If you’ve been planning to earn your Professional Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation, now is the time to enroll in our updated and expanded HRCI exam preparation course based on the SHRM Learning System.
By attending our course, you will develop new knowledge and skills that will improve your workplace effectiveness immediately. By enrolling in our classroom-based format, you also get the added benefit of:
• A structured classroom environment that enhances learning and helps you stay on track
• Experienced instructors to explain concepts and apply them to your industry
• Opportunities to network and share real-world experiences with other HR professionals
There’s never been a better time to pursue your PHR or SPHR designation. With our blended approach, you’ll learn from printed workbooks, software, online tools and a dynamic classroom experience. In addition, you can earn 3.5 continuing education units (CEUs) for completing this course.
The SHRM Learning System course provides an in-depth study of key areas in human resource management. Course materials include six extensive print modules that correspond to the six functional areas, responsibilities, and associated knowledge defined by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
MODULE ONE: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY
Includes the role of HR in organizations, the strategic planning process, assessing the internal environment, scanning the external environment, evaluating HR’s strategic contributions, ethical issues affecting organizations, and HR and the legislative and regulatory environment.
MODULE TWO: WORKFORCE PLANNING AND EMPLOYMENT
Covers key legislation affecting employee rights, privacy and consumer protection, EEO/Affirmative Action, gender discrimination and harassment, organizational staffing requirements, job analysis and documentation, recruitment, flexible staffing, selection and retention, organizational exit, and employee records management.
MODULE THREE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Examines key legislation, HRD and the organization, organizational development initiatives, adult learning and motivation, training and development, talent management, developing leaders, and performance management.
MODULE FOUR: COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Includes key compensation legislation, total rewards and the strategic focus of the organization, compensation structure, compensation systems, introduction to benefit programs and key benefits legislation, government-mandated benefits, deferred compensation plans, health-care benefits, other nonstatutory benefits, compensation and benefits for international employees, and evaluating the total rewards system and communicating it to employees.
MODULE FIVE: EMPLOYEE AND LABOR RELATIONS
Covers laws affecting employee and labor relations, employee relations and organizational culture, employee involvement strategies, measuring employee attitudes, policies, procedures, and work rules, discipline and complaint resolution, labor relations legislation and union organizing, unfair labor practices, collective bargaining, and strikes and secondary boycotts.
MODULE SIX: RISK MANAGEMENT
Examines organizational risk, key legislation, safety, health, security, and privacy.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
• Understand what knowledge is necessary to pass the PHR or SPHR exams
• Have a basic knowledge of Strategic Management, Workforce Planning, HR Development, Total Rewards, Employee and Labor Relations, and Risk Management.
• Know the requirements to sit for the PHR and SPHR Exams.