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|Continuing Professional Development|
The CPHR designation is a nationally recognized level of achievement signifying that a practitioner meets specific professional criteria, keeps current in the field, and adheres to a professional Code of Ethics. Continuing professional development represents your commitment to continuous learning in a profession that is constantly evolving and is impacted by economic, social, business and legislative changes.
As a CPHR holder, you are required to submit your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) log every 3 years through your provincial HR association (CPHR Saskatchewan) through a range of Professional Development Activities. In addition to staying current in the HR field you must maintain your membership in the provincial HR association by paying membership dues.
Continuing Professional Development Process:
STEP 1: Complete your CPD log
Please note: Supplementary information may be requested for audit purposes by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Committee.
Continuing Professional Development Log Audit:
To ensure the integrity and standard of professionalism reflected in the granting of the CPHR designation, CPHR Saskatchewan is required to audit 3% of the CPD log applications. Selection of CPD log applications for the purposes of auditing is made on a random basis. It is important to retain supporting documentation to validate your submission; however do not submit your supporting documentation unless requested to do so.
CPHR Saskatchewan Audit committee is comprised of the Registrar and 2 members of the Continuing Professional Development Committee whom did not initially review the CPHR Continuing Professional Development Logs.CPHR Certificates:
The issuance date on all certificates is the date that an individual was granted his/her CPHR designation and does not include an expiration date.
Please ensure your personal information in your Member Profile on the website it up to date. This is very important as we rely on this information to send all communication via email and at times through Canada Post. If for example, your mailing address is not up to date and your CPHR Certificate is returned, you will be responsible for the costs incurred for CPHR Saskatchewan to reissue.