SHRM is proud to launch its globally recognised, real-world, practitioner-based Master's Certificate in Human Resource Management (HRM) in the Middle East. A comprehensive, experiential HR Certificate program derived from the same Body of Competency and Knowledge (SHRM BoCK™) used to develop the world-renowned SHRM-CP™ and SHRM-SCP™ professional HR certifications.
This Master's Certificate is uniquely designed: no prerequisites are required, the learner can enter the programme at any time, and there is an option to earn an Associate's Certificate. Plus, the complete Certificate programme involves a wide variety of learning experiences including: group discussions, individual and group activities, case studies, toolkit development and a post-test reinforcement of learning at the end of each course week.
The complete Master’s Certificate consists of four, week-long (five-day) courses. Each course covers two core HR subject areas followed by a knowledge-based exam. The entire Master’s Certificate must be completed in four weeks of instructor-led class time.
PROGRAM BENEFITS & FEATURES
- Led by qualified and certified instructors
- Classroom environment provides networking opportunities
- Outside-the-classroom assignments help reinforce seminar sessions.
- Course 1: Strategic Workforce Planning | Human Resource Development - 5 Days
- Course 2: Total Rewards | Employee Engagement and Relations - 5 Days
- Course 3: Creating a Talent Acquisition Strategy | Succession Planning - 5 Days
- Course 4: Your Role as the HR Business Partner | Strategic HR - 5 Days
ASSESSMENT AND EARNING CREDITS
At the end of each part of every course there will be a multiple-choice, knowledge-based assessment based upon the content covered during that course. A passing mark together with a perfect attendance record is required to be awarded the Certificate of Course Completion from SHRM/Tharwah. Should the learner miss more than two hours of the course duration or choose not to challenge the test, they will receive a Certificate of Attendance from Tharwah based on their attendance on the course. Please note, however, that unless exemption credit was awarded for previously taken courses, the participant must successful pass each Courses’ exam in order to earn the SHRM Master’s Certificate in HRM.
The exam is scheduled for the last day of each course, however the instructor may, at their discretion, modify the timing of the exam on the last day. Under normal circumstances the exam is taken in the second half of the morning session of the last day and results provided in real-time upon completion. The course assessments will be carried out electronically. Delegates are required to bring their laptop or tablet on the last day for this purpose.
Recertification Professional Development Credits (PDC)