The Chartered Professional in Human Resources of Canada officially unveiled the new CPHR brand today, representing 27,000 CPHRs in the nine CPHR member provinces and three territories across Canada.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. A positive mindset at the best of times, it offers an accurate metaphor for provincial HR associations across Canada grappling with a quandary none wanted over the past year—the future of their national body and professional designation.
Given the diversity among today’s HR professionals, the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Canada re-evaluated the framework used to recognize education and experience in relation to the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation.
CCHRA becomes CPHR Canada; Designation becomes CPHR.
The Human Resources Management Association (HRMA) recently recognized Okanagan College as an accredited institution. This accreditation status provides students access to HRMA’s networking, learning, and employment resources. In addition, it allows students the opportunity to meet professional certification requirements of the National Knowledge Exam (NKE) through their coursework. The NKE is the first step in […]
The Human Resources Management Association (HRMA) is continuing to develop collaborative partnerships with education institutions, and recently signed final papers of agreement with the BC Institute of Technology (BCIT) and Okanagan College.
The Human Resources Management Association is proud to announce the recipients of the 2016 Professional Awards.
In its third-year, the HRC West Case Competition once more pitted 10 HR business teams from BC, Alberta and Manitoba academic institutions against each other—and a real life HR scenario. Two BC teams, Camosun College and Okanagan College, respectively took home the coveted gold and silver finishes.