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Human Resources

Acquire operational and technical knowledge of HR Practices, U.S. laws and regulations.

What is a Professional in Human Resources Certificate (PHR®)?

  • A Professional in Human Resources (PHR) is someone who has sat and passed the PHR exam.
    • In order to take the exam, one must have a bachelor's or master's degree in a business-related field or at least four years of experience in the HR field.
  • Our Human Resources Professional Exam Prep course prepares you to sit for the PHR exam with HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) as the certifying body.
  • Individuals obtaining a PHR will have mastered all the skills needed to gain an entry-level position in the field of human resources.
  • This certificate demonstrates an individual's experience in HR by passing a certification exam demonstrating his or her knowledge in technical and operational aspects of HR.
    • This includes a mastery of U.S. laws and regulations regarding interviewing, wrongful discharge, employee safety, etc

Who should attend?

  • Gaining entry level human resource positions
  • Looking for advancement in the field of human resources
  • Seeking a career in the popular and in-demand field of human resources

How to maintain certification?

  • We offer a number of online and on-site courses that are HRCI-accredited as CEs for the PHR certificate.
  • Our online courses are on-demand and can be completed at your own pace.

Register for the Certification Prep Course

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Featured Courses


HANDLING THE WORKPLACE CRISIS - PDP0753 Heightens awareness and provides specific indicators of concerning behavior, before they reach a critical point in the work environment. Explains the reasons employees do not come forward to report concerning comments or behaviors and provides tips on how to enhance proactive reporting. Explores the importance of documentation and explains the value of a threat management or crisis management team in the workplace.

 

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THE INVESTIGATIVE PROCESS; THOROUGH AND TIMELY INVESTIGATIONS - PDP0750 Provides first-line managers, supervisors, security professionals or human resources professionals tools and points to consider during an investigation. Also provides how to prepare and what it avoid in documentation. Includes preparation of the report that concludes the investigation.

 

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CROSS-CULTURAL INFLUENCE TACTICS: AN INTRODUCTION FOR HR MANAGERS - ICCM1001 Explores cultural dimensions applicable to human resources professionals and how to use them as a framework for using influence tactics. Includes outcomes of effectively using influence tactics, direction of influence and the importance of taking an individual approach when using influence tactics.

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PERFORMANCE-BASED PAY - BEHP1121 Provides an overview of performance-based pay systems in organizations. Presents the sometimes-contentious case for a properly designed performance-based pay system and research supporting the concept.

Featured Courses


HANDLING THE WORKPLACE CRISIS - PDP0753 Heightens awareness and provides specific indicators of concerning behavior, before they reach a critical point in the work environment. Explains the reasons employees do not come forward to report concerning comments or behaviors and provides tips on how to enhance proactive reporting. Explores the importance of documentation and explains the value of a threat management or crisis management team in the workplace.

 

To register and receive immediate access to this online open enrollment course please click here.



THE INVESTIGATIVE PROCESS; THOROUGH AND TIMELY INVESTIGATIONS - PDP0750 Provides first-line managers, supervisors, security professionals or human resources professionals tools and points to consider during an investigation. Also provides how to prepare and what it avoid in documentation. Includes preparation of the report that concludes the investigation.

 

To register and receive immediate access to this online open enrollment course please click here.



CROSS-CULTURAL INFLUENCE TACTICS: AN INTRODUCTION FOR HR MANAGERS - ICCM1001 Explores cultural dimensions applicable to human resources professionals and how to use them as a framework for using influence tactics. Includes outcomes of effectively using influence tactics, direction of influence and the importance of taking an individual approach when using influence tactics.

To register and receive immediate access to this online open enrollment course please click here.

 



PERFORMANCE-BASED PAY - BEHP1121 Provides an overview of performance-based pay systems in organizations. Presents the sometimes-contentious case for a properly designed performance-based pay system and research supporting the concept.

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BEHAVIOR-BASED SAFETY - BEHP1116 Introduces behavior-based safety (BBS), traditional safety programs, and why a special OBM process is necessary for safety behavior. Covers procedures for developing a comprehensive safety process. Additional topics such as case studies and maintenance procedures. Concludes with an examination of pedestrian and driver safety.



May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs
BEHAVIORAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS - BEHP1115 Covers the behavioral systems analysis (BSA) approach in OBM. Presents organizations as systems, and introduce the tools used to assess the levels of the system. Provided examples of intervention strategies, as well as how to combine performance management and systems approaches using lecture and case examples.



May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs
BUSINESS ESSENTIALS FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS - BEHP1117 Provides business essentials for behavior analysts who possess a limited business repertoire. Includes business structures, entrepreneurship, and profit-and-loss statements.




May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

CRIMINAL ASSESSMENT PROFILING - PDP0615 Teaches basic principles applied when constructing an offender profile. Identifies traits to assist in applying the profiling principles. Discusses ways data can be used by the investigator. Applies to law enforcement investigators and individuals who are interested in pursuing an investigative career.

 

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

CROSS-CULTURAL EQUIVALENCE: CONDUCTING GLOBAL ASSESSMENTS - ICCM1002 Illustrates the concept of cross-cultural equivalence based on current leading research. Includes conducting international selection, program evaluations and climate surveys. Shows measurement as a necessary component to a successfully integrated global HR system, without which meaningful comparison is impossible. Covers knowledge about the decisions surrounding measurement in multiple countries and how to avoid common pitfalls.

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

ESSENTIALS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT - BEHP1114 An introduction to the field of organizational behavior management (OBM). As a subdiscipline of ABA, OBM is the application of behavior analysis to business settings. Overview of OBM, assessment, and behavior change procedures. Discuss how to maintain behavior change, develop effective leadership, deal with problematic behavior, and how to apply behavior analytic codes of ethics in a business setting. Presentation from Aubrey Daniels, ineffective management practices.

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs
HOW TO TRAIN, EVALUATE AND MANAGE STAFF - BEHP1162 Introduces empirically derived methods to train, manage and evaluate employees from a behavior analytic perspective. Includes the most challenging aspects of clinical work (staff management, direct care staff, implementing complex procedures). Also includes an overview of literature on managing staff behavior.



May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

INTERVIEWING PRINCIPLES - PDP0614 Teaches various aspects of interviewing. Identifies the methods used to question a person and observe and interpret the physical and verbal behavior of the interviewee. Allows for more efficient and productive interviews.

 

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

LEADING GLOBAL TEAMS - ICCM1000. Teaches how adequate planning and preparation to ensure future success has taken place before forming an international team. Acts as part of a series on forming and leading culturally diverse teams. Introduces a calibration tool for self-assessment, models of excellence, key concepts that affect decision-making and practical case studies to demonstrate understanding and embracing cultural differences.

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs

SO, YOU'VE WRITTEN THE PERFECT BEHAVIOR PLAN, NOW WHAT? - BEHP1067 Reviews the literature on training, feedback and contingencies in changing behavior at the organizational level. Presents some personal examples of performance management strategies the author has used in various setting.

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May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs
TRAINING IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT - BEHP1118 Provides an expanded look at effective curriculum development and training for employees from a behavior analytic perspective.




May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019, CourseWebs