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The SPHRi (HRMP – Human Resource Management Professional) is a global, competency-based credential that is designed to validate professional-level core HR knowledge and skills. This certificate demonstrates mastery of generally accepted HR principles in strategy, policy development and service delivery. Independent of geographic region, the credential complements local HR practices. Through demonstrated knowledge, the SPHRi (HRMP) enhances the credibility of HR professionals and the organizations they serve.
The certifying body : HRCI
The Human Resource 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, headquartered in the U.S., HRCI is dedicated to advancing the HR profession by developing and administering best-in-class accredited certifications.

What this program includes:
Preparation and Revision Program include:

  • Over 40 Hrs. of Classes.
  • An overview of all critical concepts.
  • Covers Six-Module content specification stated in the Exam.
  • Content Outline for the HRMP.
  • End-of-section questions and explanations to test your understanding.
  • Mock Exams.
  • Revision of main concepts and critical topics.
  • Tips on HRMP exam preparation and study planning.
  • An extensive reference bibliography.

Module 1: HR as a Business Leader (32%)
Part One: Business Management
Part Two: Strategic Management
Part Three: Internal Analysis
Part Four: External Analysis
Part Five: Strategic Human Resources

Module 2: People Development and Talent Management (29%)
Part One: Organizational Development
Part Two: Performance Management
Part Three: Training and Development
Part Four: Employee Relations
Part Five: Talent Management

Module 3: HR Service Delivery (23%)
Part One: HR Planning and Staffing
Part Two: Recruitment and Selection
Part Three: Retention and Separation
Part Four: Compensation and Benefits

Module 4: Measurement (16%)
Part One: Measurement Methods
Part Two: Balanced Scorecard
Part Three: HR Measures
Part Four: Performance Measures