SHRM Human Resources Course
Eastern Florida State College has joined forces with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to help you enhance your HR knowledge!
This training course prepares you to take the certification exam for the following globally-recognized credentials, enabling you to cement your status as an expert in the field:
- SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP)
- SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP)
EFSC is an accredited provider of Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for both certifications.
Not only do these credentials set you up for career advancement and align with evolving standards, but they also show employers your commitment to professional growth.
Here are a few resources to share that demonstrate how SHRM training can benefit both you and your organization:
If you're not pursuing certification, SHRM training also provides a comprehensive and fast-track option for professional development. It offers a broad perspective, reinforces key concepts, enhances your understanding of core HR skills, and improves your productivity.
Topics covered include HR competencies, people, organizations, the workplace, strategy, and more.
Prepare for the Exam
Through this course, you'll gain access to the SHRM Learning System — an online study tool with a proven track record of helping HR certification candidates exceed average exam pass rates. It offers relevant HR content and user-friendly online and mobile tools to streamline your study time, accelerate learning, and boost your confidence about taking the SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP exam.
To get an idea of what to expect, you can try a few exam questions right now.
Tuition Info and Course Registration
EFSC's SHRM course — which can be taken online or in person on the Cocoa Campus — has a tuition fee of $1,275.
Follow the link below to register for an upcoming course. Even if the class is currently at capacity, you can still join the waiting list. If you don't see a class listed in the online system, please check back later.
Social Security Number Policy
In compliance with Florida statute 119-07(1): SSNs are requested for the sole purpose of registering non-credit, continuing education students. SSNs are confidential, are immediately converted to student IDs (B numbers) to ensure confidentiality, and may be used for no other purpose. SSNs may only be disclosed to another agency or governmental entity if necessary for the receiving agency or entity to perform its duties and responsibilities as authorized by law.