These programs are separate from the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certifications. If you are currently SHRM-Certified these additional credentials are applied as professional development credits (PDCs) towards your recertification.
California employment legislation can be very complex. If you are practicing HR or conducting business there, earning your SHRM California Law HR Specialty credential demonstrates your proficiency and competence in the laws that apply.
This credential is eligible for 25 professional development credits (PDCs) towards recertification.
For most organizations, sourcing, engaging and retaining talent is a top priority. The Talent Acquisition Specialty Credential provides recruiters with the opportunity to gain new skills, distinguish their expertise and build their credibility.
This credential is eligible for 25 professional development credits (PDCs) towards recertification
Talent is the largest, most significant, ongoing investment made by successful organizations. By earning a SHRM People Analytics Specialty Credential, HR professionals can begin their journey into the field of people analytics, investigate relevant, real-world business issues, and effectively communicate data-supported findings.
This credential is eligible for 22 professional development credits (PDCs) towards recertification
Operating as an HR Department of one has unique challenges. It requires wearing many hats that require you to bring the full range of HR expertise to your organization. Earning your SHRM HR Department of One Specialty Credential will expand and leverage your resourcefulness and ability to focus on continuous changes.
This additional credential is eligible for 17 professional development credits (PDCs) towards recertification
The above is a glimpse of the specialty credentials currently offered by SHRM. If you would like to learn more about the above and other specialty offerings visit https://www.shrm.org/LearningAndCareer/learning