The Advanced Human Resources Management Certificate program emphasizes detailed understanding of processes, systems, and practical and applicable knowledge for administering HR programs and moving into strategic positions on the company management team.
The 5 courses within the program are results-oriented and cover a series of specific topic areas that focus on today’s important HR management challenges. Human resources management topics covered in the program include benefits and compensation, advanced employment law, labor and employee relations and coaching skills for managers.
Students may also register for classes individually rather than the full certificate program.
Certificate Application Fee $25.00
|Class Title||Next Start Date|
|Benefits and Compensation||10/16/2018|
|Advanced Employment Law||12/06/2018|
|Labor and Employee Relations||11/13/2018|
|Coaching Skills for Managers||10/09/2018|
|Starting an Internal Coaching Team in Your Organization||10/24/2018|
This certificate program provides participants with excellent, innovative, fundamental, human resources management training. It prepares students to serve in human resource management positions in any type of organization.
This certificate is design for the the following individuals
Required courses: 5
Total hours of instruction: 35
Schedule: Classes are held during the day from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Format: Classes are held in an in-person format with experienced instructors from local organizations. Classes can be taken as part of the certificate or individually.
Location: Classes are typically held at our Sandy Campus located at:
One Sandy Center
10011 Centennial Parkway, Suite 100
Sandy, UT 84070
|Required courses||Held in:||Fall||Spring||Summer|
|Benefits and Compensation - PROEA 322|
|Advanced Employment Law - PROED 323|
|Labor and Employee Relations - PROEA 324|
|Coaching Skills for Managers - PROEA 325|
|Starting an Internal Coaching Team in Your Organization - PROEA 326|
All certificate students will receive a satisfactory or unsatisfactory grade at the conclusion of each class and the certificate program. Requirements to achieve a satisfactory grade will be detailed in the class syllabus.
Students are expected to be engaged for the full length of each class.
More information including drop policy here.
Advanced Employment Law - PROED 323
This course expands upon themes of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 examined in previous courses, such as Sexual Harassment, the American's with Disabilities Act, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and other Title VII topics. This course provides insight into the passage of Title VII and its impact on the American workforce, and discusses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the role it plays in the enforcement of Title VII. Learn how companies can comply with Title VII and avoid lawsuits, including proper paperwork and investigation procedures, and how employees can effectively respond to any improper workplace conduct.
Labor and Employee Relations - PROEA 324
This course provides in-depth information about key labor and employee relations legislation. It also helps participants understand how to develop an appropriate relational and organizational culture, create employee involvement strategies, handle discipline and formal complaint resolution, understand union organization and collective bargaining needs and issues, and establish appropriate public sector and international employee labor relations.
Coaching Skills for Managers - PROEA 325 (2 day course)
This course will prepare individuals to successfully coach others in support of the International Coach Federation’s (ICF) coaching core competencies. Individuals who attend this course will fully understand the coaching components necessary to effectively coach others and will learn a coaching model emphasizing foundational and process skills necessary for leaders and organizations.
Starting an Internal Coaching Team in Your Organization PROEA 326
Starting an Internal Coaching Team in Your Organization will prepare individuals to successfully develop and implement a full functioning internal coaching team. Based in the International Coach Federation's (ICF) coaching core competencies, Individuals who attend this course will fully understand the implementation components necessary to start and maintain a Processional Coaching team. This course emphasizes the foundational policies and process skills necessary for leaders and organizations utilizing a coaching approach.
Benefits and Compensation - PROEA 322
This course provides in-depth information about key human resources management legislation regarding benefits and compensation. It also helps participants understand how to develop a total compensation strategy, conduct job evaluations, handle incentive and executive compensation, administer pay and other compensation systems, and provide mandated or voluntary benefit programs.
Instructors for this certificate have been selected based on their professional experience, education, and ability to teach in a dynamic and engaging manner. Each of the instructors brings unique experience from coaching, management, executive management, and marketing professions. These instructors are all engaged in their fields and will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to this program. Instructors are subject to change.
