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|CPHR Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Requirement|
As a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), you are required to maintain the currency of your CPHR designation through meeting the Continuing Professional Development Requirements.In order to maintain your CPHR designation as a member of HRANS, CPHR holders are required to:
What Qualifies as CPD?
Refer to the Summary of Qualifying Activities to learn more about what qualifies for CPD and how to calculate the CPD hours.
Continuing Professional Development Reporting Form
We have moved to online CPD Reporting!
IMPORTANT - What Is Required in the CPD Report
Please note that the each entry in the CPD report must include sufficient information to enable assessment of the activity against the qualifying criteria. If information is missing, such as organization name, course name, or actual hours, the entry will not be assessed.
Incomplete submissions will not be able to be reviewed as the reviewers will not be able to assess the activities properly. Incomplete submissions will require re-submission and will not be considered received until the fully complete signed report is received.
Tips for entering your activities:
Report Submission Period
Please keep a copy of your signed CPD report for your records before submitting it. Do not submit supporting materials as only the information contained within the printed CPD report will be reviewed. You must retain your supporting materials in the event it is required at a later time.
If your CPHR Expiry Date is March 15, 2017, you must submit your fully completed and signed CPD report during the submission period of February 1, 2017 to March 1, 2017 (by 3:00pm). (You may include activities up to March 15 but your submission must be received by 3:00pm on March 1, 2017). The original signed submission should be mailed, couriered, or dropped off to the HRANS office for receipt before 3:00pm on March 1, 2017 or a late fee will apply (regardless of circumstance).
Submission Late Fees
Received after 3:00pm on March 1, 2017 but by Wednesday, March 15, 2017: $100 plus HST late fee applies.
All submissions for CPD for individuals with a CPHR expiry date of March 15, 2017 must be received by 3:00pm on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.
To avoid paying late fees, ensure your complete submission for CPD is received by the submission deadline date and time. Incomplete submissions are not considered received until the complete information is received. To avoid incomplete submissions, ensure you use the Summary of Qualifying Activities Document to note the section and calculate the hours correctly for each item.
Additional Logistical Information
Status Inquiries: Please note that staff do not assess the submissions and as such are not able to provide status updates. Once submissions are processed and reviewed by the peer CPHR reviewers (at the end of the submission period), results are communicated to members.
Confirmation of Receipt: Submissions for CPD will receive an email confirming receipt within five (5) business days of HRANS receiving the submission (once the submission period opens on February 1st)
Supporting Documentation: You must keep a copy of your receipts and supporting documentation for all activities for which you are claiming credit as part of your CPD for a period of five years after the activity date. This supplementary information will be required if your application is selected for an audit however should not be sent with your CPD submission.
To ensure the integrity and standard of professionalism reflected in the granting of the CPHR designation, HRANS is required to audit CPD submissions. Selection of submissions for the purposes of auditing is made on a random basis. You must keep your supporting materials and copy of your submitted log for a period of 18 months after your submission due date.
CPD - was referred to Recertification until 2014.
In 2014, the Recertification process was renamed to Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This name change was implemented to better reflect the requirement to continue development as part of the ongoing certification requirements.