Practical Application, Real-World Impact
HCI Designation Programs are designed to drive practical, real-world application of concepts explored in the certification process. HCI Designations recognize work that advances the state of the practice, while solving real-world talent challenges within the candidate's organization. This is a valuable process for both organization and individual, and is a unique and transformational method for implementing new talent practices across the enterprise.
The HCI methodology is based on developing a business case practicum, aimed at an actual talent challenge within the candidate’s own organization. Framing the business problem, developing an effective plan, executing successfully against it, and measuring outcomes, combine to demonstrate the candidate’s grasp of key concepts and knowledge. At the same time, HCI practicums represent practical solutions that move the needle, and contribute real value to the organization. Practicums are conceptualized. developed and completed through participation in a year-long Masters Workgroup program. The Masters candidate gains from the insights of not only a Faculty Advisor but also a group of Peers.
Current Designation Programs
HCI offers Master Human Capital Strategy (MHCS) and Master Strategic Workforce Planning (MSWP) Designations. Both are foundational topics in the new business science of Strategic Talent Management.
Both programs include a pre-practicum workshop, faculty mentorship and membership in the Masters Workgroup
Candidates must have a minimum of three years business experience, or graduate-level business degree, and successfully complete the requirements for designation.
- Complete the pre-requisite certification within preceding two years
- Complete the Masters Level Course
- Complete a business case practicum that advances the state of practice and achieves measurable business results
Each designation is valid for a three-year period. Renewal is based on continuing education credits that demonstrate currency in the field. Credits may be earned through outside educational activities, attending HCI learning events, or by completing additional courses. The accumulation of 2000 credits extends the certification for three additional years. HCI credits are allocated as follows:
|HCI Webcasts||50 Credits|
|HCI Classes||150 Credits/Day|
|HCI Conferences||300 Credits|
|HCI Executive Workgroups||450 Credits|