Professional Development:

Human Resources Workshops

Whether you’re a seasoned human resources professional or just starting a career in HR, learning new skills and expanding your knowledge in the field will increase your understanding of changes within an organization, and also support your career advancement. Not only does the HR field entail hiring and retaining skilled talent, it’s also about knowing the trends, statistics, and workplace environments that impact a company’s success and employees’ well-being. Ready to take your career in HR to the next level? Sign up for a workshop in human resources today!

More information is available under the Program Description tab.

These courses are part of the Human Resources Workshops Program.

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Workshop(s)

You may be interested in workshops in this field

Comprehensive Knowledge Exam 1
Course Code:
HRMT78003
Fall
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Winter
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Spring
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Comprehensive Knowledge Exam 2
Course Code:
HRMT78004
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
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The human resources field is much more than hiring top-notch talent, the most impactful HR professionals are well-versed in people trends, workplace environments and mental health issues. Learning and applying this advanced knowledge will support your career development and set you apart from the competition. Professional development in the HR industry is critical to understanding the ever-changing workplace and prepares you for the kinds of issues you may face in the future. New developments are consistently emerging and those who can embrace these changes will be coveted within an organization. 

Due to high workplace demands, work-life balance and mental health-related issues will continually arise. Knowing how to effectively handle these situations will benefit both you and employees. Learn about mental health and work through Sheridan’s Recovery, Self-Management, and Workplace Strategies workshops. Other HR workshops include Demographic Trends in Canada and Accessible Employment Standards.

Through interactive workshops, group activities, and inspiring discussions, these HR workshops will inspire you to take your HR career to the next level.

For more information on available workshops, please contact Carolyn Ibana at carolyn.ibana@sheridancollege.ca

A career in human resources offers you a wealth of opportunities in industries such as finance, marketing, manufacturing, healthcare, and government. Skilled HR professionals are sought out for job titles such as:

  • HR Manager
  • Recruiter
  • Employee Relations Administrator
  • Talent Acquisition Leader
  • Employee Engagement Coordinator
  • Talent Operations Manager
  • HR Analyst
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • Sourcing Specialist
  • Benefits Leader