This certificate gives you a skillset that includes up-to-date Canadian regulations and policies, working with the different levels of an organization, compensation administration, recruitment, training, labour relations and other key HR components.
The nine courses listed on this page have been approved as academic credits by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and thus qualify as credits for the coursework requirements toward your Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation.
To obtain the Certificate, Fleming requires a passing grade in every course. However, to qualify to write the CHRP Knowledge Exam™, the passing of which is mandatory to attain the CHRP designation, an overall average of at least 70 percent must be attained in the nine required courses, with no mark less than 65 percent.
In Ontario the requirements for the CHRP designation are:
Members with the CHRP designation must maintain their membership in HRPA and must meet the ongoing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirement in order to maintain the designation
Please visit the CHRP Designation information page at the HRPA for further detailed information.
Human Resources is the perfect vocation for your interest in teamwork and tactful communication, your problem solving skills and your passion for policies and processes.
Competent computer skills are recommended whether you take your courses in-class or online.
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Explore the strategic importance of human HR management, job analysis & design, planning, recruitment & selection, government & legal challenges, orientation & training, management development & career planning, employee motivation, performance appraisal, compensation management, financial incentives, employee benefits & services, employee relations & practices and the Union-Management framework.
Explore technical, legislative, political, and personal issues surrounding workplace health and safety as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) and the Workplace Health and Safety. We will examine WHMIS, transportation of dangerous goods, accident prevention and investigation, physical and biological agents, and the management of Occupational Health and Safety programs.
Examine the Canadian business environment and the management decision making process in the context of organizational behaviour. Pre-requisite: Human Resources Management or equivalent work experience.
Delve into the environmental influences in Canadian union-management relations, the combination of power, reason, communications, politics and attitudes, significant bargaining issues and their economic implications, collective bargaining process, preparation for negotiations, strategies at the bargaining table, principles of negotiation, understanding and administering the collective agreement, grievances, and the arbitration process. Prior learning or work experience in Human Resources Management Principles is highly recommended.
Learn financial and management accounting concepts and techniques, focusing on the relationships between management of performance and basic management functions of planning, coordination and control. A basic knowledge of accounting and Human Resource Management is recommended before taking this subject.
Study the foundation of the reward systems found in all organizations, whether profit or not-for-profit. We examine both the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function, with special consideration of the major factors that influence the actual design of a compensation system. Prerequisite: Human Resource Management Principles.
Learn how to forecast the human resource needs of an organization within ambient socio-political situations. Prior learning or work experience in the Human Resources field is highly recommended.
Gain an understanding of how recruitment and selection fits into the broader organizational structure, processes, and goals of an organization and how this function is related to the other functions of HR management. Identify HR requirements and attract and retain an effective workforce. A background in or prior learning in Human Resources Management is recommended.
Examine the psychology of the learning process, the design, implementation, and evaluation of training programs within organizations, needs analysis procedures, program design/development, program administration, and measurement and evaluation. Prior learning or work experience in Human Resources Management Principles is highly recommended.