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Certified Human Resources Professional, CHRP

Description

Certified Human Resources Professional — International™ CHrP

Independent of geographical region, the credential complements local HR practices.

Is this Certification Right for Me?

Demonstrate your strategic international HR leadership with the Certified Human Resources Professional – International™ (CHrP™) from Institute of Human Resources Management(IHRM). The CHrP, for internationally based HR leaders, validates senior-level HR competency and mastery of generally accepted HR principles in strategy, policy development and service delivery in a single international setting.

Am I Eligible?

To be eligible for the CHrP you must meet one of the following conditions for education and experience*:

  • Have at least four years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a master’s degree or global equivalent,
  • Have at least five years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a bachelor’s degree or global equivalent, OR
  • a minimum of seven years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a high school diploma or global equivalent.

The CHrP requires documented knowledge of local employment laws.

What Is the Exam Format & Length?

  • Computer-based Testing (CBT) online Exam
  • Exam time: 3 hours
  • Exam length: 232 scored questions (mostly multiple-choice)
  • Language: English

Once an exam application is approved, no refunds will be made whether a candidate withdraws or no longer wishes to take the exam.
To make certification more accessible worldwide, IHRM offers a global allowance for their exam which provides the exam at a reduced fee. Applicants who live in low-income, lower middle-income, and upper middle-income economies as defined on the World Bank Country and Lending Group list will pay a reduced exam fee of $200 USD/ $300 USD.

Topics for this course

35 Lessons8h

MODULE ONE CERTIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL, CHRP?

After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1.Explain what human resource management (HR) is and how it relates to the management process. 2.Give at least eight examples of how managers can use HR concepts and techniques. 3.Illustrate the HR management responsibilities of line and staff (HR) managers. 4.Provide a good example that illustrates HR’s role in formulating and executing company strategy. 5.Write a short essay that addresses the topic: why metrics and measurement are crucial to today’s HR managers.
Unit 1: The Manager’s Human Resource Management Jobs
Unit 2: Basic HR Concepts
Unit 3: Line and Staff Aspects of HRM
Unit 4: Functions of the HR Manager
UNIT 5: HR and Authority
UNIT 6: Examples of HR Job Duties
UNIT 8: Changing Environment Of HR Management
UNIT 9: Measuring HR’s Contribution
UNIT 11: Benefits of a High Performance System (HPWS)
UNIT 12: HR Professional Certification
HR and Technology

MODULE TWO CERTIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL, CHRP?

After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1.Cite the main features of at least five employment discrimination laws. 2.Define adverse impact and explain how it is proved and what its significance is. 3.Explain and illustrate two defenses you can use in the event of discriminatory practice allegations. 4.Avoid employment discrimination problems. 5.Cite specific discriminatory personnel management practices in recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, layoffs, and benefits. 6.Define and discuss diversity management.

MODULE THREE CERTIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL, CHRP?

After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1.Outline the steps in the strategic management process. 2.Explain and give examples of each type of companywide and competitive strategy. 3.Explain what a high performance work system is and why it is important. 4.Illustrate and explain each of the seven steps in the HR Scorecard approach to creating HR systems.

MODULE FOUR CERTIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL, CHRP?

After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1.Discuss the nature of job analysis, including what it is and how it’s used. 2.Use at least three methods of collecting job analysis information, including interviews, questionnaires, and observation. 3.Write job descriptions, including summaries and job functions, using the Internet and traditional methods. 4.Write job specifications using the Internet as well as your judgment. 5.Explain job analysis in a “jobless” world, including what it means and how it’s done in practice.

CHRP Practice Questions?

This exam gives people the hebe-jeebies, but with the right amount of studying you should be well-positioned to pass on your first attempt

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Target Audience

  • Have at least four years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a master’s degree or global equivalent,
  • Have at least five years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a bachelor’s degree or global equivalent, OR
  • a minimum of seven years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a high school diploma or global equivalent.