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Maintain HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

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Maintain HR Certification Institute (HRCI) ® and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) ® Certification ABOUT HRCI HR Certification Institute (HRCI) is the premier credentialing organization for the human resources profession. For 40 years, HRCI has set the standard for HR mastery and excellence around the globe. An independent nonprofit organization, HRCI is dedicated to advancing the HR profession by developing and administering best-in-class accredited certifications including Professional in Human Resources (PHR)®, Professional in Human Resources - International (PHRi)™, and more. Today, HR professionals from over 100 countries proudly maintain the HR Certification Institute's credentials as a mark of world-class HR aptitude and innovation. HRCI RECERTIFICATION PROCESS Achieving certification from the HR Certification Institute is a long-term commitment to yourself, your career, and the HR profession. To maintain certification, you must be prepared to continue to learn, grow, and increase your current knowledge. All certifications are valid for three years, and recertification is required every three years through demonstrated professional development (preferred method) or retaking the exam. Within the OpenSesame Plus catalog, you will have access to award-winning elearning courses that can help HR professionals in your organization maintain HRCI certification status. Approved courses offering HR Certificate Institute (HRCI) credits Learning Tracks from OpenSesame Publisher Vado Credit Hours Interviewing Basics 2 Evaluating Candidate Responses 2 The Blended Interview Process 2 Learning Tracks from OpenSesame Publisher Trüpp Credit Hours Introducing Manager Basics 1 Updated: October 2021

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