SHRM Certification Exam Preparation & Review Course – Who should attend

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This certification preparation course is designed for HR professionals seeking SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification and want to:Increase knowledgeAdvance skillsEarn recognition from the global HR community Eligibility requirementsCredentialLess than a Bachelor’s Degree*Bachelor’s DegreeGraduate DegreeHR-Related ProgramNon-HR ProgramHR-Related DegreeNon-HR DegreeHR-Related DegreeNon-HR DegreeSHRM-CP**3 years in HR role4 years in HR role1 year in HR role2 years in HR roleCurrently in HR role1 year in HR roleSHRM-SCP6 years in HR role7 years in HR role4 years in HR role5 years in HR role3 years in HR role4 years in HR role      *Less than a bachelor’s degree includes: working toward a bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, some college, qualifying HR certificate program, high school diploma, or GED.The following general eligibility criteria, listed below, also apply: HR-related experience relates to work in any of the 15 functional areas of HR knowledge which comprise the technical competency HR Expertise, identified in the SHRM BoCK.Applicants are not required to hold an HR title. The critical factor in determining eligibility is your HR-related work as opposed to your job title.Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they devoted at least 1,000 hours to HR-related activities in any calendar year to qualify as having a year of HR-related experience. More than 1,000 hours in a calendar year does not equate to more than 1 year of experience.Part-time work qualifies as long as the 1,000-hour standard is met within a calendar year.Individuals who have mixed roles—for example, office managers who have both administrative and HR responsibilities—may also have qualifying experience, as long as HR-related duties total at least 1,000 hours in a calendar year. Supervising employees in and of itself is not considered qualifying HR-related experience.Experience may be either exempt or nonexempt.Individuals who are HR consultants may demonstrate qualifying experience through the HR-related duties they perform for their clients. Contracted hours must total at least 1,000 hours in a calendar year.CISHRP membership is recommended. SHRM membership is not required.Seeking career advancement without certification? The SHRM Learning System for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP course offers you a comprehensive, yet accelerated option to drive your professional development.You’ll gain a generalist viewpoint, refresh key ideas and concepts, strengthen your core HR competencies and increase productivity. REGISTER NOW