Call for Speakers: HRIS Audits, Compliance, Risk Management
A great way to boost your credits towards your credentials!
If you are looking to gain certification, keep updated with your colleagues, and/or keep your certification, HR.com is holding a 2-day Virtual Conference on the 5th and 6th of September. It is the quickest way to gain a LOT of credits — not to mention keeping you up-to-date by professionals in their field.
Credits will apply towards your PHR, SPHR, or GPHR.
Next Virtual Conferences
(from the HR.com website in real-time)…
Submitting Your Presentation
HR.com Certification Programs
About the Institute for Human Resources Certificate Program
The curriculum for the conference and certification program will highlight:
ways to implement
build a business case
get management buy-in
establish key metrics and
manage change in the workforce
Topics of interest for our members include, but are not limited to:
Trends Implementation Global Challenges Effects of Social Media Challenges Best Practices and Lessons Learned ROI
This type of presentation typically involves one or two speakers who present information on their topic of choice with the use of PowerPoint slides and/or other media residing on the laptop or the web.
45 minutes are allowed for this kind of presentation with 15 minutes for questions and answers.
These presentations will be simulcast live to a virtual audience, and will be recorded for future review.
This kind of presentation constitutes the majority of slots on the conference program.
These presentations will be submitted to HRCI for recertification credits.
This type of presentation typically involves a moderator and 3 or 4 panelists with extensive experience or knowledge related to the panel topic.
The moderator and the panelists generally are from distinct organizations (e.g., they are not from the same company, university or government agency).
The moderator acts as the Emcee and proposes questions to the panelists as well as relaying questions from the attendees.
1 hour is allowed for this type of panel presentation.
During the course of the conference, 3 to 4 panel presentations will be accepted for inclusion in the program.
These presentations will not be submitted to HRCI for recertification credits.
Presenters should have the following qualifications:
Expertise in the area
At least 2 years of practical experience in the area
Excellent presentation skills
You will only be able to save your submission when all fields are completed.
Please carefully review your presentation before you submit it.
How it appears in the form is how it will appear on HR.com.
Please ensure that you have reviewed the information for grammar, spelling and correct formatting.
Title – must not be more than 100 characters and should be something that defines what you will speak about.
Description – should be at least 250 words and should describe what will be covered in the session. Explain why this session will be good for conference attendees to attend.
Short Description – should be approximately 100 words, and is used to promote your session.
Who Should Participate – in most cases this will be any HR Professional, but if your session is more for managers or specific industries, this is the place to specify.
What You Will Learn – list at least 3 things that the attendees will learn from your session.
Recommended Resources – Where can people find more information about your session topic or discussion?
Speakers – who is presenting? Each speaker must have a complete profile on HR.com in order to be recognized by the system. A complete profile includes a photo and bio (in the “about me” section) of the profile. If the “About Me” is not complete please include a description of the speaker.
eLearning Quiz Questions (required for HRCI eLearning course classification) – Submit 6-10 multiple choice quiz questions relating to your webcast for attendees to complete at the end of the webcast. Please ensure the questions are general to your topic and test the attendees’ overall understanding of the content. Each question must offer 4 possible answers including the correct answer.
Categories – What areas of Human Resources does this topic relate to?
Once you click Save then you can upload your documents.
These documents will be made available to all HR.com members. Documents to include:
Your Slide presentation, in Power Point or PDF
Any other handouts or forms you would like to demonstrate during your presentation.
By submitting your presentation proposal you are agreeing to the following:
As a Speaker at the IHR event you recognize that a successful workshop requires a joint effort. Your agreement represents your willingness to commit to the process and terms. Failure to adhere to the timelines will result in being removed from the curriculum.
To attend a live Speaker training session please click on this button and then select a date you would be available…
The recording, article transcript, and podcast of each workshop will be hosted on HR.com indefinitely.
In doing this, we are able to build talent pools of highly skilled and trained professionals with critical niche skills and networks that can share best practices across these key HR disciplines.
The certification and accreditation process is developed through an independent board of advisors who are industry experts and have access to the latest technology, best practices and thought leaders in their space.
This helps to ensure the certification process is relevant, meaningful, and current.
The Certification Programs will support the development of HR Professionals to achieve the highest caliber of knowledge and expertise in each of the areas.
Abstracts for presentations from knowledgeable corporate HR professionals, are solicited to provide sessions and fulfill accreditation requirements for professionals undergoing certification and industry specialization.