The Fellow CPHRTM (FCPHR) is a prestigious title that aims to recognize the most exceptional CPHR holders in BC and the Yukon who have made outstanding contributions to the human resources profession and their communities.
Nominations are accepted now until December 31, 2017.
- Hold the CPHR designation
- Be a member in good standing of CPHR BC & Yukon
- Must have been admitted to membership at least five years previous
Eligible nominees for the Fellow CPHR title should have demonstrated leadership in at least two of the categories below:
- Service to CPHR Canada or Provincial Associations for a period of at least five years.
- Service to a trade, industry or other professional organization related to the member’s career or business activities. (Specify date/year)
- Service to community, political or not-for-profit organizations (Specify date/year)
- Contributions to the profession through research, teaching, writing or speaking on professional issues. (Specify date/year)
- Prominence in business, political, academic or international endeavours.
- Activities/Board involvement for a period of at least five years.
A CPHR BC & Yukon committee reviews each nomination. After analyzing eligibility and criteria, the committee will recommend selected nominees for the Fellow CPHR. This recommendation is reviewed by the Board of CPHR BC & Yukon who will either accept or reject the recommendation.
The Fellow CPHR is not a competition in which nominations are measured against each other, but rather, it is a process by which each nomination is measured against the criteria in place. An unsuccessful nomination can be re-submitted in a subsequent year especially if the individual has added significantly more contributions along the six criteria identified for the award above.
Those awarded the Fellow CPHR title will use the abbreviation FCPHR after their names.
Interested in previous award recipients? Check out our Award Recipient Archive.
Please contact Award Coordinator for more information regarding the awards program.