Certification is vital to maintaining the high standards of the human resources profession. It also demonstrates that you have mastered the human resources body of knowledge and have accepted the personal challenge to stay abreast in the field. This credentialing program is given by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
The review course will incorporate the information that forms the base of the national test. We update the content for each review class incorporating all new regulations and current trends.
The PHR/SPHR Exam Review Course was initiated by the Management Development Institute in 1990 and is endorsed by the Springfield Area Human Resources Association. We have helped over 250 human resource professionals prepare for the exam.
The PHR/SPHR Exam Review Course is led by Glenn Pace, SPHR. Glenn has tremendous knowledge to share and over 20 years of experience in human resource management with Zenith, Solid State Circuits and Springfield Public Schools. Glenn has established a great reputation for delivering outstanding training.
Eligibility Requirements: The Human Resource Certification Institute established new eligibility requirements, effective January 1, 1999. Candidates must have two (2) years of HR exempt-level experience to earn either the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) designation or the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designations.
Questions regarding eligibility are answered in a free booklet, Certification Information Handbook, available from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) by calling (703) 548-3440 or e-mail email@example.com. This booklet also contains the registration form you will need to fill out to register for the PHR or SPHR exam. A fee is required for taking the exam.
Difference Between the PHR and SPHR : The PHR exam will focus on the technical and operational aspects of HR, whereas the SPHR exam is generally considered more strategic and policy oriented, and requires more in-depth general management and HR management practice knowledge. Although the eligibility requirements are the same, HRCI still strongly recommends that candidates attempting the PHR exam have 2-4 years of HR exempt-level experience, and candidates attempting the SPHR examination have 6-8 years of HR exempt-level experience.
The Management Development Institute PHR/SPHR Exam Review Course will assist you in preparing for the exam.