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Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) Exam CHRP-KE


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Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) The Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) is an entry-level designation that prepares Human Resources professionals entering the workforce, acting in predominantly administrative roles or working in a small HR function – such as a Human Resources Assistant, Staffing Coordinator, Human Resources Clerk or Human Resources Coordinator. Earn Your Designation/Certification Maintain Your Designation/Certification

Earn SEMESTER Spring/Summer - 21 Winter - 21 DELIVERY METHOD In-Class On-Line LOCATION St. George Campus Accelerated Courses RESET FILTERS We currently have 9 Course(s) that are recognized by HRPA Viewing 1 - 6 of 9 result(s) View 6 Items10 Items20 Items30 ItemsAll 0987 - Human Resources Management LEARN MORE Effective human resources management (HRM) is critical to the success of modern organizations. This 13-week course gives you a practical overview of key concepts, issues and practices in all areas of HRM. Increase your knowledge as a human resources professional and get a step closer to certification. Topics include strategic HRM; planning, recruitment and selection; performance management; employee and labour relations; compensation and benefits; equity and diversity; health and safety; and HRM in the global context. SEMESTERS:

  • Winter - 21

  • Spring/Summer - 21

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus

COURSE FEES:795 0988 - Organizational Behaviour LEARN MORE Organizations have to manage their people well to achieve good business results and create a great workplace culture - not easy in today's fast-paced world. Managers and supervisors have multiple roles as leaders, mediators, motivators, mentors and negotiators of change. This course will help human resources practitioners and managers understand practices, organizational structures and other factors that influence behaviour in organizations. Topics include high-performance work practices, organization structures, team development, leadership, motivation, employee engagement, conflict management, change management and decision-making. SEMESTERS:

  • Winter - 21

  • Spring/Summer - 21

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus

COURSE FEES:795 1528 - Recruitment & Selection LEARN MORE Successful businesses need to attract and hire the best candidates. In this course, you will study current issues in human resources and the procedures many Canadian organizations use to recruit, retain and assess employees. You'll see how organizations can improve recruitment and selection, and how they achieve organizational goals by identifying and employing the people best suited to their corporate culture. Topics include Canadian legal standards, scientific approaches to selection and steps involved in developing and validating a selection system. SEMESTERS:

  • Spring/Summer - 21

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus

COURSE FEES:795 1529 - Compensation LEARN MORE Successful organizations need well-designed and well-managed compensation systems to attract, retain and motivate workers. This course will teach you the theory and practice of compensation. You'll learn how systems are designed and used to align individual goals with team or organizational goals. You'll also learn about the objectives of a compensation program and the connection between compensation and business strategies, how wages and salaries are determined, and issues and problems in incentive systems. SEMESTERS:

  • Spring/Summer - 21

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

COURSE FEES:795 2007 - Training & Development LEARN MORE To compete today, organizations must constantly learn and improve. In this course, you'll learn how effective training and development can help you achieve organizational goals. Learn how to analyze training needs and design and evaluate effective programs that address performance problems. Explore innovative approaches like team task-analysis, just-in-time learning and rapid elearning. You'll develop a well-rounded approach to training and development that can lead to a career in human resources and other areas of management. SEMESTERS:

  • Spring/Summer - 21

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus

COURSE FEES:795 2008 - Occupational Health & Safety LEARN MORE Get a basic working knowledge of workplace health and safety issues, legislation and major programs in this 13-week course. You'll learn how to develop, manage and maintain policies and programs that fit changing needs in occupational health and safety. You'll learn basic managerial issues, including the employer's legal, ethical and strategic reasons for ensuring employee health and safety. Other topics include accident prevention, lateness and absenteeism, physical and mental health policies, employee assistance programs (EAPs) and wellness programs.

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