Asked by: Milouda Capellasasked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd February, 2020
What is a CPHR candidate?
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I become a CPHR candidate?
After passing the National Knowledge Exam® (NKE), candidates for certification who hold a degree have a maximum of 10 years to prove they have three years of experience in HR at a professional level in order to earn the CPHR designation.
Similarly, is Hrci recognized in Canada? CPHR Canada remains the sole recognized body and member representing Canada at both the World Federation of People Management Associations and the North American Human Resources Management Association.
Then, what does CPHR stand for?
Chartered Professional in Human Resources
How much does a CPHR make?
The average income is $84K, in line with the national average. HRMA members who hold a CPHR designation make $90K, vs. $68K for those who don't have a CPHR.