XTRAcredits is a proud partner of CPHR - Alberta in the delivery of approved, accredited on-demand courses for your continuing professional development.

Access the private portal of engaging courses and start learning today. ANYTIME. ANYWHERE. Please create your FREE account to login and access the catalog of courses. If you have already created your account, please sign in.

CPHR Online Courses — How Do I Register?

Step 1

First, register and create your account. It's FREE.

Step 2

Next, you'll now need to create your login access account to the virtual store.

Step 3

You will be asked to login to the XTRAcredits Virtual Training Platform to access your pre-approved course catalogue.

Step 4

Feel free to navigate around within the carousel and access the Training Centre or Store to make your purchase.

Begin TODAY!

After your purchase, the Training Centre will have your online courses loaded ready for you to start. Remember you only have 90 days to finish your course and print your certificate.

Canadian Professional in Human Resource

The Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) is the only human resources designation recognized across nine professional human resources associations in Canada.

CPHR's are required to earn 100 hours of professional development over three years.

What is the competency framework at CPHR Alberta?

The CPHR Competency Framework outlines 44 discipline -specific professional competencies that candidates for the designation must demonstrate in order to be chartered. Competencies are written as statements that define the work of a Chartered Professional in Human Resources, so that a provincial Human Resources association can assess whether candidates have met the standards expected by employers and the public. The competencies are regularly reviewed through a national professional practice analysis.The Chartered Professional in Human Resources Competency Framework specifies the proficiency level at which each competency is to be demonstrated and how it will be assessed. The competencies and proficiency levels represent the minimum requirement to meet CPHR designation.

The Chartered Professional in Human Resources Competency Framework is the foundation on which the CPHR designation rests. It is used by:

  • Employers and the public to better understand the value of the CPHR
  • The academic community in the design and development of course curriculum and profession - specific programs
  • CPHR holders to validate their skills and abilities, and articulate their value as a designated professional
  • CPHR holders and Chartered Professional in Human Resources Canada member associations for continuing professional development (CPD) requirements
  • Future Chartered Professional in Human Resource holders to help them understand the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to become a CPHR