Our Policies

Adverse Decisions

Adverse Decisions shall include all administrative decisions made by the Institute to address actions/behaviours considered as violation of the rules, guidelines, policies and Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics guiding its value offerings.

The Institute refers to the following as Adverse Decisions:

  • i. Denial of eligibility to earn the Certificate.
  • ii. Denial of Re-certification opportunity.
  • iii. Any sanction resulting from an investigation of violation of the Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics or any other condition for awarding and maintaining Certification.


Appeal of Adverse Decisions

Appeal is a request by an Applicant, Candidate or Certified Person for reconsideration of any decision made by the Institute related to his/her desired Certification status (ISO/IEC/17024:2012).

  • i. The Institute is committed to a fair appeal process on any decision considered to be adverse by Applicants, Candidates, or Certified Persons.
  • ii. The Institute shall take Adverse Decisions where the rules, policies, principles and Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics guiding its value offerings are violated.
  • iii. Applicants, Candidates and Certified Members of the Institute have the right to appeal Adverse Decisions where/when necessary, to do so.
  • iv. The Appellant shall send all Appeals of Decisions made by the Institute in writing not later than 30 calendar days from the date of receipt of the Adverse Decision from the Institute.
  • v. The Institute shall acknowledge the receipt of the Appeal in writing within 5 working days.
  • vi. Within 30 calendar days of the receipt of the Appeal, the Institute shall investigate the case and respond to the Appellant in writing.
  • vii. Where there is a need for extension beyond 30 calendar days, the Appellant shall be informed before the expiration of the first 30 calendar days.


Valid Documents for an Appeal

  • i. Documented means of Identification.
  • ii. Documented evidence of Membership Admission.
  • iii. Original Letter of Denial.

Special Needs

The CIPM understands that its Applicants, Candidates or Certified Persons may require special needs to enhance their performance of task(s) or undertake an action.

Special needs imply unusual requirement(s) by Members or Candidates to ensure performance of tasks or activities.


Application for Special Needs

Applicants, Candidates or Members who require special needs shall do the following:

  • i. Apply in writing to the Registrar/CEO within ten (10) working days before the Special Need is required.
  • ii. All applications shall carry details of the Applicant, Candidate or Member for ease of reference and approval. Such details should include (at a minimum), the Name of the Member/Candidate, Membership/Student Registration Number, Date of Application and Signature.
  • iii. All Applications shall be submitted in physical or electronic form. Note that for future reference, you must obtain an acknowledgement from the Institute that your Application has been received.
  • iv. All Applications received shall be processed within seven (7) working days of receipt.


Denial of Applications for Special Needs

  • i. The Institute reserves the right to deny any Application which it deems not qualified for such special needs. The Registrar/CEO shall endorse the Application or denial upon review of the Application.
  • ii. Denial shall be communicated to the Applicant within ten (10) working days of receipt of the Application.
  • iii. The reason for denial shall be included in the response to the Applicant.
  • iv. Where the response to an Application will be delayed, a prior communication shall be done.


Deniable Special Needs

The Institute considers the following needs to be deniable:

  • i. Use of devices which may subject the Institute to the risk of Examination malpractices.
  • ii. Accompaniment by individual(s) considered potential instrument(s) to aiding a compromise, misdemeanor and such behaviour which is contrary to Examination Guidelines.
  • iii. Needs that may create danger or cause harm to others.
  • iv. Other needs which shall be communicated from time to time.


The Institute admits Applicants into its Membership upon meeting all terms and conditions. The admission routes are as follows:

  • i. Foundational Examination Route
  • ii. Professional Examination Route
  • iii. HR Practitioners Route
  • iv. Executive Route
  • v. Upgrade application from Associate to Full Membership
  • vi. Upgrade from Full Member to Fellowship


i. Foundational Examination Route

The minimum educational requirement for Student Admission into Foundational Level is the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) with credits in five subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics. This also accommodates holders of Ordinary National Diploma (OND) and/or its equivalent.

At the end of the programme, Applicants admitted through this Route shall be awarded Foundation Trainee Certificate in Human Resource Management (FTCHRM).

