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NYIT partners with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to offer three HR courses:
The SHRM Learning System® for PHR/SPHR Certification is designed to provide you with a solid understanding of key areas in human resource management. The course consists of six modules that correspond to the six functional areas, responsibilities, and associated knowledge as defined by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
The course covers for 2014:
The program is offered in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as study material for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification examinations administered by HRCI. To find out about eligibility and registration for the exam, visit the HRCI Web site.
The SHRM Learning System® includes:
· Six study guides that cover the required body of knowledge
· More than 1000 practice questions as well as web-based resource center
· Mobile Study Tools: Access SHRM learning system and custom-formatted tests, flashcards, and resources from your PC, ,laptop, mobile device, or e-reader device.
· Value-added Feature! An extra review session on the business management and strategy topics covered on the SPHR exam will be offered to all students.
The course is available in a 36-hour classroom based format. Classroom-based classes meet once a week on one of NYIT's convenient Long Island or Manhattan campuses. They are taught by experienced and skilled instructors who have successfully guided several hundred individuals through their certification exams.
Those who successfully complete the course receive a Certificate of Human Resource Management from SHRM, and 3.5 CEUs of credit.
According to HRCI, earning the PHR or SPHR credential demonstrates that you commit to a higher level. When you become certified you raise your professional confidence among your staff and peers, become more marketable when you compete for HR positions and show you know the most current principles and core practices of HR management. For more information on the value of certification compared to others please select this.
Manhattan: Section M01
Meets Mondays, Sept. 15 - Dec 8
6 to 9 p.m.
Old Westbury: Section W01
Meets Tuesdays, Sept. 16 - Dec. 9
6 to 9 p.m.
Old Westbury: Section W02
Meets Saturdays, Sept. 20 - Dec. 13 (no class 10/4,11/1,11/29)
9am to 1 p.m.
Tuition: $1200 or $1150 for alumni and SHRM members. The price includes the SHRM Learning system and access to web-based practice exam questions.
Instructors for SHRM Learning System classes:
Monday evening classes in Manhattan will be taught by William Ninehan. Professor Ninehan is Director of HR Program Development and is on the faculty of NYIT’s Center for Human Resource Studies, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate HR courses and the SHRM Learning System course. He holds an Ed.S. degree in Human and Organizational Learning from The George Washington University, and SPHR, GPHR, and California certifications. He has been an item writer for the GPHR certification exam.
Tuesday evening classes in Old Westbury will be taught by Joe Libertelli, MBA, MA, SPHR, has over 20 years of HR/Labor experience, on both sides of the table. He is presently the Director of Labor Relations at Nassau University Medical Center and formerly Director of HR for Family Residences and Essential Enterprises. He earned a Master of Arts (MA) Degree in Labor/Policy and a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) Degree in Management and Leadership.
Saturday classes in Old Westbury will be taught by Deirdre Duke. Professor Duke. RN, MSN, JD, SPHR has been a human resources practitioner since 1996, entered the field following successful careers in nursing and the practice of law.
If you're new to human resources or want to strengthen your employee management skills, the SHRM Essentials of Human Resource Management Certificate Program is for you. Knowledge of the essentials can make you a better manager, protect your company from needless litigation, and help advance your career.
Offered in cooperation with the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), this cost-effective course covers real-life HR issues, including employment law, selecting qualified employees, compensation, the employee performance process and much more.
You'll benefit from the shared experiences of your instructor and peers, and learn new techniques for handling HR challenges.
Topics covered in this course include:
Students receive two workbooks with course materials and exercises and receive a certificate of Human Resource Management from Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and 1.5 CEUs. Approved for 15 HRCI recertification credits. For more information, check out our brochure, or e-mail email@example.com inquiries on this program. Also call 516.686.7722 for information.
Old Westbury campus: Section W01
Meets Fridays, Nov 7, 14, and 21
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.*
Old Westbury campus: Section W02
Meets Tuesday evenings, Oct. 21 to Nov 25
6 p.m. to 9pm
Manhattan campus: Section M01
Meets Fridays, Oct. 17, 24 and October 31
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.*
Tuition: $595 which includes material and web access
*You don’t need to bring lunch as we’ll arrange for a light lunch and beverages on-site.
Class in Manhattan on Fridays will be taught by RoseMarie LaMar. RoseMarie LaMar, MS, SPHR,. She has 20 years of HR experience and leads a HR consulting company that provides solutions to small and mid-sized companies.She has been teaching this class for quite some time and the students always find her class to be informative and worthwhile.
Class in Old Westbury on Fridays will be taught by Tom Madera, BS, PHR. He has taught this class since 2010. Students always enjoy his class. He is an experienced human resources professional with strategic, tactical, managerial and consulting experience in both established and start up environments. He also taught “Behavioral Interview Techniques” at both Hofstra and St John’s graduate schools.
Class in Old Westbury on Tueday evenints will be taught by Betsy Jacob, SPHR, GPHR. She has 12 years of experience in human resources, recruiting, and training. In her current role at Sage Solutions, she designs, develops, and delivers on-site trainings for various clients. She is the current SHRM-Long Island Conference co-chair and also serves on the Board of the Long Island chapter of ASTD (American Society of Training and Development).