The CPHR designation is a nationally recognized (provincially granted) level of achievement signifying that an HR practitioner meets specific professional criteria, keeps current in the field, and adheres to the professional Code of Ethics. Recertification represents your commitment to continuous learning in a profession that is constantly evolving.
As a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), you are required to recertify every three years to maintain the currency of your CPHR designation. Recertification is obtained by accumulating hours by participating in qualifying professional development activities, using the Continued Professional Development Log.
In order to maintain your CPHR designation as a member of HRANB, CPHR holders are required to: