What designations do you have?

Comments from the online poll on HR designations

These are just some of the comments from the online survey on HR designations. To see all the questions and responses, click here.

Here are some of the other designations that respondents have:


PHR

Insurance industry specific - FLMI

Honours BA Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology

CHRP candidate

I have a Masters in Industrial Relations and gained my 20+ years experience working my way up the HR ladder.

Payroll Management Certification

IPMA - CP IR Certificate Queens

Chartered Member MCIPD UK HR - Professional

I am currently a CHRP candidate, having passed the National Knowledge Exam

In a small company, you tend to grow into a position and wear many hats.

Post-grad Human Resource Management

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK) Diploma In Commerce Payroll Supervisor Cert from CPA

SHRP HR at GE (internal certification)

Bachelor of Administration specializing in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

I have completed the CHRM, the academic portion of the designation.

Part of the CEBS designation

Registered Professional Recruiter CHRP Candidate

I have a CGA designation

Working towards CHRP designation

Ontario Kinesiology Association - Certified Kinesiologist

MBA

I have the CHRM, I have not written the CHRP, as I feel it is a way to get money into the HRPAO unnecessarily

Payroll Manager

P.Eng.

Degree in Human Resources

Masters degree in Human Resource Management

ATMS

I have concentrated my development in the areas of communication, training and human nature - certification in human nature would not be helpful.

Formerly known as CHRM, now classified as HR Practitioner with the HRPAO.

Canadian Occupational Health Nurse

CHRP Candidate

Still a student

I still have 3 more courses to take before I can apply for the exam. I am studying/working towards the CHRP designation.

PA (Payroll Administrator)

CMPA

SPHR and CRC

I am a student.

CFP, FCUIC, FICB, BBA

One of my staff members is pursuing the CHRP designation

I gave up my HRPAO membership 2 years ago, and therefore no longer have CHRP status. No one from the HRPAO bothered to contact me directly. However, I did get something in the mail asking for feedback on why I didn't renew.

Degree

EMCA

General Member for now

B. Sc. (hons)

BA Psychology

In process of CHRP

I have it - but not for much longer.

GPHR

My designations are in a totally other profession (heath care sector)

Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management

I'm planning to write the 1st in exam in the spring. I have a HR management certificate.

BBA

CSAO Health and Safety Rep for Construction Sites

MBA

MIR, PPAC

Working towards them.

GBA and RPA designations from CEBS

IPMA-CP

DSW graduate

I did just complete my Certificate in HR Mgt at Algonquin...i.e.) 12 courses....3 years part time.

CMA CMC

Accounting/Business

Certified Payroll Manager

Soon I will be working towards my CHRP designation

HR Management Diploma OMD Diploma Business Admin Diploma

M.A. (in psychology)

Have experience in Compensation, Job evaluation, Salary and benefits survey & research, Pay equity and Human rights.

FLMI, ACS, HIAA

International Personnel Management Association - Certified Professional

CPP (4th level) CIM

PhD

CPM - Certified Payroll Manager through the Canadian Payroll Association RPR - Registered Professional Recruiter

I was "grandfathered" and if I hadn't been, I would not have sought out the designation.

Certified Payroll Manager

There are various other combinations of education and experience that are equivalent to a designation.

BA

CBP, FLMI

Certified Payroll Administrator (PA)

2 courses short of CHRP and 3 courses short of my BHRM

I am working towards a certificate in HR at Seneca College

HR Certificate

Pursuing course work in order to complete designation. T&D professional with Bachelor of Adult Education.

Canadian Securities Course (related to the business in which I practice HR so assists on the strategic side).

RPR - Registered Professional Recruiter

MBA

Working on CHRP

Working towards a CHRP designation

MCIPD CPC MITD CTDP

CPM - Certified Payroll Manager through the Canadian Payroll Association. I was surprised it was not on the list of designations to select. I also obtained my CEB from Humber College.

Registered Rehabilitation Practitioner RRP BSc Occ Health MBA HR

Certified Management Accountant

IPMA CP

Human Resources Studies Certificate

B.A., and a university Certificate in Advanced HR Studies

CHRM FROM RYERSON UNIVERSITY. IT WAS AN EXCELLENT COURSE AND REALLY GAVE ME EVERYTHING THAT I NEEDED FOR MY ROLE IN HR.

Working towards CHRP and my business degree w a major in HR.

MBA with an HR focus

Second level CEBS not completed full program

RPR-Registered Professional Recruiter PRT-Registered Professional Trainer RAS-Registered Assessment Specialist CIPD (UK) Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

MBA in HR Management

CHRP (Candidate)

HR Certificate program

CPA"S PA

CITT

M.Sc. in I/O Psychology

I have a Masters in Public Administration with HR concentration. I also took some CHRP classes.

I have a Honours Business degree majoring in Management & Labour Studies

I am a CHRP Candidate and have my Group Benefits Associate (one component of the CEBS designation)

Working towards CHRP.

RRP

Master's Degree in Organizational Development

LLB Call to Ontario Bar

BA (sociology)

Personnel & Industrial Relations Certificate Human Resources Certificate Both the above from U of T School of Continuing Studies before CHRP

MIR

Degree in Commerce - major in HR

RPR- Registered Professional Recruiter, CMP- Certified Management Professional

I am just 1 credit short of my CHRP designation but have chosen not to pursue. I don't feel it holds the weight that the industry thinks it does. Attaining a job will be the result of my the level of success I have achieved through my consulting work.

