Achieving a professional designation as a CHRP, CHRL, and/or CHRE through the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is an important step in becoming a recognized expert within the human resources—and it’s one worth keeping. Like most certifying bodies, HRPA requires its certified members to continue growing professionally throughout their careers by participating in ongoing professional development activities.
To meet HRPA’s requirements, members must earn 66.7 hours of professional development activities every three years. Formerly known as Recertification, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is HRPAs way of ensuring that the recipients of their designations continue to represent the very best in the world of human resources management.
Looking for other HR recertification credits? Follow the links below to learn how you can earn HR recertification credits for your specific certification: