SHRM CP/ SHRM SCP Certification Review
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Establish yourself as a globally recognized human resource expert by earning the new standard in HR certification: SHRM Certified Professional and SHRM Senior Certified Professional. These certifications reflect what HR practitioners need to know to be leaders in the profession and can open doors for career advancement.
Our course will expand and test your knowledge, along with providing practical, real-world competencies in areas critical to your HR career success.
Key topics covered
The SHRM Learning System for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP includes five modules covering the comprehensive SHRM BoCK. You’ll learn everything you need for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam:
- Leadership & Navigation
- Ethical Practice
- Business Acumen
- Relationship Management
- Critical Evaluation
- Global & Cultural Effectiveness
- Talent Acquisition & Retention
- Employee Engagement
- Learning & Development
- Total Rewards
- Structure of the HR Function
- Organizational Effectiveness & Development
- Workforce Management
- Employee Relations
- Technology & Data
- HR in the Global Context
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Risk Management
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Employment Law & Regulations (U.S. only)
- Business & HR Strategy
Who should attend
This certification preparation course is designed for experienced HR professionals seeking SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification and want to:
- Increase knowledge
- Advance skills
- Earn recognition from the global HR community
- Eligibility requirements
(SHRM membership is not required.)
- You must show proof of HR work experience: (1,000 or more hours within a calendar year, equating to one year of experience.)
- Your HR experience may be in an HR exempt or nonexempt capacity.
- Applicants with a graduate degree (or global equivalency) in HR must currently be employed in an HR role.
- HR experience may be classified directly, as working in an HR role, or indirectly, by consulting, educating or researching HR practices linked specifically to human resource management.