As the role of the human resource continues to become more critical to accelerating economic growth through business success, and improving the lives of employees, the change aligned CPHR and the member associations to be stronger together. The global association of HR sets Certified Practitioner in Human Resources — as our standard of quality.
CPHRs are proven to have unique expertise and the experience to meet the challenges of today’s workforce. The standards we have set and the quality we deliver through CPHR is second to none in the world. We have established consistent requirements for certification and continuing professional development and a global Code of Conduct. We are moving together toward self-regulation in a group that aligns with our requirements.
Certified Practitioner in Human Resources are uniquely qualified to achieve business goals. With proven expertise across key business metrics, every CPHR has the knowledge and the experience to address the factors that underpin the degree of immediate and long-term success.
CPHRs advance and expand their professional knowledge and practice across these competency areas throughout their careers, offering you the most current, evidence-based practices and technologies.
These are the key areas that, if left under-attended, become a perpetual struggle. But well-attended, become the platform upon which individuals, teams, and organizations achieve their successes.
CPHR proudly and thoughtfully represents the HR profession on the international stage. We are working with our counterparts to identify issues of common concern, share best practices and strengthen the HR profession. The CPHR designation is recognized in the United Kingdom and almost every country around the world through more than 80 accredited member institutions.
CPHR's ‘Practitioner Code of Ethics and Conduct’ expresses the commitment that CPHR Associations worldwide make to the ethical delivery of human resources practice by their members.
The CPHR education, examination and experience requirements are designed to provide candidates opportunities to develop and demonstrate the required CPHR competencies.
The requirements to become a Chartered Professional in Human Resources are:
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Intended for HR practitioners and people managers with less than ten (10) years of HR experience in the field of HR, Humanities, Psychology, or Business.
1. Register and complete the CPHR OLC Assembly
2. Complete the Certification Assessment
3. Agree to follow the CPHR Practitioner Code
Conferred Title: CPHR
OLC Program now available in the Philippines.
Limited slots only.
Next Assembly Date: 17-18 Sept 2021
Platform: Zoom Business
Intended for professionals falling into any of the following:
1. Register and complete the GEA Equivalency:
* submit necessary equivalency requirements
* provide authorization for validation
* complete a short AI-led interview
2. Agree to follow the CPHR Practitioner Code
Conferred Title: CSPHR
Next Deadline: 20 Oct 2021
CPHR candidates must demonstrate three or more years of professional experience in human resources within the last ten years, as a formal step to the CPHR designation.
HR practitioners need to demonstrate that they have worked in a position (or positions) that require a cultivated knowledge and a professional level of responsibility in HR for a minimum of three years.
HR practitioners can work toward the Experience Requirement in any sector of the economy: industry, government, public practice, professional associations, education, healthcare, or not-for-profits — essentially anywhere that has a human resources management function.