Learning Opportunities for pHCLE

pHCLE 2.0 Virtual Cohort

Experience Management Institute is offering the Exam Preparation Virtual Cohort to prepare participants to earn their Professional Human Capital Leader in Education (pHCLE) certification. The professional-level certification focuses on core HC operations and work done at a department, team, or individual level. All learning aligns to the newly updated HCLE Professional Standards. Registration includes access to 40 hours of self-paced online learning and 7 virtual class meetings. All classes are led by a Certified Professional Human Capital Leader in Education.

Virtual Class Schedule: 
Online classes will be held every Tuesday from January 18-Mar 1, 2022.

Class time: 1:00 PM -2:30 p.m. ET

Virtual classes
Immerse yourself in 90 minutes of collaborative learning over seven class sessions. These interactive sessions are designed to reinforce key concepts and provide opportunities for reflection and application.

Online learning:
Work through the online learning at your own pace. Courses include articles, videos, activities, and practice exam questions. You will have access to the courses for 12 months.

Register for the pHCLE 2.0 Virtual Cohort

pHCLE 2.0 Blended Cohort

The Blended Cohort prepares participants to become a Certified Professional Human Capital Leader in Education (pHCLE). The professional-level certification focuses on core human capital operations and work done at the department, team, or individual level. All learning aligns to the newly updated HCLE standards.

Immerse yourself in two consecutive days of in-person learning designed to actively engage you in reflection and application of the pHCLE standards. 

Dates: January 11-12, 2022 Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Location: Region 10 ESC 904 Abrams Rd., Richardson, TX, 75081

Online learning:
Work through the online learning at your own pace. Courses include articles, videos, activities, and practice exam questions. You will have access to the courses for 12 months.

Click here for more information on the pHCLE Blended Cohort