Applicants apply (hyperlink apply) online and an admission letter is issued online to successful candidates within 48 hours, except on weekends and public holidays. Certain exemptions shall be given to OND and NCE holders in Management/Social Science Studies.


ii. Professional Examination Route

The minimum Educational Requirement for Student Admission is the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) with credit in five subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics. Ordinary pass in either English Language or Mathematics may be considered for Applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree/Higher National Diploma.

At the end of the programme, Applicants admitted through this route shall be awarded Associate Membership Certificate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (ACIPM).

Applicants apply (hyperlink apply) online and an Admission Letter is issued online to successful Candidates within 48 hours, except on weekends and public holidays.

Note:

  • i. Requirements for Admission to different Tertiary Institutions differ based on the Academic Credentials approved by the Senate of recognized institutions.
  • ii. Different Tertiary Institutions place different Courses under different Faculties as approved by their Senates. Therefore, in taking exemption decisions, the Institute shall tie the Academic Certificates supplied by each Candidate to the Faculties under which their Courses of Studies have been placed in the respective Tertiary Institution.


Examination Stages and Required Qualifications

a. Foundational Level

  • i. Foundation I – At least SSCE
  • ii. Foundation II – SSCE holders 30years and above and OND/NCE in Management/Social Science studies.

b. Professional Level

  • i. Intermediate I – B.Sc. in Pure Science and other Science Related Discipline (Medicine, Botany, Computer Science, Mathematics etc.)
  • ii. Intermediate II – B.Sc. in Management Sciences, Social Sciences etc., Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, LLB etc. MSC in Pure Science Discipline.
  • iii. Professional I – M.Sc. Management Sciences, Social Sciences, MBA, M.Phil, PHD etc. Associate Certificate by Examination only, of other relevant and recognized Institutes.
  • iv. Professional II (Upon graduation from Professional I)

Admission Letters shall be issued to all successful Applicants. Unsuccessful Applicants shall also be informed.


iii. Application through the HR Practitioners' Route

The HR Practitioners’ Route is specially designed for Human Resource/Administrative Practitioners at Advisory/Management Level in a structured and recognized organization.

Criteria for Application Through the HR Practitioners' Route

  • i. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree/HND or its equivalent.
  • ii. Minimum of seven (7) years post-graduation experience (Not inclusive of the one (1) year mandatory NYSC service), five (5) of which must be in Human Resource/Administrative.
  • iii. Currently employed and occupying a position not less than Supervisor/Manager or its equivalent in the Private Sector or Grade Level 10 in the Public Sector.
  • iv. Demonstrable cognate experience and competence in at least five (5) of the following core areas of Human Resource Management.
  • v. Record of attendance at five (5) relevant Human Resource Management Courses/Programmes or other related Management Training Programmes in the last seven (7) years to ensure that the Applicants appreciate the need for continuing Professional Development.
  • vi. Two Reference details MUST be provided as part of the Application Process (one of the References must be supplied by the current/most recent Employer/Line Manager).
  • vii. Applicants who meet the above criteria (following assessment by the Institute and the approval of Leadership) would be required to participate in a 2-day programme titled: "Contemporary Human Resource Management Practice: Issues and Challenges".
  • viii. Successful Applicants shall then be inducted as Associate Members of the Institute.


iv. Application through Executive Route

The Executive Route is specially designed for Chief Executive Officers, Directors, Permanent Secretaries, Team Leads and Senior Managers in Human Resource/Administrative practice in a structured and recognized organization.

Criteria for Executive Route

  • i. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree/HND or its equivalent.
  • ii. Minimum of twelve (12) years post-graduation experience (Not inclusive of the one (1) year mandatory NYSC Service), six (6) years core HR/Administrative experience, five (5) of which must be at Senior Management/Executive Level AND in a Cross-Functional Management Role.
  • iii. Currently employed and occupying a position not less than Functional Lead, Senior Specialist, Senior HR Consultant, etc or its equivalent in the Private Sector or Grade Level 15 in the Public Sector.
  • iv. Record and evidence of successful completion of strategic projects in the management/development of Human Resource with ability to clearly communicate these achievements.
  • v. Demonstrable cognate experience and competence in at least six (6) in core areas of Human Resource Management.
  • vi. Record of attendance at five (5) relevant Human Resource Management courses/programmes or other related Management training programmes in the last five years OR must have published a number of HR Journal Articles or other HR Publications in a recognized Academic or Professional Media.
  • vii. Two Reference details MUST be provided as part of the Application Process (one of the References must be supplied by the current/most recent Employer/Line Manager).
  • viii. Applicants who meet the above criteria (following assessment by the Institute) will be invited for an interactive session (Mandatory Experiential Interview).
  • ix. Upon successful assessment at the interview and approval by the Leadership, Applicants would then be required to participate in a one-day Mandatory Programme titled: “Strategic Human Resource Management Master Class” as part of the Admission Process.
  • x. Successful Applicants shall be inducted as Full Members of the Institute.

