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Contact: Marilynn Fryer
(517) 796-8466
e-mail: FryerMarilynT@jccmi.edu
July 29, 2010
For immediate release

Human resources professionals can advance their careers with SHRM prep course

Advance your career as a human resources professional with a new human resources certification preparation course, to be offered by Jackson Community College’s Corporate and Continuing Education office. The series will run on Tuesday evenings from Sept. 14 through Nov. 16 on the Jackson campus.

JCC is partnering with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) to bring the SHRM Learning System to Jackson, Lenawee, and Hillsdale County HR professionals. This series will assist entry level as well as seasoned HR professionals with maximizing their efforts to positively impact their organizations. Participants who wish to advance their career in human resources or establish new competencies within the field are strongly encouraged to enroll. The SHRM Learning System prepares individuals for the National PHR and SPHR Certification Exam. PHR/SPHR certification validates an individual’s mastery of the HR field and is a key workforce credential.

Classes will be held from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Justin Whiting Hall, Room 172. Cost is $995 per participant. Register online at www.jccmi.edu/cce, or for more information call Debbie Johnson, 517.796.8610.

Course Outline:

    Module 1: Strategic Management

  • Role of HR in organizations
  • HR strategy
  • Evaluating the internal/external environment
  • HR and the legislative and regulatory environment
  • Module 2: Workforce Planning and Employment

  • Employee rights, privacy and consumer protection legislation
  • Organizational staffing requirements
  • Recruitment, selection and retention
  • Module 3: Human Resource Development

  • Organizational development
  • Training and development
  • Talent management
  • Performance management
  • Module 4: Total Rewards

  • Compensation structure and systems
  • Benefit programs
  • Compensation and benefits legislation
  • Administering and evaluating compensation and benefits programs
  • Module 5: Employee and Labor Relations

  • Labor relations legislation
  • Union organizing and collective bargaining
  • Unfair labor practices
  • Employee involvement and engagement
  • Module 6: Risk Management

  • Organizational risk
  • Workplace safety, health, security and privacy
  • Risk management legislation

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