The University of Winnipeg PACE has partnered with People First HR Services to create a one-of-a- kind Advanced Human Resources Certificate Program to advance the skills of mid-level HR professionals.
The program consists of eight half days sessions beginning Wednesday April 3 to May 22, 2019 and are delivered by People First HR Services’ industry leading professionals. Building on the strengths of PACE’s highly regarded HR training and expertise of People First HR Services, this program has been designed in a unique format that combines learnings and practical applications to advance the skills and knowledge of HR professionals. The format will be:
Engaging and relevant: A small group learning environment to maximize learnings from the curriculum, instructor and industry peers.
Active and reflective: Incorporating presentations, experiential learning, facilitated group discussion, and time for participants to reflect on the material in their own context.
Applied: Allowing for a variety of approved capstone project subjects to meet the learner’s unique professional growth priorities.
Credible: Upon completion of the program and capstone project, participants will receive 24 professional development credits for CPHR Accreditation.
The program is designed for HR professionals who have completed a recognized post-secondary Human Resources Diploma or Certificate and have a minimum of five years of relevant work experience as an HR professional or CPHR in good standing.
The eight module topics are:
1. The Role of Human Resources Leadership
2. Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
3. Managing Change in the Workplace
4. Managing Conflict Productively
5. Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
6. Employee Coaching and Development
7. Proactive Talent Management
8. Emerging Trends in Human Resource Policies and Practices
Registration and full details on the Advanced HR Certificate Program (including course descriptions and learning) can be found at http://pace.uwinnipegcourses.ca/content/advanced-human-resource-certificate