Human Resource Training
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Download the 2017 HR Training Programs Brochure
|Who should participate: managers and HR professionals (pre-approved for 1.5 HRCI and SHRM credits each session)
Schedule: each session is 1.5-hours and offered separately
Objective: to keep you current with the ever-changing HR role and best practices
2017 Quarterly Topics
|Who should participate: HR assistants and those new to HR management, HR professionals, managers, and supervisors (pre-approved for 8.25 HRCI and SHRM credits)
Schedule: three 3-hour sessions in August or September, one week apart
Objective: to help managers understand the many legal issues in the employment relationship and gain the basic skills needed to avoid litigation and create positive employee relations.
HR Business Partner Certificate Program
|Who should participate: HR management professionals
Schedule: three 3-hour sessions for each of two topics
Objective: to equip HR leaders to shift their focus from day-to-day departmental work to creating a departmental vision, by defining and aligning the HR function to achieve larger organizational goals.
HR Certification Guided Study
|Who should participate: anyone preparing to take the PHR or SPHR national certification exam
Schedule: six 2-hour sessions + personal study time
Objective: to enable you to successfully pass the HRCI national certification exam. Any participant who does not pass the exam after completing this program can repeat the course for only the cost of materials.
Note: the WCI study course does not include the cost of the HRCI application or exam. However, a $50 discount on the exam is included, and one first-time exam-taker will be able to take the exam free of charge.
2015 participants said this class: "was critical to my successfully passing this very difficult test" and it "was very helpful guiding us on specific information to really focus on during study time. I also felt it was helpful to be around others going through the same studying regime as me. I loved the flashcards and thought they were a tremendous help."