BA-ACS

IPMA-CP, PPAC

I have a University certificate which I obtained approximately 10 years ago. I am currently taking another certificate through a local college to refresh and learn new things.

I took the courses but didn't write the designation and have no interest in doing so at this point in my career.

Registered Assessment Specialist, IPM

Working toward CHRP

University Degree

MBA but I am writing the national knowledge exam in October and writing the PPA next year in October.

CHRP candidate

Currently working towards the CHRP

IPMA-CP

COHS

CHRP Candidate

B.A.

CGA (certified general accountant)

CSP

Plus a 4 year Honours degree

MBA

BA only

I'm currently working towards my Certificate in Human Resources Management, however, I don't know if I'll attempt to write the exam for my CHRP designation.

MBA

Masters Degree,

I have let it drop

Grad CIPD (UK) CHRP equivalent.

COHN (C) Certified Occupational Health Nurse Canadian (Canadian Nurses Association)

MHRM

College and University Degrees and a whole lot of experience.

I am currently completing the academic component of the CHRP designation.

IPMA-CP

CHRM

CPM (Certified Payroll Manager with the Canadian Payroll Association).

CMA

CRM

IPMA Canada -CP International Personnel Management Association of Canada - Certified Professional

Working towards CHRP

University degrees in Commerce and Nursing. The later is beneficial with Occupational Health and Safety. Also have CPP for United Stated plus course work in CEBS.

CHRP lapsed at present, may re-certify.

CHRM

CBP SPHR

Certificate in Adult training and development Chartered Accountant Social Work

CMA CIA FLMI

MBA, C. Dir.

MBTI Professional Qualification

IPMA-CP

CFA, FLMI

BA in Business, HR

IPMA (International Personnel Management Association) - Canada Certified Personnel Professional

Payroll Administrator

CHRP candidate

CHRP Candidacy CPM - Certified Payroll Manager

IPMA-CP

IPMA-CP

B. Commerce Undergraduate plus Masters in Human Resources Management

Granted from HRMA back in 1997 - didn't elect to maintain due costly fees and living abroad for 3 years

I have more than 10 years experience in HR and backed-up by my education -- HRM diploma and MBA.

CHRP Candidate

HRANB

Related degrees in HR/IR

BA

SPHR, CMS

I am a CHRP candidate - I have passed the first exam.

I had CHRP for six years and it did not benefit my consulting business at all.



WSIB/WCB Specialist (Workers Compensation Specialist)

Working toward CHRP

Assessor - A&DC London Managing HR - Seneca College

H.R. Certification from College

CPM (Certified Payroll Manager)

CPT

HR master's degree -- U OF T Pension -- University of Windsor

Experience

CDP- Career Development Practitioner

cpm

mcse

MBA

In the process of certifying for the CHRP

Honours BA

CHRP Candidate

Masters

IPMA-CP

I currently hold my diploma in Human Resources and I an 2 courses away from completing my CHRP

Bachelor of Administration majoring in Human Resources

BA in ER

HR Certificate and many years of experience.

CMC - Certified Management Consultant

If an MBA with Human Resources emphasis counts, I have it.

CHRM

RPR-Register Professional Recruiter

I have just received my HR Certificate in the mail from the Continuing Education Department from the U of C. I now will be applying for my designation with the HRIA in Calgary. I want to combine this with a Health and Safety designation (CRISP).

CRP- Registered Psychology and Psychotherapist (from Brazil)

Management Certificate program

I have completed the first exam for my CHRP.

I held the CHRP as a member of the HRPAO. Once I no longer maintained my membership, the designation lapsed. I belong to Industrial Relations and Human rights associations and get more out of them than out of the HRPAO.

I have just taken the Knowledge exam for CHRP and I am registered for the Practical Assessment (2nd and final CHRP exam). I also have a degree in business as well as a certificate in Human Resources.

CEE

Adult Education

CCHRA (C) - though not specific to the field of Human Resources the background afforded me has assisted in understanding the different roles in my profession as well as legal obligations.

CRHA (Quebec HR association)

I am currently 75 completed a Bachelors degree in Human Resources and Labour Relations. I am also completed 7 of the 9 courses for the CHRP and am planning on writing the National and Professional Assessment Exams in 2007 to achieve the CHRP designation.

B. Comm

IPMA - CP

CHRM Only

CTDP - Certified Training & Development Professional.

Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD - chartered member)

IPMA-CP

Used to have a CHRP - but dropped it because of lack of confidence in the direction of the association and did not need the CHRP to perform my professional activities

IPMA-CP

IPMA-CP

RPR (Registered Professional Recruiter)- certified through the APRC - Association of Professional Recruiters of Canada) IPMA - CP

IPMA-CP (International Personnel Management Association Certified Professional) which is through IPMA-Canada.

LOMA

B'COM Have Certificate in Human Resources Management

not yet I'm on the third year of Human Resources Management Honours

Registered Professional Recruiter; IPMA Designation

MBA with specialisation in HR

I am working towards CHRP

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