Get Your HR Recertification Credits Here!

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colleen for news2.jpgCAI has recently been accepted as an Approved Provider for SHRM  for the new SHRM-CP and SHRM-SEAL-Preferred-Provider_WEB_2015-16_1.25in_(SM)90x70.jpgSHRM-SCP professional HR designations!  SHRM recertification credits are based on the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge. (SHRM BoCK) The SHRM BoCK describes eight Behavioral Competencies, one Technical Competency (HR Expertise) and 15 Functional Areas of Knowledge, grouped into four general Knowledge Domains.

 

SHRM credential holders will need to continue to build their skills and capabilities by earning 60 Professional Development Credits (PDC’s) within a 3-year certification period that ends on the last day of the credential holder’s birthday, or retake the certification exam to maintain credentialed status. Recertification courses are approved for credits based on actual time spent in the program. For example, 1 hour of time is equal to 1 PDC credit. 1 hour and 15 minutes is equal to 1.25 PDC credits. More information about the new SHRM certifications can be found at www.shrm.org. CAI has many SHRM approved courses for instructor-led training, e-learning, webinars and conferences. Be sure to check out our website at www.capital.org/shrm for the complete list of approved courses and events.

 

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CAI continues to be an Approved Provider for HRCI and offers numerous HRCI approved recertification credit opportunities for PHR, SPHR and GPHR professionals.  We continue to certify hundreds of HR professionals each year through our much acclaimed PHR/SPHR Study Course in partnership with David Siler, SPHR, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP. David’s PHR/SPHR students have an impressive pass rate of more than 90%, while the national pass rates in the most recent test period were between 50-60%.

 

CAI will not be offering a Fall SHRM Study Course option. If you are interested in a local option for the new SHRM-Certified Professional (CP) and SHRM-Senior Certified Professional (SCP) certification exam, Duke is offering two instructor-led training sessions, one in Raleigh and one in Durham. For more information go to http://www.learnmore.duke.edu/certificates/hrcert/.  If a webinar is more convenient for you, SHRM is offering various webinar study course options. Please go to www.shrm.org to find more details. 

 

Check out our website at www.capital.org and go to the Training Tab to find more information on both HRCI and SHRM recertification credits opportunities.

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