Lincoln College-Normal offers two non-credit courses in Human Resources Management:
|Course Name||Start Date|
|HR Management Certification||Fall 2013 TBD|
|SHRM Essentials of HR Management||Fall 2013 TBD|
Human Resources Management Certification Course
The Center for Adult Learning is offering, in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management, a non-credit bearing course that serves as a review/study course for those seeking certification as Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). Certification is granted upon successful completion of the exam process administered by the Human Resources Certificate Institute (HRCI).
Admission to the College is not required to enroll in a noncredit (professional or personal development) course.
Updated with current HR policies and legislation, the SHRM Learning System provides you cost effective learning with a powerful and professional developmental tool to expand your career. The Learning System will enhance your knowledge in the field of human resources and provide current references to best HR practices which help you stay on top. Click Here for more information.
SHRM Essentials of HR Management
The Center for Adult Learning is offering, in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management, “Essentials of HR Management,” which provides the knowledge to perform daily human resource tasks. Students will:
- Review key pieces of federal legislation on sexual harassment, age discrimination and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
- Gain insights into employee recruitment and selection while avoiding legal pitfalls.
- Enhance skills related to total compensation systems, pay increases and incentives, and employee benefits.
- Increase knowledge of employee orientation, on boarding, professional development, and training.
Designed as a thorough introduction to HR basics, the SHRM Essentials of HR Management course provides a solid foundation in human resource management that improves HR job performance across multiple job titles and functions. Those who can benefit include:
- New and junior HR practitioners who need to increase their knowledge base.
- Small business owners or office managers who perform the HR function for their company.
- Business managers who want to learn basic HR best practices to avoid costly litigation.
- New or experienced managers interested in learning more about employee management skills.
- Representatives selling or supporting HR systems and services.
- International HR personnel wishing to increase their knowledge of U.S. HR practices.
- Job seekers who are investigating HR as a new career option or want to have HR as a skill for future positions.