The PHR/SPHR Certification Exam Preparation course will prepare the Human Resource Professional to sit for either the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) exam.
Professional certification is a must for the serious Human Resources Professional. Greater and greater emphasis is being placed on credentialing. It is especially important for the non-degreed Human Resource Professional. The PHR or SPHR title certifies that the bearer is instantly recognized as a knowledgeable professional.
Course highlights include the Distinctive Human Resource Learning System: a course manual (over 385 pages), 14-hour audio CD set, 400+ flash cards, and website access to online learning games, 20+ online instructional videos, as well as sample tests (over 1000 practice questions).
“ I just got back from taking PHR exam and I passed! I am SOOOOOOO glad I took your prep class! It was very helpful and I have no doubt that I would not have passed without it! Thank you!”
“David Siler is an excellent instructor who makes the training interactive and fun and the materials are exceptional! This program is focused on your success and if you are committed, you can pass the exam. I learned so much from this class and in such a short period of time, it was energizing! I am certain that I would not have passed without taking this class!”
Terry Young, PHR
Director, Human Resources
“I just wanted to share my good news with you, I passed the PHR exam! Thank you so much. I couldn't have done it without your class and materials.”
Nichole Majors, PHR
IB Analyst & Associate Program Management
Corporate & Investment Banking
“Thank you, Thank you! I stressed long and hard over this test, as a matter of fact, I almost did not take it (a severe case of test-a-phobia ). Well, because of your program....the materials, flash cards, sample tests, testing techniques and your support, I now have my SPHR. Thank you very much.”
Angela R. Joyner, SPHR
GBG Sr. Human Resources Business Partner
"Which of the following in the MOST accurate of Monica Museler since completing the PHR exam?
A) OBD (Officially Brain Dead)
B) PHR Certified
C) Thankful to David Siler and UNC Charlotte’s great prep course
D) All of the above
The correct answer is D – All of the above!!!"
Monica Museler, PHR
Human Resource Generalist
Mid Carolina Cardiology
The class was a "must have" for anyone wanting to pursue this distinction in our field. The variety and different methods of teaching really helped me to understand the content. I used it all... the lecture, CD's, flashcards, book, games, and tests. David Siler’s teaching style is one that allows the learner to apply difficult concepts and relate them back to real life examples. This is extremely helpful when taking this type abstract/subjective exam. I also recommend this class for anyone wanting to grow their body of knowledge in Human Resources. I am very grateful to be able to use this experience to further my career.
Thanks again for offering this course!
Lesley Camosci, PHR
Area Director of Human Resources
Individuals should visit the Human Resource Certification Institute's website at http://www.hrci.org/ for the most current exam details, eligibility requirements, and exam registration information. UNC Charlotte’s PHR / SPHR program does not administer the PHR / SPHR exam.
PHR Exam Eligibility:
- A minimum of 1 year of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a master’s degree or higher
- A minimum of 2 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a bachelor’s degree
- A minimum of 4 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a high school diploma
SPHR Exam Eligibility:
- A minimum of 4 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a master’s degree or higher
- A minimum of 5 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a bachelor’s degree
- A minimum of 7 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a high school diploma