Approvals/Denials of Application

  • a. Examination Route
    • i. Approval
      Applications supported with all required information shall be assessed and approved within 48hrs at the end which an Admission Letter would be sent to the Applicant.
    • ii. Denial
      Applications with insufficient information/supportive documentations (e.g. Name, Email, Phone number, Academic Credentials) shall be denied. Such Applicant shall be informed via email within 48hours. Applicants shall provide information/documentations before Application shall be reassessed and approved.
  • b. HR Practitioners' Route
    • i. Approval
      a. Applications with all required information shall be acknowledged within 48hours. Applications that meet the pre-defined requirements shall be assessed and approved.
    • ii. Denial
      a. Applications with insufficient information/supportive documentation (e.g. Name, Email, Phone number, Academic credentials, 5 HR related Training Certificates) shall be denied. Decisions shall be communicated to such Applicants within 48hours.
      b. Where the Applicant does not provide the required information/ documentations within the given time, he/she would be advised to apply through the Professional Examination Route.


Payments and Confirmation of Payments

All Application fees are non-refundable. The Application Fees for different Membership Routes are stated as follows:

  • i. Examination Route – 3,000NGN (NYSC Members – 1,500NGN)
  • ii. HR Practitioners Route – 5,000NGN
  • iii. Executive Route – 10,000NGN


Confirmation of Payment

Applications shall not be processed until payment of Application Fees have been confirmed.


The Institute shall ensure due diligence in processing Applications received from Applicants.

Upon receipt of Applications, an acknowledgement shall be sent to each Applicant within 48 hours.

Applications for different Membership Routes are processed as follows:

  • i. Foundational Examination Route.
  • ii. Professional Examination Route.
  • iii. HR Practitioners' Route.
  • iv. Executive Route.


Foundational Examination Route

  • i. All Applicants shall complete the Application Form on the website, or manually as specified in the Application Guide.
  • ii. The Application shall be accompanied by the following documents:
    • a. SSCE/OND/NCE Certificate.
    • b. Passport Photograph.
    • c. Evidence of Payment of Application Fee.
    • d. Evidence of Change of Name (where applicable).


Professional Examination Route

  • i. All Applicants shall complete the Application Form on the website or manually as specified in the Application Guide.
  • ii. The Application shall be accompanied by the following documents:
    • a. O' Level Certificate with five credits including English and Mathematics.
    • b. B.Sc./HND Certificate or a Statement of Result approved by the Senate.
    • c. Passport Photograph.
    • d. Evidence of Payment of Application Fee.
    • e. Evidence of Change of Name (where applicable).


HR Practitioners' Route

  • i. All Applicants shall complete the Application Form on the website, or manually as specified in the application guide.
  • ii. The Application shall be accompanied by the following documents:
    • a. Academic Credentials.
    • b. Curriculum Vitae.
    • c. Five HR related Training Certificates obtained within the last seven (7) years.
    • d. Evidence of Change of Name (where applicable).
    • e. Evidence of Payment for the Application.


Executive Route

  • i. All Applicants shall complete the Application Form on the website or manually as specified in the Application Guide.
  • ii. The Application shall be accompanied by the following documents:
    • a. Academic Credentials.
    • b. Curriculum Vitae.
    • c. Five HR related Training Certificates obtained within the last five (5) years.
    • d. Evidence of Change of Name (where applicable).
    • e. Evidence of Payment for the Application.


