Associate Professional in Human Resources
New professionals starting a career in the world of Human Resources will find the new Associate Professional in Human Resources™ (aPHR) certification perfect for their credentials.
FROM THE HRCI™ WEBSITE: The aPHR represents the industry’s first-ever HR certification designed for practitioners who are just beginning their HR professional journey.
Geared towards entry-level human resource practitioners, the aPHR certification preparation will engage students in the six functional areas of human resources. The course is fully online encompassing seven weeks of in-depth study in the world of human resources.
For more information, please visit the HRCI Website.
Who Should Enroll?
- Young professionals embarking on a new HR management career.
- Recent college graduates.
- Armed services men and women who want to make the transition to a civilian profession.
- Other professionals seeking a career transition into the HR field.
Dr. Deirdre Carlock is a certified Senior HR Professional (SPHR and SHRM-SCP) with over 20 years of experience in the field of Human Resources and Organizational Development. She has served in key roles as a strategic advisor, team leader, and facilitator in highly visible positions partnering closely with CEOs and executive staff in the planning and implementation of comprehensive strategies to meet organizational performance goals. She is an expert on HR Strategy, organizational analysis, performance management, and organizational culture development.
Dr. Carlock currently serves as an adjunct professor at Cal Poly Pomona and as an HR and Organizational Strategy Consultant with Working with Intelligence, LLC, an organization dedicated to helping organizations achieve high performance through the respectful engagement of human capital.
*The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) does not endorse any particular preparation program or offering. We encourage prospective certification holders to use a variety of resources that reflect their learning styles and needs. Purchasing a certification product is NOT required and HRCI does not guarantee that an individual will pass based on the purchase of a certification preparation product.
|aPHR Certification Preparation|
|1 Courses Total||28 Hours Total|