GUARANTEE: if you take this course and don't pass your exam, you may attend a comparable prep course free of charge within 12 months of taking your exam. You must complete all requirements of the course to be eligible.
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HRCI’s Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR) is the perfect certification to help fast-track your career growth and provide you with the confidence to launch into the HR profession. The aPHR certification is the first-ever HR certification designed for professionals who are just beginning their HR career or seeking to enter the HR field. Jumpstart your knowledge and confidence and become proficient in HR operations, employment law, recruitment, compensation, benefits, HR development, employee and labor relations, and safety, health and security.
This course is an intensive review of the essentials of human resource management and serves as thorough preparation for those pursuing their aPHR certification as well as a standalone course for non-HR professionals. The course incorporates study tips, test-taking strategies, practice questions, in-class exercises and discussions, and exam-specific final assessments developed exclusively by HR Cert Prep Pros to supplement your HRCP study materials.
Eligibility: Students must have a high school diploma or global equivalent. No HR experience is required, as this is a knowledge-based credential.
Required Materials: All students need the Prep for Success material package during the course. These materials come with your course registration and include:  HRCP’s printed materials, flashcards, and online practice test portal, and  HR Cert Prep Pros’ exclusive slide decks and handouts. You may add online books & audio for $50.
Virtually through Zoom
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Who Should Take This Course:
- New to HR
- Early in your career and beginning to take on operational vs administrative responsibilities
- Seeking to learn the fundamentals of HR in order to be a more effective supervisor or manager
- Responsible for the oversight of an organization’s HR function
- Debi Chernak, SPHR, SPHRi, GPHR, PHRca, SHRM-SCP, M.Ed
- Carin Owen, SPHR, MS