The State Certified HR Professional (SCHRP) credentialing program is designed to allow HR professionals in Oregon state government to be recognized for mastering state specific human resource areas. The DAS – Chief Human Resources Office (CHRO) is promoting a workforce culture of lifelong learning, professional recognition, and personal growth. SCHRP is a vehicle for professional growth for HR professionals who are spread throughout state service.
SCHRP focuses on the professional development of the HR community within public service. SCHRP recognizes HR professionals' abilities, experience, and commitment to human resources, reduces barriers across human resources functions and departments, and creates a sustainable and agile human resources workforce, thereby advancing Oregon state government in an ever-changing environment. SCHRP represents CHRO’s promise to develop HR professionals in support of Oregon state government.
|The program consists of 11 in-class sessions spread
over five months. Each cohort will have 24 students who will work
together on a change management project, attend classes, and participate in
team activities. To receive certification, students must attend all
11 sessions, complete all homework assignments, and participate on a
change management project.
The program is broken up into the following
- Human Resource Management
- The Role of HR in the Public Sector
- Legal Considerations in Human Resources
- Self-Awareness and Relationship Management
- Human Resources as a Strategic Business Partner
To view the program outline click here.
Applications for cohort #7 will start being accepted March 30, 2020. Applicants for the SCHRP program must be a current full-time state employee, be in human resources or a management service position, and have approval from their manager to participate.
March 30, 2020: Applications Open
April 17, 2020: Applications Close
May 1, 2020: Applicants Notified
July 28, 2020: Program Starts
The Chief Human Resources Office is hosting learning
sessions for SCHRP alumni and the state government HR community covering
various HR topics to continue to build on the concepts learned in the
program. The topics will vary for each
In order to participate you must be a current full-time
state employee and be in human resources or a management service position.
To register click here.
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