NCHRA offers more than 200 programs each year,
most for Re-certification credits.
Commitment to Continued Professional Development
Achieving certification from the HR Certification Institute shows that you have mastered the core principles of the HR body of knowledge and are committed to the HR profession. Regulations, laws and best practices in Human Resources are always changing, so staying abreast of those changes is imperative to a long-term commitment to yourself, your career and the HR profession. By remaining active in HR, you are validating your knowledge and experience and showing that your skills are current and relevant in this ever-changing environment.
Recertification broadens your HR knowledge and makes you more valuable to your organization. It shows you are committed to your future and the future of your organization.
Recertification shows that you:
- keep current on changing HR laws, best practices and innovative labor strategies
- Support your organization and its employees working at peak performance
- remain a strategic business partner in your organization's success
- See more at: www.hrci.org/recertification
After earning a SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential, HR professionals are required to earn Professional Development Credits (PDCs) every three years to maintain their credentials. SHRM is committed to providing the most comprehensive HR continuing education and professional development opportunities, to help you:
- Apply HR knowledge and information to your everyday work.
- Network and exchange ideas with other HR professionals.
- Accomplish more in your organization by utilizing new ideas, tools and best practices.
- Stay current on the latest in HR practices and legislation.
-See more at: www.shrm.org