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9 May — 28 Nov 2022
Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.
 

Advance your HR career
Become a partner to your business by enrolling in the AHRI Practising Certification Program. This program is equivalent to an AQF Level 8 postgraduate certificate level and offers you advanced entry into Masters of HR or MBA qualifications.
You will develop the professional HR capabilities and leadership behaviours to:

  • Apply HR thought leadership and insight to foster a productive and sustainable culture that drives individual and organisational objectives, 
  • Build organisational capability and influence organisational objectives, and
  • Increase your profile in your organisation and win that promotion.
  • A successfully completed unit of study will earn a member 32 CPD points. To learn more about CPD, click here for more information.

Upon graduation, you will be recognised as a Certified HR Practitioner (CPHR). 
Globally benchmarked
The APC Program is underpinned by the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With this program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring that HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of:

  • What you know and
  • How you apply this knowledge in practice. 

The APC Program is one of four pathways to attaining HR certification in Australia.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Payment
Congratulations – you have been deemed eligible to complete an RPL application for the AHRI Practising Certification (APC) program. Your eligibility is valid for 12 months from date of approval.

Please select from the registration options on the right of screen for the number of Units you have been approved for i.e. 1 Unit, 2 Units or 3 Units.

Then follow these steps to process your payment:

  1. Select relevant number of Units (ticket option)
  2. Select ‘Get Tickets’ button
  3. Select ‘ Proceed to Checkout’
  4. Complete the registration questions
  5. Select ‘Save & Checkout’
  6. Process your payment
Your next steps
Once payment has been finalised you will receive a payment confirmation and directions to contact the Student Support team.

Within 3 business days of notifying the Student Support team, you will be granted access to the AHRI Student Portal and assigned your RPL Assessor by the due date, which is outlined on the Student Portal.

Please note: the sooner you apply the more time you will have to complete the RPL application.
 
Additional Information
Application process closes on: Monday 20 June

As this is an assessment service, refunds are not available if your RPL application is deemed unsuccessful.
If your application is successful, you can then enrol in the next applicable unit in Trimester 3 (2022).

All outcomes will be conveyed by the Student Support team via email. This can take 2 weeks following the conclusion of the RPL Application process.

Having trouble registering? Contact Us or phone 1300 811 880.
By confirming your registration you agree to AHRI’s Terms & Conditions.

ACT Council network 
Health & Wellbeing Analytics
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased organisational focus on the mental health and wellbeing of employees. Join us to learn how PwC is helping organisations to leverage their data to create insights to proactively inform leaders and manage health and wellbeing. A case study will explore how PwC designed the health and wellbeing solution to aid executive decision-making in a large Government Department by identifying potential health and wellbeing risks to support early intervention activities. In addition the speakers will provide you with lessons learnt to help you on your journey to improving health and wellbeing through analytics.

Case study will be presented by an integrated project team with a blend of DISER and PwC speakers to take you through the problem, approach, outcome and lessons learned. 

Target Audience  
HR Practitioners of all career levels and roles will benefit from attending this forum.

  • Health & Wellbeing practitioners, HR reporting, data and analytics.
  • Those interested in how it all comes together to facilitate broader organisational activities 

 
Other Event Information  
You will obtain 2 CPD points for this forum. 
 
Registration Information  
Registration close: Monday 4 July 2022   
Having trouble registering? Contact Us or phone 1300 811 880. 
By confirming your registration you agree to AHRI’s Event Terms & Conditions. 

NSW Health, Safety and Wellbeing Network
In this webinar Dr Casey summarises the landscape of health, safety, and wellbeing innovation. Based on the recently released whitepaper, Dr Casey identifies the groundswell of ideas, theories, and models that have recently been combined into various innovative movements (e.g., New View, Safety Differently, Human and Organisational Performance).
Participants will benefit from a straightforward summary of the science underpinning these new concepts and learn about practical ways that safety innovation can be stimulated in organisations.

Target Audience  
HR Practitioners of all career levels and roles will benefit from attending this forum.

  • HR professionals with safety responsibilities
  • Safety professionals seeking new ways to improve workplace health, safety and wellbeing.

Speaker: Dr Tristan Casey, Chief Scientist, Work Science
Dr Tristan Casey is an expert in safety leadership and organisational culture. With a career in workplace health and safety spanning 15 years, he has consulted nationally and internationally across a diverse range of industries such as law enforcement, local government, utilities (water and power, including renewables), offshore oil and gas, construction, and manufacturing (wood and metals). Dr Casey is an endorsed Organisational Psychologist with two doctoral degrees, including his PhD that involved development and validation of the award-winning LEAD model. His passion is translating abstract/theoretical concepts into practical tools that have measurable impact. Dr Casey is skilled at forming collaborative and mutually beneficial partnerships between government, industry, and academia. He is also a highly regarded international speaker, having keynoted at more than 15 industry events and presented at over 100 conferences, workshops, and forums.

About Work Science
Work Science is an industry leader in safety science: health and safety, safety in design, property risk and compliance, asbestos and hazardous materials, occupational hygiene, and risk management. We have been practicing for more than 20 years, leading the practical implementation of new safety science. A pioneer in safety in design, best practice auditing, and risk management, we find ways for clients to achieve great safety outcomes based on credible science and backed by thorough measurement frameworks.

Other Event Information
You will obtain 1 CPD point for this forum.

Times

Time zone AEST ACST AWST
Session Start 8:00am 7:30am 6:00am
Session Finish 9.00am 8:30am 7.00am

Registration Information
Registration close: Tuesday 5 July 
Having trouble registering? Contact Us or phone 1300 811 880.
By confirming your registration you agree to AHRI’s Event Terms & Conditions.