CPHR Canada and SHRM Agreement Opens Certification Pathways

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Canada (CPHR Canada) have entered an agreement to mutually recognize each organizations’ certification programs (CPHR, and SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credentials).

What this means for  HR professionals is the opportunity to earn the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential through the completion of SHRM’s Certification Pathway.

The SHRM Certification Pathway is a series of steps eligible participants complete to obtain a SHRM credential. The core of the process is an online tutorial that provides an overview of the SHRM Competency Model and explores how the competency model supports your professional development.

The SHRM Certification Pathway will be offered to current CPHR credential holders who:

  1. Are in good standing;
  2. Review and agree to the SHRM Certification Candidate Agreement, the SHRM Bylaws and Code of Ethics, and the SHRM Privacy Policy; and
  3. Complete the SHRM Certification Pathway Tutorial

Applicants who complete the above process and have a minimum of three years of professional HR experience will receive the SHRM-CP credential. Applicants who complete the above process and have a minimum of 6 years of HR experience will receive the SHRM-SCP credential.

Action Required

To take advantage of this opportunity please complete the SHRM Pathway Application.

Once you completed application is received and verified, you will be sent an email containing a link to the SHRM Certification Pathway Tutorial.

It’s as easy as that. For questions contact us at info@cphrbc.ca or visit www.cphrbc.ca/SHRM.

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