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  • HR UPGRADED...v2K13 and Beyond -- HRMATT's 9th Biennial Conference
  • HR UPGRADED...v2K13 and Beyond -- HRMATT's 9th Biennial Conference

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  • 1. The Benefits of HRThe Benefits of HR CertificationCertification Hyacinth Guy HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference Hilton Trinidad & Conference Center Date: May 13th , 2013
  • 2. Organizations created in a few locations around the world by SHRM to provide opportunities for international members to network, share best practices and have local face to face interaction. They complement local membership Membership in SHRM qualifies one to be a member in the Forum
  • 3. Society for Human Resource Management(SHRM) SHRM Member Forum of Trinidad and Tobago Human Resource Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago (HRMATT) Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) • The SHRM TT Member Forum has adopted Global HR practices in a local context as its key theme. • SHRM TT Member Forum is committed to working with HRMATT
  • 4. Elements of a profession: 1. Body of knowledge 2. Professional Association 3. Licensing with recertification 4. Research 5. Code of Ethics Status of HR in T&T 1, 2, 4, 5 HRMATT has done significant work in taking this forward
  • 5. The HRCI was established in 1976 as the certifying organization for the Human Resources Profession. Mission Develop and deliver the highest quality certification programs that validate mastery in the filed of human resource management and contribute to the continued improvement of individual and organizational performance. Vision A global HR profession whose most influential leaders and effective practitioners carry a certification from the HR Certification Institute Certified professionals 125,000 world wide Approximately 33 in Trinidad and Tobago
  • 6. •Show you know the most current principles and core practices of HR management •Become more marketable when you compete for top HR positions •Raise your professional confidence among your staff and your peers
  • 7. HR certification consists of four key components Eligibility through a combination of professional HR experience and formal education Adherence to a professional ethical standard Demonstrated applied knowledge and skills through successful completion of an exam Ongoing professional development through recertification
  • 8. The HRCI offers a comprehensive portfolio of advanced professional credentials for HR professionals worldwide. Professional in Human Resources (PHR® ) Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR® ) Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR® ) Human Resource Management Professional (HRMP℠) Human Resource Business Professional (HRBP HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference – May 13th & 14th , 2013 9
  • 9. PHR Eligibility 1 year of demonstrated professional HR experience with a Master’s degree or higher 2 years of demonstrated professional HR experience with a Bachelor’s degree 4 years of demonstrated professional HR experience with less than a Bachelor’s degree SPHR Eligibility 4 years of demonstrated professional HR experience with a Master’s degree or higher 5 years of demonstrated professional HR experience with a Bachelor’s degree 7 years of demonstrated professional HR experience with less than a Bachelor’s degree
  • 10. 2 years of demonstrated global professional HR experience with a Master’s degree or higher 3 years of demonstrated professional HR experience (with 2 of the 3 being global HR experience) with a Bachelor’s degree 4 years of demonstrated professional HR experience (with 2 of the 4 being global HR experience) with less than a Bachelor’s degree
  • 11. Minimum of 4 years of professional level experience in an HR position with a good high school diploma or global equivalent Minimum of 2 years of professional level experience in an HR position with a Bachelor’s degree or global equivalent Minimum of 1 year of professional level experience in an HR position with a Masters degree or global equivalent HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference – May 13th & 14th , 2013 15
  • 12. Minimum of 7 years of professional level experience in an HR position with a good high school diploma or global equivalent Minimum of 5 years of professional level experience in an HR position with a Bachelor’s degree or global equivalent Minimum of 4 years of professional level experience in an HR position with a Masters degree or global equivalent Proof of knowledge related to employment laws and regulations.HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference – May 13th & 14th , 2013 16
  • 13. Exam focuses on the technical and operational aspects of human resource practices regardless of geographic location HR Administration 22% Recruitment and Selection 22% Employee relations/Comm 20% Compensation and Benefits 14% Training and Development 15% Health, Safety & Security 7%
  • 14. Exam focuses on the strategic and policy- making aspects of HR management, regardless of geographic location HR as a Business Leader 32% People Development and Talent Management 29% HR Service Delivery 23% Measurement 16%
  • 15. Step 1: go to www.hrci.org Step 2: complete application and submit payment; if applying for HRMP and HRBP; submit credential readiness assessment. Step 3: Once approved eligible for the exam, you will receive a link to your Authorization to Test (ATT) Letter. Schedule your exam Take your exam Receive results HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference – May 13th & 14th , 2013 21
  • 16. •SPHR & PHR: •4 hours •225 Questions (200 scored) •GPHR: •3 hours •165 Questions (150 scored) •Bathroom breaks will cost you time
  • 17. Registration Instructions: 1. Register online at HRCI.org to verify eligibiity 2. You should receive notification of your eligibility via email within 48 hours of submitting your completed application and full payment to HRCI. 1. Contact Rhonda Moore to get the paper/pencil administration code 2. When completing the online application, please use the code for Trinidadian candidates: X—XXXX-XXXXX 5. Take your Authorization to Test (ATT) letter to Rhonda Moore and present valid, government-issued photo ID 6. Pay your local fee payment of $1200 7. The exams are on December 2, 2013 at the exam site Arthur Lok Jack School of Business Happy studying! For further questions, please e-mail: rhonda.moore@live.com or call 388-3476
  • 18. Contact rhonda.moore@live.com or call 388-3476
  • 19. HRMATT’s 9th Biennial Conference – May 13th & 14th, 2013 31 Phone: 868 681 4723 E-mail: higuy@powergen.co.tt