Watch the Q&A webinar
In this session, you’ll meet both a program facilitator and a recent graduate who will answer your questions about the program
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Where the structure and assessment of the Program is explained. Fill in the form below and we’ll send the webinar directly to your inbox.
Download the Program Guide
The APC program requires completion of four learning units:
The APC Program is designed to assess the knowledge, skills and behaviours required of HR professionals when applying advanced strategic HR management.
You will be applying the ‘toolkit’ of HR competencies and behaviours that you have learnt throughout the APC Program, in both theoretical and applied work-based assessments and reflections recorded in your learning journal.
The APC Program is offered over 18 months on a part-time basis. You will undertake one learning unit per trimester and can expect to commit at least 10 hours of study per week over this period. All four APC learning units must be completed within four years of commencement.
Distance and Virtual Workshop delivery modes
You can study via distance or virtual workshop. You will receive comprehensive learning and assessment materials and academic support to help you complete your studies successfully.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
AHRI professional members, Certified HR Practitioners and Certified HR Academics are required to undertake continuing professional development (CPD) to maintain their HR certification and AHRI professional membership.
32 CPD Points are awarded upon completion of each unit of the APC Program.
Complaints and Appeals
AHRI seeks to ensure all participants are satisfied with their educational program. If you have a concern with an aspect of your study program or decisions made in relation to your studies, these can be resolved through AHRI’s Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure. AHRI’s Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure is available on the AHRI website, in Course Handbooks and on the Student Portal to inform learners of their rights and what they can expect from AHRI when managing their complaints and or appeals.