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.
You’ve completed your degree, amassed considerable work experience, and are in or on your way to the job you want. For the lifelong learner, this is just the beginning of an ongoing journey of education—a fact of life taken to heart by HR professionals.
Possessed of a passion for all things HR, Serena (Aroon) Morphy, CHRP was presented with the 2015 Rising Star Award at the 2015 HRMA Conference+Tradeshow in Vancouver last April.
As Canada’s Top Scorer for the National Knowledge Exam during the November 2016 exam session, Amber Chow is one step closer to becoming a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). She can also add another accomplishment to a growing career in HR that takes heart in the high technology sector.
Canada’s Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRPs) have reason to be confident in the future of their designation. According to the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA), they are committed to a strong national body and clear vision for one designation, the CHRP, as the leading standard of HR professional excellence and ethical standards in Canada.
Much has been reported on the lack of job readiness of students completing post-secondary programming. However, employers play a key role in the skill development of Canada’s workforce. Organizations lament that one of their biggest challenges lie in skill shortages of their workforce and mismatches between demand and supply of labour.
Dylan Roguski achieved the highest score across Canada on the National Knowledge Exam session in June 2015. Here, he talks study prep and the future of HR.