HRPA’s Online Academic Program provides the academic courses required for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation in a convenient, online format.
Currently, these courses also meet the coursework requirement for the Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation.
Spring 2018 registration open now.
Registration deadline date: May 11, 2018.
The start window is between May 1 - May 11, 2018 and
the end window is from July 20th - August 3, 2018.
HRPA's online courses are available to anyone, anywhere, for convenient learning on your computer. These classes are completely online and contain extensive multimedia lectures available 24 x 7 with downloadable PowerPoint slides, progress quizzes, and a discussion board where you will post answers to assignments, ask questions of your instructor and interact with other learners.
Starting in the Spring 2018 semester, the final exam of the OAP courses must use the proctoring service provided by a library, an exam centre within a college or university, a private exam centre or online proctoring (with a service provider designated by Captus) from a computer with Internet access to the course site. The exam must be started no earlier than 9 AM and must be completed no later than 10 PM (Eastern Time). For students writing in a different time zone, he/she shall be allowed to write at their local time outside of the Eastern Time Window, only by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org 3 days in advance of the exam. Please note that immediate response technical support is available between 9am and 5pm Eastern time on weekdays.
List of facilities providing proctoring services in Ontario >>
For those writing their exams outside of Ontario, they may use a local exam centre or the online proctoring service that is available to all.
Any costs associated with proctoring are the responsibility of the student.
Please be sure to make your invigilation arrangement well in advance of the final exam period.
The Online Academic Program includes courses in:
The Online Academic Program course schedule is a three-semester schedule, with semesters beginning in the fall (September to December), winter (January to April) and spring (May to August). All nine courses are offered.