Chartered Human Resource Analyst (CHRA)

Course Description

The Chartered Human Resources Analyst (CHRA™) Training is an intensive program and is designed for HR and related executives who wish to broaden, sharpen and deepen their human resources management competencies.

Who should attend?

It is a Consulting professional Certification for Personnel Managers, HR Administrator, Managers and Supervisors with Personnel Responsibilities. Long experience is required with minimum bachelor degree level. A professional Postgraduate diploma in human resources management is issue to those who successfully undertake a 100 question examination after finishing the professional program.

Eligibility

You are qualified to take this certification if you have any of the below requirements:

  • Must have at least one year of experience in a related field
  • Bachelors or Masters

Course Outline

The Changing Role of HR A useful historical review of personnel/HR:

  • HR’s role in today’s workplace and beyond
  • HR as a strategic business partner
  • Organizational and external trends and challenges

The HR Function Key functional HR tasks in any organization:

  • HR functional responsibilities in small, midsized and large organizations
  • How HR relates to non-HR functions
  • HR, non-HR and shared employee-related functional activities
  • HR trends and challenges

Legal Responsibilities HR and managerial legal responsibilities:

  • Employment-related federal legislation
  • Select legal terms and their impact
  • Questions and categories to avoid during the employment process

The Employment Process Key issues of employment concern for HR practitioners:

  • Matching applicants with job requirements and responsibilities
  • Selection criteria, questioning techniques and background research
  • Orientation and assimilation
  • Current employment-related trends and challenges
  • Critical learning points

Information Processing Employee handbooks:

  • Policies and procedures manuals
  • Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
  • Information processing trends and challenges
  • Maximum HRIS utilization

Compensation Characteristics of an effective compensation system:

  • Job evaluations
  • Salary surveys
  • Traditional and dynamic compensation programs
  • Compensation trends and challenges

Organizational and Employee Development Respective responsibilities:

  • Types of employee training
  • Career development
  • Succession planning
  • Employee retention strategies
  • Trends and challenges in organizational and employee development