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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.
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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.
Reminder: As per the CPHR and Certification Candidate policy, CPHR and Certification Candidates are required to be members in good standing in their provincial associations by renewing and paying membership dues on an annual basis; in this case by June 30th annually.
CPHR and Certification Candidate members who have not renewed their membership dues by June 30th and paid for them in full by July 31st will be required to pay a late/reactivation fee. Please note, if you have not renewed by June 30th and paid in full by July 31st CPHR Saskatchewan reserves the right to revoke your CPHR designation and/or CPHR Certificate Candidate status.
Should you have any questions, please call or email Holly Guran: