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In response to the large number of inquiries received from academic institutions and organizations regarding guaranteeing CPHRTM CPD hours, CPHR BC & Yukon is proud to provide the
CPHR BC & Yukon Accreditation Program.

The CPHR BC & Yukon Accreditation Program will provide you with:

  • The ability to guarantee Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours for the CPHRTM designation for approved events.
  • The ability to enhance your marketing to a growing group of CPHRTM designation holders (currently more than 2,500 in BC).
  • Increased recognition for the quality of your offering.

Only events offered directly by CPHR BC & Yukon or events accredited by CPHR BC & Yukon can guarantee CPHRTM CPD hours in British Columbia.

CPHRTM members – if you see the CPHR BC & Yukon Accreditation Seal on event advertisements you know that the event is guaranteed to provide you with CPHRTM CPD hours.

Become Accredited

• For all new applicants: Download the Guidelines and Application Form.

• For accredited providers who wish to seek accreditation for new events during an approved term: Download the Additional Events Form.

Accredited Providers

ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance (ACHIEVE)
p: 204.452.0180
ACHIEVE is a leading provider of training and consulting services related to leadership development and workplace performance. Their fundamental belief is that people should like where they work. ACHIEVE’s purpose is to provide exceptional professional development in order to better people’s lives. Their services are geared towards a wide range of people and organizations who wish to develop skills in leadership, conflict management, communication, and workplace performance. They are a division of the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Inc.
ARETE Safety and Protection Inc.
p: 604.732.1799
As an industry leader in the prevention and management of workplace conflict and violence, ARETE’s workshops regularly receive acclaim as the most pragmatic and well-researched programs available. We firmly believe that when given the appropriate knowledge and skills, everyone is capable of making informed, effective, and safe choices when facing conflict and violence.
BCIT Corporate Training
p: 604-456-8178
BCIT Corporate Training uses the People–Purpose–Productivity model to reveal opportunities for training. For over two decades, BCIT Corporate Training has been working with businesses, municipalities and organizations to realize the true potential of their human capital.
BCIT Corporate Training
Canadian HR Academy
p: 1.866.518.7454
Canadian HR Academy is a professional development company that offers Canada’s only Talent Management certification program, the Certified Talent Management Practitioner (CTMP) program. This program equips participants with the competencies, knowledge, best-practices, and resources required to design and implement leading-edge practices in Workforce Planning, Talent Acquisition, Onboarding, Career Development, Total Rewards, Employee Engagement, Talent Pipelining, High-Potential Leadership Development, Talent Reviews, and Metrics to measure the impact of Talent Management within organizations.
Canadian HR Academy
Capilano University
p: 604.984.4910
Executive Education at Capilano University offers workshops and courses for leaders, executives and professionals in fundamental management areas. Our instructors bring executive-level career experience as well as leading-edge academic theory into the classroom. The result is learning outcomes that are relevant to today’s businesses and skills that are immediately applicable in the workplace. Executive Education at Capilano University delivers open enrolment courses for individuals as well as custom learning solutions for organizations. We can help clients from all sectors and offer certificates and awards of completion.
Carolyn Stern
p: 604.724.0353
Carolyn is a successful entrepreneur, self-development professional, author, university professor, corporate trainer and coach, as well as a Certified Emotional Intelligence Facilitator/Instructor. Her focus and passion has been on integrating emotional intelligence, leadership, and personal development, thereby empowering professionals to have the courage to get out of their own way, to live the life they have always wanted to, and to be
the best version of themselves.
Carolyn Stern
The Centre for Labour-Management Development
p: 1.800.665.4411
The Centre for Labour-Management Development is an educational resource for human resource professionals from unionized workplaces who need to stay on top of new developments in labour and human rights law. Visit us at
The Centre for Labour-Management Development
Change Innovators
p: 1.877.711.8480
Their programs utilize a variety of highly evolved tools and techniques that include: textbooks, learning materials, psychometric personality assessment, EQi-2.0 inventory, half-day modules of learning, one-on-one coaching for every leader, experiential exercises, reflection journals and case studies with a personalized approach that meets the needs of all leaders.
Change Innovators
Dale Carnegie Training of British Columbia
p: 604.299.5115
Influence leaders in your organization with persuasive communication, creative problem solving and your own focused leadership. Let Dale Carnegie Training power a winning attitude that allows you to initiate with confidence and enthusiasm
p: 1 888.966.0747 (toll free)
At EI ADVANTAGE we understand the science behind leadership, coaching and its application in business. We deliver workshops, webinars, assessments and executive coaching on the foundation of emotional intelligence. We offer certification programs in EQ-i2.0 & EQ360, Change Style Indicator ® and Change Navigator®.
eLeadership Academy
p: 604.398.4015
Your HR team is only as strong as your leadership. We’re bridging the gap between brain research, human behavior, and 21st century leadership. With online, cohort-based, expert-taught training programs, eLeadership Academy™ combines knowledge and practice to help busy HR professionals become confident, courageous leaders. Both eLEAD and eCOACH are accredited for 35 CDP hours each.
Harris & Company LLP
p: 604.684.6633
Harris has grown to become the largest management-side employment and labour law firm in Western Canada due to the skill, credibility, and conduct of their lawyers. They work with HR professionals to ensure they have the information necessary to make sound decisions, solve problems, and take action to meet their goals. By specializing in labour and employment, clients are confident they are working with an experienced team who understand the legal framework of workplace law and are knowledgeable about recent developments, significant decisions, and emerging issues. When you need someone in your court, Harris can help.
HRD Magazine
HRD Magazine concentrates on the real issues and challenges facing the HR professional and the industry, with in-depth features and analysis of what really matters. HRD magazines counterpart, HRM online is an information resource that provides a combination of up to the minute daily news, industry forums, and innovative multimedia making it the perfect vehicle for any company looking to market their products to Canadian HR professionals.
Imagine Immigration
Imagine Immigration is a boutique consulting firm specializing in Canadian employment-based immigration. Our Immigration Basics workshop covers immigration from the employer’s perspective. We empower participants with the knowledge needed to manage immigration issues for their organizations. Participants gain an understanding of immigration options to become a valuable resource to their organizations and make strategic decisions on recruitment and workforce planning.
Imagine Immigration
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
p: 844.809.2698
The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans is a non-profit membership association dedicated to providing pensions and benefits-related education throughout Canada and the United States. Content is delivered through e-learning courses, face-to-face conferences and events, on-site education, research reports and online tools. The International Foundation also offers the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist® (CEBS®) designation, backed by academic partner Dalhousie University.
Lancaster House
p: 416.977.6618
Lancaster House is a leader in providing information on labour, and employment and human rights law and in serving the needs of employees, employers, professional organizations, unions, management and legal practitioners in Canada. We boast a plethora of leading-edge publications on workplace law, as well as 20 fully searchable Databases which are accessible through our legal research tool First Resort. If that weren’t enough, Lancaster House is also responsible for a variety of extremely well-received Conferences all across Canada.
MFR Resolutions
p: 1.877.590.8153
Marli Rusen has created The Mirror Method – a practical and defensible process to apply in addressing unacceptable workplace behaviour. Workshops on the Mirror Method train all leaders on how to successfully diagnose and remedy workplace dysfunction early and respectfully.
MLT Aikins LLP
p: 604-682-7737
MLT Aikins LLP is a full-service law firm of more than 240 lawyers with a deep commitment to Western Canada and an understanding of this market’s unique legal and business landscapes. As one of the largest law firms in Canada, we have the bench strength and geographic scope to meet the increasingly complex needs of clients.
Morneau Shepell
p: 1.888.667.6328
At Morneau Shepell, we understand that you want to enhance the health, productivity, and financial security of your employees, and we work with you to design solutions that fit your needs and those of your people. We do so by applying our expertise to develop innovative answers, blending our consulting, outsourcing, and technology capabilities in an integrative fashion to provide you with complete solutions.
Ounce of Prevention Solutions Inc.
p: 604.345.7933
OOPS Inc. is a one-stop shop for all things Respectful Workplace! Our multidisciplinary team includes educators, facilitators, mediators, investigators, violence experts, HR and communications specialists, and professional coaches working together to deliver an integrated solution to conflict in the workplace. Whatever the workplace issue is – harassment, discrimination, bullying, or violence – we can help your organization address and resolve it.
ProActive ReSolutions
p: 604.482.1750
HR Professionals continually face issues not easily resolved and often not addressed in formal policies. We focus on sustained behavioral change, creating a communications framework for dealing with bullying, harassment, or return to work situations, and for supporting respectful workplaces.
Roper Greyell LLP
p: 604.806.0922
Roper Greyell LLP is one of the most well-respected and widely recognized workplace law practices in Western Canada. Our depth of experience and client-focused approach has earned us the reputation as a trusted resource for top-tier employers in British Columbia and across the country. Our practice areas include: Employment Law, Labour Law, Human Rights, Privacy, Litigation, Health + Safety, Administrative Law and Investigations.
Royal Roads University
RRU Professional and Continuing Studies offers flexible and relevant graduate certificate programs designed to enable you to acquire new knowledge, skills and behaviours to lead in an ever-changing workplace. Enhance your learning and discover leading-edge tools required to thrive within your profession. Upon successful completion of a graduate certificate program, students can transfer credit into select Master-level degrees at RRU.
Rubin Thomlinson LLP
Rubin Thomlinson’s team of knowledgeable and experienced Toronto employment lawyers understand that every situation is as unique as the people behind them. Whether you are an employer or employee, before we do anything, we’ll take the time to thoroughly understand the challenges you’re facing, then offer a solution that best meets your needs. Our Toronto-based employment law firm is relied on for expert counsel, as well as litigation, on a wide range of employment law and workplace human rights issues.
Ryley Learning
p:416.929.9555 / 844.929.9555
Ryley Learning delivers the highest quality workplace learning and compliance products. Our mandate is to make workplaces safer, and ensure that our customers minimize their legislative, reputational and litigation risks. We achieve this by producing creative, impactful, and engaging e-learning on user-friendly platforms.
Ryley Learning
Sensitivity Training Canada
A leading provider of workplace training, Sensitivity Training Canada’s mission is to help companies create workplaces where people can bring their whole self, do their best work, and live their dreams. Our workshops address Sensitivity Training for Workplace Restoration, Respect in the Workplace, Workplace Anti-Bullying and Anti-Harassment, Cultural Sensitivity Training for Diversity, and, Anti-Sexual Violence and Anti-Harassment. We provide Sensitivity Training for organizations across all industry sectors.
Sensitivity Training Canada
TRG Group
p: 604.714.4400
TRG Group, a division of HUB International TRG is a benefits consultancy recognized for innovation and thought-leadership. We have 400+ years of combined experience in the employee benefits industry. We excel at designing customized employee benefits, wellness, and retirement plans for businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
TRG Group
Tricon Solutions Inc.
p: 403.262.2624
Tricon is a premier consulting company for project, PMO, organizational change, and educational advancement services professionals. When you engage Tricon, you get the Tricon team—which is much more than just the sum of our individual competencies. We combine exceptional people with our internal Tricon knowledge base, proven methodologies, research, innovative thinking and team collaboration to deliver fit-for-purpose service and expertise.
Tricon Solutions
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP
p: 604.682.7474
We are a preeminent Canadian construction and infrastructure law firm. Our peers and clients recognize our lawyers as among the best in British Columbia. We also offer our clients an extensive range of legal services in the fields of Workplace Law, Business Immigration, Commercial Litigation, Professional Liability, Product Liability, Corporate Commercial Law and Commercial Real Estate.
UBC Extended Learning
p: 604.822.1444
e: email
UBC Extended Learning is an academic unit of the University of British Columbia, which offers outstanding flexible learning experiences that advance our students’ careers and enrich their lives. Our award-winning programs, taught by outstanding instructors from UBC and the community, are designed with students’ emerging career and personal development needs foremost in mind. Whether online, face-to-face, or through a combination of the two, our programs are delivered in formats and schedules that are accessible, practical, and convenient.
UBC Sauder School of Business
p: 604-822-8400 / Toll Free (in Canada) 1- 800-618-3932
Since 1969, UBC Sauder Executive Education has delivered programs designed to make a real difference in the way you do business. Taught by top UBC Sauder faculty and leading industry experts, our programs enable individuals and organizations achieve hard-hitting business results through relevant, integrated and action-oriented learning. With more than one hundred open enrolment programs ranging from short programs to weeklong programs in residence, we zero in on your goals and ensure you get results.
Vancouver Community College
Since 1965, VCC has earned a strong and well-deserved reputation for its commitment to community, our student-centred approach, our award-winning faculty, and our range of access and applied career programming. We strive to create new opportunities and offer enriched educational experiences for all of its students.
Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute
p: 604.684.4148/1.800.872.3105 (toll-free)
e: admin[at]wwdpi[dot]org
The Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute (WWDPI) is a federally incorporated not-for-profit charitable organization founded in 1986. Our mission is to create and sustain work wellness, prevent disability, eliminate impairment-related job loss, and worklessness for those with, or at risk of, chronic and episodic health-related challenges.
The Centre for Labour-Management Development
WorldatWork is a nonprofit human resources association for professionals and organizations focused on compensation, benefits, work-life effectiveness and total rewards — strategies to attract, motivate and retain an engaged and productive workforce. WorldatWork and its affiliates provide comprehensive education, certification, research, advocacy and community, enhancing careers of professionals and, ultimately, achieving better results for the organizations they serve. Founded in 1955, WorldatWork is affiliated with more than 70 local human resources associations and has offices in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Washington, D.C.
Workplace Institute
p: 416.704.3517
Whether it is in the public sector, academia or private industry, conducting fair and thorough investigations is becoming increasingly important. Whatever the field, if fact-finding is not done properly or the investigative process is – or is perceived to be – unfair, the consequences can be calamitous, leaving the organization conducting the investigation exposed, with its credibility and reputation in tatters. Botched investigations – especially botched workplace related investigations – inevitably cost time, money and disruption.
The Workplace Institute offers top-quality investigative courses and consulting delivered by experts. They are custom crafted to provide practical, case-based training for anyone involved in conducting investigations of any type, big or small.

Note to CPHRTM members – please continue to report non-accredited events which align to the CPHRTM Competency Framework for your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.