Professional in Human Resources – International (PHRi)

Trainer Rami Alsayyed
Place Omniplan + Online Live Class
Fee 250 JOD
Av. Seats 5 in Lab + 10 Online
Schedule 15/02/2021 31/03/2021 Sun, Tue, Thu 6:00pm - 8:30pm
duration 50 Hrs
Registration Closed

Course Information


Earn international HR acclaim with the Professional in Human Resources – International
(PHRi) from HRCI. The PHRi (formerly the Human Resources Business Professional or
HRBP™), for internationally based practitioners, validates professional-level competency,
knowledge and skills to help to propel your HR career forward.
With the PHRi, you demonstrate mastery of generally accepted technical and operational HR
principles in a single international setting.
PHRi preparation course includes the following subjects:
| Talent Acquisition (19%)
| HR Administration and Shared Services (19%)
| Talent Management and Development (19%)
| Compensation, Benefits, and Work Experience (17%)
| Employee Relations and Risk Management (16%)
| HR Information Management (10%)


The main objective of the course is to prepare participants to pass PHRi certification exam.


To be eligible for the PHRi you must meet one of the following conditions for education
and/or experience:
– Have at least one year of experience in a professional-level HR position + a master’s
degree or global equivalent,
-Have at least two years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a bachelor’s
degree or global equivalent, OR
-Have at least four years of experience in a professional-level HR position.


  • Module 1: Talent Acquisition (19%)
    1.01: job analysis process
    1.02: Job evaluation and job descriptions
    1.03: Existing best recruitment practices and trends
    1.04: Current market situation and talent pool availability
    1.05: Interview and assessment methods
    1.06: How to measure recruiting effectiveness
    1.07: Applicant tracking systems and/or methods
    1.08: Verbal and written offer/contract techniques


  • Module 2: HR Administration and Shared Services (19%)
    2.01: Organization policies, procedures, ongoing programs
    2.02: Record keeping requirements
    2.03: Regulations related to handling sensitive personal data
    2.04: Leave management policies and processes
    2.05: Statutory leave of absence requirements
    2.06: Benefits tracking systems
    2.07: Organization benefits and compensation policies and processes
    2.08: Employment lifecycle


  • Module 3: Talent Management and Development (19%)
    3.01: Best practice survey methods
    3.02: Principles of employment
    3.03: Market trends
    3.04: Learning and development tools and methodologies
    3.05: Coaching and mentoring methods
    3.06: Qualitative/quantitative survey and reporting methods
    3.07: Organization’s performance management strategies and methodologies
    3.08: Organization’s development strategy




    • Module 4: Compensation, Benefits, and Work Experience (17%)
      4.01: Benefits and compensation strategy and the connection to human
      capital strategy
      4.02: Methods to align and benchmark compensation
      4.03: Benefits and compensation programs in extensive detail
      4.04: Employee engagement principles and theories to enhance employee
      4.05: Current market data obtained through market studies and salary surveys
      4.06 Pay structure techniques


    • Module 5: Employee Relations and Risk Management (16%)
      5.01: Regional safety laws and guidelines
      5.02: Specific employment laws and guidelines
      5.03: Corrective action methods
      5.04: Internal and external audit procedures
      5.05: Investigation practices


    • Module 6: HR Information Management (10%)
      6.01: Existing business processes within areas of expertise
      6.02: Effective data reporting
      6.03: Existing HRIS, reporting tools, and other systems





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