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The Advanced Human Resource Certification Program has been thoroughly revamped to focus on advanced applied concepts which are useful to ALL tribal HR professionals in their day-to-day tasks. We’ll explore employment law fundamentals; ways to address bullying, harassment and sexual harassment; timekeeping and compliance issues; writing job descriptions strategically; honing leadership and communication skills; strategies for improving employees' work-life balance; and many other important topics.
This program is designed for tribal HR professionals who have successfully completed Falmouth Institute’s Human Resource Certification, or who can demonstrate at least 6 years of employment in the tribal HR field. If you’ve already earned the Advanced HR Certification, join us again for new topics and hands-on solutions to common problems in tribal HR.
Participants who successfully complete Falmouth Institute’s Advanced Human Resource Certification for Indian Country will become eligible to receive the ATHRP designation.
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|Applied Employment Law
||Advanced Employee Recruitment, Retention and Development
||Interpersonal Skills for HR Leaders
*Topics subject to change.
Become certified by completing these simple steps:
The Falmouth Advanced Human Resource Certification Program can also be delivered as an Onsite Program for organizations seeking to certify at least seven participants. To discuss onsite training opportunities, please call Falmouth at 800-992-4489, ext. 119.
In addition to five days of intensive training with Indian Country's leading HR professionals, participants must pass an online exam* that requires them to apply their advanced knowledge to HR challenges common in Indian Country. You must take the exam within seven days of completing the Advanced Human Resource Certification Program.
*Testing accommodations are available to those with a documented disability. Please contact Falmouth at 1-800-992-4489 or email@example.com to discuss your particular situation. You must request accommodations when you register for the Certification Program for accommodations to be guaranteed.
Falmouth takes pride in its exceptional faculty. We only work with outstanding trainers who have years of specialized Indian Country experience and who are experts in their fields. You can expect your instructor(s) for this program to have years of human resources and employment law experience and to deliver top quality training suited to your unique needs as a tribal human resource professional.
Your certification is valid for one year from the date it is issued. To maintain your certification, you must complete steps 1 and 2 below:
1. Attend at least 12 hours of QUALIFIED CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES (CEUs) before your certification expiration date.**
QUALIFIED TRAINING includes any of Falmouth Institute's 2-5 day Human Resources classes. Click here for the Human Resources classes (classes in bold are currently scheduled).
2. Submit a certification maintenance form by the expiration date. Please click here for the form.
**Falmouth will grant extensions for students who have registered for upcoming classes that start up to 2 months beyond the month their certification expires in. Such students will still need to submit the certification maintenance form by the expiration date. They must note on the form that the class is upcoming, and, upon class completion, resubmit their certification form.