CHRP (CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Practice)


About the program

CIPD - The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development is an internationally recognised professional body for HR and people development. Through their expertise, research and more than 100 years of experience they act as a real leader and knowledge hub for building the ability to lead people in the business. 

CIPD Certificate in Human Resources Practice (CHRP) ) is recommended for those who are working in an HR role and wish to develop their knowledge and skills, and enhance their career with a CIPD qualification.

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Who is it for

The qualification is recommended to those who are:

  • new to HR or interested in a move into this area
  • working in an HR support role and wishing to develop their knowledge and skills
  • looking to further their HR career with a professional qualification

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On successful completion of the qualification, you will

  • gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours required of a professional HR practitioner
  • understand what factors impact an organisation’s resourcing and talent planning activities
  • understand the purpose and processes of performance and reward management and the role of human resources in promoting and supporting good practice
  • know the aspects of managing the employment relationship and law within this area
  • find out how HR activities support your organisation’s strategy and help it achieve its business objectives

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Fee includes

  • Learning materials developed by CIPD;
  • Individual access to Virtual Learning Environment enabling online assessment of assignments and feedback from one-to-one tutor;
  • Access to CIPD and EBSCO databases and a number of related resources on the CIPD web-site (including additional reading materials, podcasts, and reference publications);
  • Lunches and coffee brakes;
  • All round tutor support.

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Language: Learning materials, training sessions, and intermediate knowledge tests are in English.


Introductory webinar - 15 December 2017 

Module I (2 days) - 27-28 January 2018

  • Developing Yourself as an Effective Human Resources Practitioner
  • Understanding Organisations and the Role of HR   

Module II (3 days) - 2-3-4 March 2018

  • Managing, Recording, Analysing and Using HR Information
  • Preparing and Designing Learning and Development Activities

Module III (2 days) - 21-22 April 2018

  • Resourcing Talent

Module IV (2 days) - 2-3 June 2018 

  • Supporting Good Practice in Performance and Reward Management 
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