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SHRM has addressed the needs of HR professionals by creating three avenues by which SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credential holders earn recertification credits:
Advance Your Education, Advance Your Organization and
Advance Your Profession. These categories parallel the SHRM BoCK’s three main elements of
Effective Individual Performance, Successful Business Outcomes, and
Advancing the HR Profession, respectively—further evidence of the relevance of these credentials to the contemporary practice of HR. Recertification will be required every three years. Professionals will need to earn 60 professional development credits (PDCs) in order to recertify.
Description / Examples
(per recertification period)
Continuing education activities, including:
Self-paced: 30 PDCs
Supervisor-endorsed work projects that:
Thought leadership and volunteer activities that contribute to the development of the HR profession and the community, including:
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