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Show Your Value and Make Yourself Stand Out from the Rest!
The Human Resource Information Professional (HRIP) Certification exam is designed to assess the knowledge and competencies of professionals in the HR information management field. Passing the exam indicates a demonstrated comprehensive understanding and proficiency of the defined body of knowledge in HR information management.
Benefits to you include:
- It demonstrates your expertise. The HRIP certification is a concrete measure of your experience and your command of HRIM/HRIS concepts and processes. It adds an important credential to your resume.
- It builds your credibility. The HRIP designation tells clients and employers that you are motivated, knowledgeable and committed to quality—valuable assets to any team.
- It distinguishes you as an industry leader. Certification shows that you stay current in your work and promote high standards in the HRIM/HRIS field.
- It expands your knowledge. In preparing for the HRIP exam, you'll cover all aspects of HRIM/HRIS, including the latest trends and best practices. Plus, the recertification requirements ensure that you keep abreast of changes in the field.
Register Today for IHRIM's HRIP Review Course Offering:
February 6 - 22, 2018
This offering is a live webinar series.
IHRIM offers three delivery methods to accommodate individuals (as well as groups) to take the exam, including conveniently located testing centers around the world, live proctoring that allows candidates to take the exam wherever and whenever is most convenient, and at a host location, such as in conjunction with an industry event or the annual IHRIM Conference.
Passing the exam is only one part of the certification process. The HRIP credential will be active for a period of 3 full years starting from the date certification has been granted. In order to maintain certification, a total of 60 recertification credit hours are required during the 3 year period starting from the date the certification is granted. The credential holder will be responsible for maintaining a log of credit hours and documentation.