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Get 18 Hours of Business Management and Strategy Recertification Credit!

Categories: Seminar

The University of Arkansas Global Campus and Center for Statistical Research and Consulting present The Fundamentals of HR Analytics: Learning the Tools to Execute Your Strategy. This is your chance to earn 18 hours of HRCI credit. The course consists of eight sessions held on Mondays from 6 - 8:30 pm, April 16 through June 11.

Register online here.

The Fundamentals of HR Analytics: Learning the Tools to Execute Your Strategy is a uniquely developed 20-hour Global Campus/Center for Statistical Research and Consulting certificate program.  It has been designed to help human resource professionals fulfill their promise of becoming a strategic business partner. This course is packed with statistical analysis, research and application.

Course format includes eight, 2.5-hour face-to-face sessions, a full set of the learning materials, practical references, case studies, and access to online learning materials via Blackboard Collaborate (http://learn.uark.edu). Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be awarded a certificate of completion and proficiency from the University of Arkansas Global Campus. Successful completion includes attending 75 percent of class sessions, completing all in- and out-of-class assignments, and passing a final assessment.  The Fundamentals of HR Analytics: Learning the Tools to Execute Your Strategy complies with the Learning Resource Network (LERN) requirements for the Bronze level of intensity and comprehensiveness.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Recognize the strategic business questions that need to be asked and answered
  • Identify critical path data to source and manipulate
  • Apply appropriate types of analysis
  • Effectively articulate the answers to stakeholders

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