Fall 2018 Schedule- SHRM Certification Exam Preparation Course Dates (Saturdays): September 29th, October 13th, October 27th, November 10th & December 1st Time: 9 am - 5 pm Instructor: Ray LaManna, M.A., SHRM SCP Location: Manhattanville College, 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY 10577
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Attending our classroom based course is the most effective way to prepare to pass the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exams: *Learn from a certified instructor who provides expertise, insights and one-on-one guidance. *Network, share experiences, and discuss topics with a diverse group of HR professionals. *Stay on track to earn your certification with a structured learning experience and support. *Take advantage of funding options, such as corporate tuition reimbursement.
$1,290 (SHRM National Member) $1,290 (Local SHRM Chapter Members) $1,350 (NonSHRM Member) Ask about our Manhattanville alumni pricing
Course fee includes the 2018 SHRM Learning System Registration for the certification test is additional and is paid directly to SHRM.
Instructor: Ray LaManna, M.S.,SHRM SCP, is an experienced instructor in the SHRM certification process. Ray ia actively involved in SHRM as a past Subject Matter Expert for the Strategic Management module of the Learning System as well as past national chairperson of the Management Practices committee of SHRM charged with upgrading materials for the Learning System. Ray is also an adjunct professor at Manhattanville College.
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Earn SHRM Recertification Credits! See Below for Spring 2018 Schedule
Professional Development Workshops in March with PDC Details
March 10 (Saturday): Developing Leadership Presence. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- $155)
To be successful as a leader, you must know what you're talking about, come across as credible, demonstrate confidence without being perceived as cocky and maintain your self-control, especially under pressure. Whether you are managing change, dealing with people issues or setting strategic direction, you have a greater chance of achieving your goals if you can calmly and confidently tap into your knowledge and expertise.
As a result of attending the workshop, you will be better able to:
Communicate like a leader and be authentic, engaging and focused.
Prevent your non-verbal communication from undermining your message.
Demonstrate your expertise and establish credibility.
Discover how to react quickly and effectively to the unexpected.
March 16 (Friday): Developing Legal and Effective Job Descriptions. 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- $155)
This seminar will help participants master the important function of creating, revising and leveling job descriptions. Clearly defined job descriptions outline the outcomes you desire in attracting, motivating and retaining key talent. Participants will learn practical tips and tools to create job descriptions for use in salary administration and performance appraisals to match the needs of your organization. Provides 3.75 recertification hours.
Upon successfully completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
Identify the various purposes and uses of job descriptions.
Apply the practices and principles to prepare a job analysis of responsibilities, duties and specifications.
Apply guidelines for preparing effective job descriptions.
Set clear expectations of what to expect from a workforce.
Reference federal guidelines regarding exempt, nonexempt and independent contractor status.
March 23 (Friday): Risk Management for HR Professionals 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- $155)
New programs bring opportunities… and they also bring risks. As an HR professional, you might be responsible for operations inside the HR department as well as for programs, policies, and risks for all the staff in the company. You also know that business initiatives started elsewhere in the firm can carry people-focused risks that other business leaders might not have considered. This workshop introduces the tools of the tools of enterprise risk management (ERM) that can help HR professionals learn to better assess, manage, and avoid these risks.
This workshop leverages international standards for risk management and hands-on problem solving to train human resource professionals to better:
Identify and assess risks within a human resource function.
Apply a framework for deciding which risks to take, which to mitigate, which need greatest attention.
Become the go-to resource for your organization’s strategic planning for risks that apply to all workers.
Identify risk management issues on which to selectively engage executives, management, or staff.
Applying the framework of international standard for risk management (ISO 31000) to a human resource function.
Conducting a first-ever HR-risk assessment or updating a prior assessment.
Assessing HR risk management issues in other parts of your organization.
Key tools for managing HR risk.
Professional Development Workshops in April with PDC Details
April 8 (Sunday): Project Management. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (6 SHRM PDC's -- $195)
Learn how running a project requires a mix of skill sets and tools in order to create an environment that leads to success. In this one-day hands-on workshop, you are provided with a comprehensive overview of the project management process using Microsoft Project — from planning to execution — and gain the skills to implement project management best practices within your organization.
Upon successfully completing this workshop, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency of key topics including:
Understand the meaning of project management.
To be familiar with the planning and execution phases of a project.
Understand the importance of project management as it effects strategy and business success.
Understand the concept of time and resource constraints.
Explain the relationships among scheduling, planning, and prioritization of projects and tasks.
Basic familiarity with Microsoft Project.
April 13 (Friday): Finance for Non-Financial Professionals. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- $155)
The goal of this interactive workshop is to give the participant a basic understanding of budgets and financial reports so they can hold relevant discussions and render decisions based on financial data, defining key terms like ROI, EBIT, and GAAP. Furthermore, this half-day course will discuss commonly used financial terms, financial statements, budgets, forecasting, purchasing decisions, and laws that regulate the handling of financial information. Activities throughout include instructionally sound exercises (case studies, self-assessment, discussions, professional experiential learning, etc.)
After completing this workshop, participants should emerge with an improved ability to:
Identify financial terminology.
Learn how to read financial statements.
Identify how to analyze financial statements.
Define and manage your budget.
Identify the legal aspects of finances.
April 20 (Friday): Preventing Sexual Harassment. 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm (2.5 SHRM PDC's -- $95)
Sexual Harassment has exploded in the news yet again this past year. This has led to a heightened desire to better understand the causes and types of harassment present in the workplace and the appropriate actions to be taken. This workshop will provide a current perspective of harassment in the workplace and provide managers with the appropriate tools to address harassment complaints.
As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be better able to:
Understand why respect in the workplace is essential.
Identify the various types of harassment.
Utilize the appropriate avenues of response.
April 27 (Friday): Human Capital Analytics for HR Professionals. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- 155)
This interactive, experiential human capital analytics workshop will be a "hands-on" discussion of many topics essential for both enhancing one's credibility as an HR practitioner, as well as the introduction of terms and concepts that will allow participants to change the language as well as the "lens” in which they view essential, strategic business practices.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be better able to:
Define and apply a deep comprehension of Analytics and Dynamics of Human Capital, through both an identification and differentiation of various practices and tools;
Apply and synthesize processes using the appropriate methods to collect, measure and analyze human capital data that drive market performance;
Understand the metrics used in HR analytics for such area as workforce planning, talent acquisition, retention, learning investments and climate survey results.
Examine and distinguish “Causation” – the key driver of performance
Synthesize understanding of the application of HR Metrics from Identification to the business case for Return on Investment (ROI);
Professional Development Workshops in May with PDC Details
May 4 (Friday): Coaching Skills for Supervisors. Time 4 hours TBD (3.75 SHRM PDC's -- $155)
Course description and schedule for Coaching Skills for Supervisors will be available soon.
It's easy to Register. Click Here for the spring 2018 PDC Registration form