Trigena H. Halley is the founder and owner of Peak Performance CCT, LLC. She has 20+ years of corporate experience with professional coaching, consulting and training. During her tenure in the corporate sector Trigena held various global leadership positions in corporate training, quality and performance consulting, with a focus on talent development, strategy execution, achievement of financial goals and client satisfaction. Trigena specializes in executive and leadership coaching, performance improvement, development of leaders and working with organizations to employ a sustainable coaching culture. Her experience spans service, non-profit, manufacturing, corporate, faith-based and educational organizations. Trigena has significant experience training groups as well as facilitating and coaching groups and intact work teams. She has led the development and implementation of leadership and technical training programs for several global corporate clients.
Trigena is the co-author of A Coach Approach to Leadership: Enhancing Performance, Empowering Others. She has a Master of Arts in Communication Consultancy and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing both from Oklahoma State University. She is also a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Director of Human Resources- Sutter Physicians Service
Jeanine Wilson has worked in the Human Resources field for 25 years. She has worked in hospitality, finance, benefits management, broadcasting, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
Jeanine is currently owner of Corporate Talent Advisors, a full service HR consulting, training, and recruiting company.
Jeanine has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human & Organizational Development from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, a Masters in Human Resources from Utah State University, and she has achieved an SPHR certification from SHRM and HRCI. Jeanine was the 2005 President of the Salt Lake SHRM Chapter and currently sits on the Utah SHRM State Council. Jeanie is also director of our Foundations of Human Resource Management Certificate and consults broadly with Professional Education across many of our certificate programs.
Mabey Wright & James PLLC Attorneys at Law
Corper James practices in the areas of general business and employment law with an emphasis on employment discrimination and litigation. Corper advises clients regarding federal and state employment laws, and also specializes in providing training and prevention programs for businesses and organizations focusing on effective management techniques. Corper is the co-author of The Opportunity of Workplace Diversity: Theory, Cases, and Exercises published by Prentice Hall. Corper is also the author of several training programs designed to assist businesses and organizations in preventing and dealing effectively with workplace conflicts.
Corper has litigation experience in general civil litigation, employment contracts, Title VII protected classes, the American's with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and employment-related state law tort claims. Corper is an experienced trainer and speaker on such issues as Title VII sexual harassment, employee handbooks, proper interview, discipline and termination procedures, workplace diversity, and the Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, ADA and ADEA. Corper represents state and national employers, as well as plaintiffs in employment cases. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Utah, where he teaches a Civil Rights Law/Employment Discrimination class.
Corper is a partner at the firm of Mabey Wright & James in Salt Lake City. Prior to joining his current firm, Corper was a shareholder at the firm of Woobury & Kesler.
Program Cost - Noncredit tuition for the full certificate is $1614.
Tuition for individual courses is as follows:
Why choose the University of Utah?
We understand that you have a choice when it comes to taking professional development courses and we work hard to earn your trust with each and every class!
By selecting the University of Utah, you’ll enjoy the following benefits whether you’re coming to us as someone new to the job market, a career changer, a seasoned professional or a lifelong learner.
Resume Power - Benefit from the University of Utah reputation for credibility and quality. Choosing the University of Utah for your certificate program makes a clear statement about your commitment to excellence.
Instructor Excellence - Learn from instructors with real world experience and professional credentials.
The Power of the U Network – Students have access to a valuable University of Utah peer and faculty network.
Networking – Meet and network with other students pursuing or working in the industry.
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#1 - Register for the Certificate
Registration for this certificate, and payment of the $25 nonrefundable fee, signifies the intent to complete all courses associated with this certificate program. Fees cover additional student services provided for our certificate students.
#2 - Register for your Certificate Classes
Once you’ve registered for the certificate and received a confirmation from our team, you may begin to register for individual certificate classes.
Certificate Completion Requirements
Students must receive an “S-Satisfactory" grade in all classes for successful completion.
How is my accomplishment recognized?
Digital Credentials / Badges
Are there exams? Am I graded?
There are no exams. Certificates are graded with a "satisfactory" or "unsatisfactory" at the end.
Can I apply these classes to a degree at the University of Utah?
This certificate is noncredit and cannot be applied to any for-credit degree.
Does this prepare me to take the SHRM Certification exam?
This course will give students applicable knowledge base that will assist in the exam, but to prepare to pass this certification test take our Human Resource SHRM Certification Exam Preparation Course.
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