Continuing Professional Development Standard
As per CPHR BC & Yukon’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Standard, holders of the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHRTM) designation must meet the following requirements:
- Be a member in good standing with CPHR BC & Yukon, including up-to-date member and CPHR dues.
- Annually report CPD hours based on the calendar year.
CPHR BC & Yukon’s CPD Standard requires a minimum of 20 hours of professional development hours each year with a rolling three-year total of 100 hours. The rolling three-year period will begin in 2019. CPD hours for each calendar year must be submitted by January 31st of the following year.
To submit your CPD hours:
- Login to your cphrbc.ca profile.
- Select ‘My CPD Hours’.
- Click on ‘Add Your CPDs’ and enter details in ‘CPD Year’ and ‘Hour Total’ fields.
- Click save.
Watch the video tutorial on CPD reporting:
CPD Tracking Tools
To help you keep track of your CPD hours two tools are available on the ‘My CPD Hours’ page of your profile. The Certified Education Hours is a record of your CPHR BC & Yukon event registrations and Self-Reported Hours is a space for you to manual record your professional development activities outside of CPHR BC & Yukon.
In addition, the CPD Summary Log is available to assist in keeping track of your professional development hours. The log includes various examples of professional development activities that have been assigned hours.
All CPHR members are subject to an audit on an annual basis which is carried out by the Audit Committee up to twice a year. Selection for an audit is randomly based on CPHR ID numbers. If audited, the CPHR member must provide supporting documents for their CPD activities to the committee within 30 days. The audit process will verify the appropriateness, suitability and adequacy of the professional development activities listed in provided documentation. Find out more about CPD Audits.
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