A recent article by Glassdoor ranked the 25 Best Jobs in America for 2015. Human Resources came in at No. 4 on the list with 8,073 job openings and an average base salary of $96,443.
New Certifications. New Global Standard.
After several decades of the same certifications, SHRM has made significant changes by unveiling a new set of credentials. We have strategically partnered with SHRM to launch a new course developed to make your HR credentials more relevant. Our Human Resources Management SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP is designed for individuals seeking credentials that focus on identifying and testing the knowledge and practical real-life experiences HR professionals need to excel in their careers.
20 Years and Counting
Our HR program is celebrating its 20-year anniversary. In 2015, we’ve rebooted the program to accommodate the much needed changes.
“What makes these new credentials unique is for the first time they focus on teaching and testing the practical real-life information today’s professionals need,” said Jennifer Henderson, program manager. “These certifications aren’t about what you know but how you do it.”
Our Instructor’s Take
“We have been looking for a way to update our skills to take the profession to the next level,” said Cathy Missildine, instructor. “This is going to allow HR individuals to be exposed to things that business leaders need HR to pay attention to. I’m excited about the new higher-level content we’ll be sharing with our students.”
One Step Ahead
Stay current by maintaining your competitive edge. Earning these new certifications will position you for professional advancement as HR standards continue to change.