On-Demand Webcast: Skills Assessment Tool Info Session


Date and Time

Starts:07/19/2016 12:00 AM

Ends:07/20/2056 11:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 Hour Hour(s)

Price:

Complimentary

Availability

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HRPA has launched two new Continuing Professional Development planning tools for HR professionals: a CPD needs analysis tool synchronized with HRPA’s new professional competency framework, and a benchmarking tool for CHRPs and CHRLs that benchmarks their capabilities against other designated professionals, including by competency and by role.

Together the tools allow HR professionals to assess their individual needs for continuing professional development and to prioritize their investment to focus on what is truly important for them in their existing workplaces.

The CPD self-assessment tool measures skill levels according to the competency framework’s nine core and 15 enabling competencies. The assessment takes approximately 30-40 minutes, and feedback is provided in a PDF that outlines current skills levels and priorities for future development, as well as a list of recommended professional development approved by HRPA.

Located at www.hrpa.skillsgapanalysis.com, the tools are being made available free to all those practicing human resources.

Who should attend:

HR professionals at all levels

Speaker bio(s)
Chris Larsen, Vice President - Marketing, Membership and Professional Development

Chris Larsen is Vice President, Marketing, Membership and Professional Development at the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), the professional association for the Ontario HR community and regulator of the professional practice of HRPA’s 20,000 members. From 2001 to 2007, Chris was Chief Operating Officer of McDonnell Haynes Advertising of Toronto, a mid-size Toronto advertising agency, where his duties included HR. From 1993 through 2000 Chris held senior executive operational positions in high tech and Internet small businesses. In EZ HR Chris has combined the services and information small business leaders need to help improve employee engagement and productivity with an insurance product that protects the viability of the business in the event of employment- or human rights-related litigation.