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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Management and Strategy: The HR Function and Business Environment (Retired) $74.95
Management and Strategy: HR and the Strategic Planning Process (Retired) $74.95
Business Management and Strategy: HR Functions and Roles (Retired) $74.95
Human Resources Core Knowledge: Skills, Concepts, and Tools (Retired) $74.95
Human Resources Core Knowledge: Functions and Activities (Retired) $74.95
Final Exam: Human Resources Core Knowledge (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned) $74.95
Final Exam: Business Management and Strategy (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned) $74.95

Bundle Price: $239.00
Total Savings: $285.65


Management and Strategy: The HR Function and Business Environment (Retired)

This course examines many of the elements of an organization's corporate strategy, the role of the HR function in the strategic planning process, and the key elements in corporate governance. The course focuses on the vital contributions HR professionals often make in the development and organization-wide communication of the mission, vision, values, strategic goals, and objectives. The course will also look at current business and regulatory environments, and how a working knowledge of those areas allows HR professionals to be key contributors in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the organization's strategic plan. Finally, the course will highlight several key elements in the legislative and regulatory process with special reference to US federal laws. This course helps prepare individuals for the Human Resource Certification Institute's (HRCI) PHR and SPHR certification examinations.
  • describe and recognize the key elements of an organizational strategy
  • identify various functional areas of an organization
  • recognize how HR's functional strategy supports the organization's strategic plan
  • recognize the key elements of corporate governance
  • recognize how key business concepts contribute to an organization's strategic direction and preferences
  • identify the types of business environment factors used in a SWOT analysis
  • recognize examples of information from the SLEPT model that contribute to the development of an organization's strategic plan
  • sequence the steps in the passage of a bill in the US Congress
  • identify steps in the federal rule-making process

Management and Strategy: HR and the Strategic Planning Process (Retired)

Strategic planning provides an understanding of where the organization currently stands and what direction it hopes to take in the future. Human Resources professionals need to understand and become partners in the strategic planning process to ensure alignment between their department's functions and organizational strategy. This course explains the strategic planning process and the role of the human resource function in this process. Key strategic decisions during life cycle stages of an organization and how a cost-benefit analysis can help in making those decisions are discussed. This course also discusses how the HR function can support organizational budgeting – a key strategic planning activity, by providing data such as human capital projections and costs. This course helps prepare individuals for the Human Resource Certification Institute's (HRCI) PHR and SPHR certification examinations.
  • identify the key stages in the strategic planning process
  • match stages in the strategic planning process to examples of the types of activities involved
  • identify actions you can take to align the HR function with the strategic plan
  • associate key characteristics to stages of the organizational life cycle
  • describe key elements of organizational structure
  • differentiate between organizational structures based on span of control
  • recognize organizational structures based on departmentalization
  • match activities to steps in a cost-benefit analysis
  • describe ROI and break-even point
  • sequence the steps typically involved in the budgetary process
  • identify examples of HR information that supports organizational budgetary planning

Business Management and Strategy: HR Functions and Roles (Retired)

This course examines many of the key functions and roles HR professionals play in an organization. Key management functions for HR managers, similar to business managers in other functional areas, include planning, organizing, directing, and controlling various strategic and operational activities in their area. HR professionals play an important role in developing and executing strategies for managing organizational change. HR professionals also establish strategic relationships with key individuals within and outside the organization to facilitate organizational decision-making and to achieve organization's objectives. Finally, HR professionals participate in enterprise risk management to ensure that organization's risks are identified, analyzed, handled effectively, and monitored on a regular basis. This course helps prepare individuals for the Human Resource Certification Institute's (HRCI) PHR and SPHR certification examinations.
  • recognize activities involved in the planning function of management
  • identify activities involved in the organizing function of management
  • identify key elements of the directing function of management
  • identify steps in the controlling function of management
  • identify the key principles of change management
  • identify activities performed in each phase of the change management process
  • describe HR's role in organizational change management
  • describe the general activities HR undertakes to collaborate with its internal partners
  • identify examples of activities HR undertakes to collaborate with specific functions of an organization
  • identify the key areas of corporate responsibility in which HR builds alliances with external stakeholders
  • identify the phases organizations experience in their efforts to partner with the community
  • identify examples of specific organizational risks
  • describe steps in the risk management process

Human Resources Core Knowledge: Skills, Concepts, and Tools (Retired)

This course examines key skills required in human resource professionals, including the ability to lead and motivate others. Human resources concepts and applications are also examined, as well as ethics and professional standards that every organization should follow. This course also provides insight into how to perform environmental scans, and discusses organizational structures as well as change management. This course helps prepare individuals for the Human Resource Certification Institute's (HRCI) PHR and SPHR certification examinations.
  • prepare for the PHR and SPHR exams
  • identify the functions of an effective communication strategy
  • sequence the steps required to create an organized presentation
  • identify key transformational roles HR leaders can assume to help implement organizational strategy
  • identify HR leadership attributes
  • recognize the types of situations that should be addressed in every organization's code of conduct
  • differentiate between environmental scanning methods
  • identify benefits of various types of organizational structures
  • identify the guiding principles of change management

Human Resources Core Knowledge: Functions and Activities (Retired)

This course examines personnel and administrative functions such as organizational documentation requirements to ensure compliance with key regulations, how to gauge employee attitudes and opinions, and the job analysis process. Financial and vendor management is also discussed, including common budgeting and accounting concepts, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and third-party supplier management. This course also addresses tools and techniques used to support HR activities, such as HR technologies, techniques for forecasting HR needs, and risk-management techniques. Finally, this course provides instruction on project management approaches and applications. This course helps prepare individuals for the Human Resource Certification Institute's (HRCI) PHR and SPHR certification examinations.
  • identify documentation guidelines
  • identify approaches used to gauge employee satisfaction
  • identify the components of a job description
  • identify methods for conducting a financial analysis
  • sequence the steps to perform a cost-benefit analysis
  • describe the purpose of key tools for financial management
  • identify the key areas in vendor management
  • identify ways that technology can be used to help support HR activities
  • identify the steps in a typical project management process
  • differentiate between the tools that can be used to track project success

Final Exam: Human Resources Core Knowledge (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned)

Generally taken near the end of a program, Final Exam: Human Resources Core Knowledge (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned) enables the learner to test their knowledge in a testing environment.
  • Topic T2 Objective O4
  • Topic T6 Objective O8

Final Exam: Business Management and Strategy (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned)

Generally taken near the end of a program, Final Exam: Business Management and Strategy (HRCI: PHR/SPHR-aligned) enables the learner to test their knowledge in a testing environment.
  • Topic T2 Objective O4
  • Topic T6 Objective O8
  • Topic T10 Objective O12
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Human Resources Core Knowledge and Strategy (HRCI: PHR/SPHR) e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252475
  • Duration:
    6 hours
  • Price:
    $239