Recertification Credits - Looking for Favorite Resource Recommendations

Hello, and happy Friday!  I recently earned my SHRM-SCP certification and am welcoming any feedback, tips, and hearing about your favorite resources to keep up with the continuing ed/PDC requirements.  Thanks in advance!  -Andrew

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  • plenty of courses online on LinkedIn Learning - they have modules towards PDC. 

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  • Hi Andrew! HR Partners offers multiple opportunities to earn SHRM/HRCI credits. We currently host 5 monthly roundtables - 4 in-person and 1 virtual, which provide 1.5 credits each month, as well as our First Thursdays HR Legal seminars which feature Jeff Shoskin of FBT - those earn 2 HRCI/SHRM credits each month. First Thursdays is offered in both in-person and via Zoom (using the Owl!). email me to get registered for invites each month. darlene@HRPIInc.com We also have some targeted trainings coming up - stay tuned!

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    • We miss you at the Roundtables! We do have one that meets virtually on the 3rd Weds of the month at noon. We are pro-rating for the rest of 2022 if you'd like to come back! 1.5 credit hours each month. Hope to see you ! darlene@HRPIInc.com

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  • Hi Andrew, and all! For 10 SHRM PDCs, check out this FREE SHRM Veteran's at Work Certificate. It is a meaningful way to earn credits and is FREE to members AND nonmembers of SHRM. SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate Pro

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    • Andrew Tyree  BTW, congratulations on earning your SHRM-SCP!!! Woot Woot!!!

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  • Andrew, Congrats! What an accomplishment.  I recently earned my SHRM-SCP as well and was a bit anxious about staying on top of my continuing education as well. I'm finding that I have more credits than I need to "stay on track" for recertification by watching webinars that pique my interest and I started a reading list of the books that qualify for certification credits. I just doing a little reading as I have the time.  It can be a "fun" journey and doesn't need to feel like work if you find topics that are relevant or of interest. Take a deep breath and enjoy your accomplishment, earning the re-cert credits isn't difficult. 

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