  • i. The Institute shall keep confidential all Applicants’, Candidates’ and Certified Persons’ information (including name, address, telephone numbers, examination scores, and other confidential records) unless authorized for release by the Applicant, Candidate, or Certified Person.
  • ii. A Certified Person wishing to have Examination Scores released to Employers or others must notify and authorize the Institute (in writing) to release such information to the designated recipient.
  • iii. The Institute shall verify upon request whether a Certified Person holds a current and active HR Practitioners' Licence.
  • iv. A Certified Person will not be notified if a request is made about the status of his or her Certification.
  • v. Where a Certified Person is found guilty of deceit via false information, a punitive measure in the Institute’s Code of Conduct and Ethics shall apply.
  • vi. On no account shall the information not relating to Certification be released to a third party without prior authorization by the information owner.


  • i. All Members of the Institute shall be given equal opportunity to participate on the Committees of Council.
  • ii. There shall be a standard assessment of members applying for Membership of Committees of Council. Competency-based Assessment shall be used as a tool for the selection of Members of the Committees.
  • iii. There shall be diversity consideration (specialization, Membership Grade, Generation, Gender, Ethnicity and Industry/Sector) in the selection decisions.
  • iv. The major criteria considered for admission into Membership of Committees of Council include:
    • a. Financially active member.
    • b. Possession of active HRPL.
    • c. Applicants for Committee Membership shall be disqualified if found guilty of violation of the Institute’s Conflict of Interest Policy.


  • i. The Institute shall maintain fairness, equity and transparency in its Certification and Recertification processes.
  • ii. The Recertification Team shall be selected using the process stated in Certification Personnel Requirements Policy.
  • iii. The Institute shall publish and update from time to time the requirements for Certification or Recertification programmes on its website.
  • iv. Where there is a need for additional requirements that could warrant a Certification or Recertification denial, the Institute shall communicate such need to the Applicant and give a specific timeline for them to meet up with the requirements prior to the letter of denial.
  • v. Upon the expiration of the timeline given to the Applicant in (iv) above, the Institute shall send a communication of denial (in writing) to the Applicant with a clause reflecting the process of appealing such denial if the Applicant desires to do so.


  • i. The Institute shall withdraw, suspend or revoke its Certificate where violation of the Institute Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics warrants so.
  • ii. Certifications under withdrawal, suspension or revocation shall remain in effect (in accordance with the stipulations of the Institute’s Code of Conduct) until a decision to restore them is taken by the Governing Council.
  • iii. Applicants who have been admitted into higher Membership Grades than their validated qualification warrants shall be subsequently placed on the correct Membership Grade they are qualified for.
  • iv. The conditions that may lead to withdrawal, suspension or reducing the Certificate shall include but is not limited to the following:
    • a. Involving in, aiding and abetting fraud, theft, embezzlement and other corrupt practices.
    • b. Working under the influence of alcohol, hard drugs and narcotics.
    • c. Being involved in unethical practices such as unduly influencing the outcome of Human Resource processes and procedures.
  • v. Condoning or involvement in sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • vi. Breaching the Confidentiality and Security of information entrusted to by virtue of the job whether in or out of employment or disclosing official Confidential information except by judicial order.
  • vii. Circumventing company/organisational policies for personal gain.
  • viii. Failure to promote employment practices that remove unfair discrimination against including but not limited to gender, age, race/tribe, religion, disabilities and HIV/AIDS.
  • ix. Conflict of Interest and divided loyalty.
  • x. Failure to provide professional knowledge, advice and demonstrate competence in the management and development of people.
  • xi. Encouraging or assisting unlawful and irresponsible conduct by either Employer or Employee Policy and Practices.
  • xii. Failure to exercise due diligence, provide timely and accurate information for the benefit of Employees and Employers.
  • xiii. Declaration of falsehood and deceitful information for Certification or Recertification.


