Training Courses

Associate Professional in Human Resources—International™ (aPHRi™)

An HR certification designed for professionals who are just beginning their HR career journey in any locale.
Reference No: 1213
5 Day(s)
04 - 08 Aug 2024
SAR 3,699
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If you are new to HR and want to distinguish yourself early on, the Associate Professional in Human Resources - International™ (aPHRi™) from HRCI is the perfect certification to help propel your career growth and provide you with the confidence to launch into the HR profession. Be one of the first to earn your aPHRi — earn the aPHRi and prove your knowledge of foundational Human Resources in any locale.

To be eligible for the aPHRi you must have a high school diploma or global equivalent. No HR experience is required since this is a knowledge-based credential.

The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) does not endorse any particular preparation program or offering. We encourage prospective certification holders to use a variety of resources that reflect their learning styles and needs. Purchasing a certification product is NOT required and HRCI does not guarantee that an individual will pass based on the purchase of a certification preparation product.

The red-and-purple HR design, HR CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE, aPHRi, PHRi, SPHRi, and GPHR are all registered trademarks of HR Certification Institute.

Content Outline

  • Module 1
  • Module 2
  • Module 3
  • Module 4
  • Module 5
  • Module 6

HR Operations (33%)

Understanding the tactical and operational tasks related to workforce management and the HR function. complying with the regulations and policies that affect the organization.

Recruitment and Selection (22%)

Understanding the hiring process including regulatory requirements, sourcing of applicants, formal interview and selection process, and on-boarding of a new hire.

Compensation and Benefits (15%)

Understanding the concepts related to total rewards such as pay and benefit programs.  Responding to employee questions and handling claims in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and company policies.

Human Resource Development and Retention (10%)

Understanding the techniques and methods for delivering training programs and developing individual employees.

Employee Relations (15%)

Understanding the methods organizations use to monitor and address morale, performance, and retention.  Balancing the operational needs of the organization with the well-being of the individual employee.

Health, Safety, and Security (5%)

Understanding the laws, regulations, and policies that promote a safe work environment.  Use risk mitigation procedures to protect against workplace hazards.