforce classroom sessions, you can be confident of your breadth of knowledge in preparation for the PHR certification exam.
Benefits & Features
The Real Estate Academy covers the full scope of the HR Certification Institute’s body of knowledge and is strategically delivered with our blended learning approach to achieve maximum results.
You can be confident that you are using the most up-to-date information and knowledge available to the HR profession.
Be more prepared for the certification exam with more than 1,500 questions that allow you to test your knowledge.
Focus on real-life situations faced by HR professionals in an interactive case study.
You will apply learned concepts in eight different scenarios and work through questions for each.
PHR Module Descriptions
All modules describe definitions, purpose and human resource impact of tested laws and skills. Program teaches exam relevant only content including performing human resources related functions and transactions and Using and implementing human resource skills in the workplace.
- Strategic Management
The processes and activities used to formulate HR objectives, practices and policies to meet the short- and long-range organizational needs and opportunities, to guide and lead the change process and to evaluate HR's contributions to organizational effectiveness.
- Workforce Planning and Employment
The processes of planning, developing, implementing, administering and performing ongoing evaluation of recruiting, hiring, orientation and organizational exit, to ensure that the workforce will meet the organization's goals and objectives.
- Human Resource Development
The processes of ensuring that the skills, knowledge, abilities and performance of the workforce meet current and future organizational and individual needs through developing, implementing and evaluating activities and programs addressing employee training and development, change and performance management and the unique needs of particular employee groups.
- Total Rewards
The processes of analyzing, developing, implementing, administering and performing ongoing evaluation of a total compensation and benefits system for all employee groups consistent with human resource management goals.
- Employee and Labor Relations
The processes of analyzing, developing, implementing, administering and performing ongoing evaluation of the workplace relationship between employer and employee (including the collective bargaining process and union relations), in order to maintain effective relationships and working conditions that balance the employer's needs with the employees' rights in support of the organization's strategic objectives.
- Risk Management
The processes of analyzing, developing, implementing, administering and performing ongoing evaluation of programs, practices and services to promote the physical and mental well-being of individuals in the workplace and to protect individuals and the workplace from unsafe acts, unsafe working conditions and violence.
Corporate Training Programs
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