Continuing Education Credit
The ERI Distance Learning Center (DLC) is a registered sponsor of the following types of continuing education credit:
To enroll and start taking DLC online courses for continuing education credit, click here. For a list of approved online courses for each continuing education credit type, please see our Course Credit Map.
Note: ERI Distance Learning Center online courses are routinely submitted for continuing education credit approval. Please check back periodically for newly posted and approved courses for your continuing education credit type.
PHR, GPHR, and SPHR Recertification Credits
Learning Center online courses are approved by the Human Resource Certification
Institute (HRCI) for continuing education PHR, GPHR, and SPHR
recertification credit. Our online courses are worth from 1 to 4 PHR, GPHR, and SPHR recertification credits. After you
have completed an online course, print your completion certificate, which is available
once you have passed the final exam and completed the online course evaluation.
Then submit this certificate to HRCI to earn your continuing education PHR, GPHR, or SPHR recertification credit.
Note: This program has been approved for continuing education
recertification credit hours toward PHR, GPHR, and SPHR recertification through the
Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) of the Society for Human Resource
Management. For more information about PHR, GPHR, and SPHR certification or recertification,
CPE Registry CPA Credit
CPE Registry: The ERI Distance Learning Center is registered with NASBA as a National Registry CPE sponsor. 50 DLC online courses provide CPE Registry self-study continuing education credit. Click
here to find out which online courses provide CPE Registry continuing
education credit in your state.
CPE QAS: The ERI Distance Learning Center is also registered with NASBA as a Quality Assurance Service (QAS) CPE sponsor. Click
here to find out which online courses provide self-study CPE QAS continuing
education credit in your state.
To earn self-study CPE Registry or QAS continuing education credit, simply enroll
in the DLC and select an online course using our CPE
Registry or CPE QAS Course Credit Map. Once you have passed the final exam, print your
CPE Registry or QAS completion certificate and submit it to NASBA. You must complete each course you take within one year.
Note: The ERI Distance Learning Center is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors and as a sponsor of the Quality Assurance Service (QAS). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to NASBA through its website: www.learningmarket.org.
CBP, GRP, and CCP Recertification Credits
The ERI Distance Learning Center offers online courses that will satisfy
your CCP®, CBP, and GRP® recertification credit requirements.
Most continuing education online courses last approximately 1 hour and provide an in-depth examination of a compensation, benefits, or remuneration topic.
For more information on recertification, visit the Society website at www.worldatworksociety.org. To determine the number of Society recertification credits that each educational activity qualifies for, please view the Recertification Application on this website, www.worldatworksociety.org, or contact WorldatWork Customer Relationship Services at 877.951.9191.
Once you have completed your courses, please print out and retain your certificates.
Distance Learning Center online courses were designed especially for you, the compensation and benefits professional. Click here to view a list of available courses.
CHRP for Canadian Human Resources Professionals
The ERI Distance Learning Center offers online courses that may be eligible for recertification points in the Total Compensation RPC.
For Canadian holders of the CHRP we recommend courses in the following categories:
- Salary Administration – excluding courses 32 and 84
- Incentive Compensation
- Relocation Planning
Keep track of the time it takes you to complete each course and enter it in your National Recertification Log along with other information about the course.
JCA Continuing Education Credit
and Compensation Analyst (JCA) credential is the Distance Learning Center's
own continuing education accreditation program. You can earn the JCA designation
by completing 50
Distance Learning online courses within a year. Becoming a credentialed Job and Compensation Analyst proves
your mastery of today's most advanced compensation methods and job analysis
Note: To start earning your JCA continuing education certificate,
in the ERI Distance Learning Center and select an online course. Once you
have completed 50 online courses and passed each final exam, you will receive your JCA credential. Each DLC online course is approved
for 1 credit hour of JCA continuing education credit. Click
here for a list of available online courses. To find out more about the
JCA continuing education program and its eligibility requirements, click
CRCC Credit for Rehabilitation Counselors
The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) provides
certification for professionals in rehabilitation counseling services. The
CRCC has certified more than 30,000 counselors in the U.S. and Canada.
Two types of certification are available: Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
(CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CCRC). To find information
about obtaining your original CRC or CCRC, see http://www.crccertification.com.
In order to extend their certification status, rehabilitation counselors
must earn 100 hours of continuing education credit every 5 years OR take a
recertification exam. See http://www.crccertification.com/pages/15ce.html
for more information. Selected DLC courses are pre-approved by the CRCC to
provide 2 hours of continuing education credit. See our CRCC
Course Credit Map to review these courses.
Users are responsible for knowing the requirements for continuing
education credit in their licensing or recertification jurisdictions. Credits
for some professional licenses are available on a state-by-state basis and may
not be available at this time. View the Distance Learning Center online
Credit Map to find out which online courses are approved for continuing
education credit in your field and location.
with any questions about online
continuing education credit.