SHRM-CP (tm)/SHRM-SCP (tm) Certification Preparation – hrtp2000 (0 credits)
In today's ever-changing workplace, human resource professionals are assuming more responsibilities in organizations and contributing to the achievement of strategic goals by hiring and retaining talented employees. Whether you are seeking certification, recertification, or professional development opportunities, the SHRM-CP™/SHRM-SCP™ certification preparation course offers accelerated and comprehensive training on the Body of Competency and Knowledge (SHRM BoCK™), focusing on the People, Organization, Workplace, and Strategy knowledge domains. The course also covers the eight behavioral competencies, as defined in the SHRM Competency Model: Leadership & Navigation, Ethical Practice, Business Acumen, Relationship Management, Consultation, Critical Evaluation, Global & Cultural Effectiveness, and Communications. Students will gain or improve human resources knowledge and skills by using practical and real-life information, online assessments and practice tests, and creating a personal study plan, through the use of the SHRM Learning System®. This course provides 4.0 continuing education units in five, 8-hour workshops.
This non-credit course is 5 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Learning and Development, Total Rewards, Structure of the HR Function, and Workforce Management
- Discuss total rewards programs and strategies that support recruitment and retention efforts
- Discuss strategies that deliver HR services that create and drive organizational effectiveness
- Determine planning techniques and analyses used to create a robust workforce that addresses current and future organizational needs
- Determine learning opportunities that increase employee capability and organizational knowledge
Organizational Effectiveness and Development, Employee Relations, Technology and Data, and HR in the Global Context
- Determine effective techniques to align an organization’s mission, vision, and goals with day-to-day operational activities
- Describe strategies to build an organizational culture that promotes stable and productive relationships between the organization and the employees as a group
- Identify tools, technologies, and systems that support reporting of workforce information and promotes effective collaboration and communication in an organization
- Identify global PEST factors that influence HR activities, policy creation, and business solution recommendations
Diversity and Inclusion, Risk Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Employment Law and Regulations
- Identify opportunities that encompass the qualities, life experiences, personalities, education, skills, competencies, and collaboration of different types of people to address organizational needs
- Discuss risk management strategies to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and impact of unfortunate events and to maximize the realization of opportunities
- Describe techniques to create a corporate responsibility strategy through philanthropy, ethics and governance, and environmentally sound practices
- Discuss strategies to ensure an organization’s compliance with laws and regulations domestically, globally, and extraterritorially
Business and HR Strategy
- Discuss techniques used align HR strategies with the enterprise strategy
HR Competencies, Talent Acquisition and Retention, and Employee Engagement
- Describe behavioral competencies relevant to HR professionals
- Determine activities used in building and maintaining a workforce
- Determine effective strategies to address performance and behavioral expectations from employees
The University of Phoenix reserves the right to modify courses.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Units (PDUs) cannot be converted into academic credit. It is the student's responsibility to confirm whether or not CEUs/PDUs earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by employers and/or applicable licensing agencies.