Your journey after certification
Continuous professional development (CPD) and learning are key to building professional HR standards and optimising individual career opportunities.
Continuous professional development
To ensure their professional HR skills and knowledge stay current, all AHRI Certified Practitioner members are required to undertake continuous professional development (CPD). AHRI offers all AHRI professional members exclusive access to the CPD program to help them manage and track their professional development.
AHRI has established arrangements with higher education providers to enable graduates of the AHRI Practising Certification Program to articulate into both HR and non-HR Masters level qualification with the requisite credit.
APC graduates can broaden their knowledge base and strategic skills by continuing their study into HR postgraduate qualifications, or choose to acquire skills beyond HR by pursuing business degree MBAs.
Santos supports certification because it will help in forging career pathways and developing confidence, capability and credibility for the Santos HR gene pool.
Chris Wood FCPHR, Manager HR, Santos
AHRI can lead the way in informing Australian employers that HR practitioners who are AHRI certified are experts in their field and maintain their professional currency.
Geoff de Lacy FAHRILife, Principal Director, Polaris Consulting
As you progress through your career it becomes more important to ensure the future of the profession. The certification program does that for the HR profession. That's why I took the decision to complete the Senior Leaders Pathways.
Rob Phipps FCPHR, Chief People Officer, KFC
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