  • i. The Institute shall maintain strict policies to safeguard the security of the Examination through the administration.
  • ii. Any individual who hacks or attempts to hack Examination materials from the testing platform, including memorizing Examination Questions, shall be subjected to prosecution in addition to sanctions that may include removal of Certification and restrictions on access to future Examinations.
  • iii. The Institute shall deploy remote proctoring to gather and determine evidences of cheating, and shall analyze the evidences so gathered to apportion sanctions to offences relating to cheating.
  • iv. The Institute shall clearly document and communicate to all Candidates, all actions/behaviours that may be termed cheating during Examination administration.
  • v. The Institute shall consider the following behaviour/actions as cheating:
    • a. Impersonation: This refers to a situation where a representative write or attempts to write the Institute’s Examination for or on behalf of a Candidate. Where impersonation is involved, the concerned Candidate shall be barred from writing further Examinations with the impersonators handed over to the police for prosecution.
    • b. Accessing the Examination Platform with Materials/Books/Persons laying around/phones/other gadget/smart devices/other aids: Candidates found guilty of accessing the Examination Platform with cheating aids shall be barred from writing further Examinations and be barred for 5 years.
    • c. Dictating Examination Questions to a Third Party for Help: Candidates found guilty of this offence shall not be allowed into the hall and may be barred for 5 years.
    • d. Accessing the Examination Platform with Jotted Notes on Body: Candidates found guilty of this offence, shall be suspended for 5 years.
    • e. Leaving the Computer and Test Environment During the Test Period: Candidates found guilty of this offence, shall be suspended for 5 years.
  • vi. Where there are cases warranting decisions on indeterminate scores, the Education Committee of the Institute shall investigate the merits or otherwise of such cases. Where the Education Committee establishes that a case is valid, the Institute shall allow the Examinee to retake the paper at no extra cost to him/her.
  • vii. The following situations shall be considered valid for decisions on indeterminate scores:
    • a. Emergency child birth related cases.
    • b. Sudden illness during examination.
    • c. Other medical related issues.


  • i. Parties/Persons associated with the Institute’s Certification Programme shall keep Confidential all information obtained in the process of pursuing the objectives of the Institute.
  • ii. Confidential information extends to information obtained about Applicants, Candidates, Certified Persons and Service Providers; the intellectual property associated with the administration of the Certification Programme; and information associated with vendor support of the Certification Programme.
  • iii. All information gained by Members/Employees of the Institute or by extension its Committees on various assignments of the Institute are regarded as Confidential and shall not be divulged to a Third Party without the written consent of the Institute’s Registrar/CEO.
  • iv. The Institute shall not compromise its Confidentiality clauses in its business relationship with other organisations.
  • v. No Member/Employee of the Institute or by extension its Committees shall use his/her position or the knowledge gained therefrom in such a manner that reflects Conflict of Interest between the Institute’s interests and those of the individual.
  • vi. Information published on the public domain shall not be regarded as Confidential.
  • vii. Where the Institute’s Confidentiality Policy is violated, CIPM shall apply the relevant clauses in the Service Level Agreement (SLA)/Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics.


  • i. Complaints shall be sent in writing to the Registrar/CEO not later than ten (10) working days after the occurrence of a related incident.
  • ii. Complaints shall be acknowledged in writing within two (2) working days of receipt.
  • iii. Within 30 calendar days of the receipt of a complaint, the Institute shall investigate the case and respond to the complainant in writing.


  • i. The Institute shall maintain Eligibility Committees who shall be responsible for reviewing the eligibility requirements of Applicants and Candidates.
  • ii. The Education and Membership Committees of the Institute shall be in charge of reviewing the eligibility requirements of the Applicants and Candidates.
  • iii. The operation of the Eligibility Committees shall be guided by their Terms of Reference.
  • iv. Where there is to be a denial of Admission/Induction into Membership, the reasons for such a decision shall be communicated to the Applicants/Candidates.
  • v. The Institute values its Impartiality Statement and therefore shall provide Applicants/Candidates the opportunity to appeal the denial of Admission/Induction following the Institute’s Policy on the Appeal of Adverse Decisions.


  • i. Refer to the Student’s Examination Guideline Document.


Impartiality Statement

  • i. The Institute commits to acting impartially in relation to its Applicants, Candidates, and Certified Persons.
  • ii. Certification decisions shall be made in accordance with Policies and Procedures. Policies and Procedures affecting Applicants, Candidates, and Certified Persons shall be made public and shall fairly and accurately convey information about the Certification Programme.
  • iii. The Institute, and every member of its Certification Team (Employees, Volunteers, and Contractors) commit to:
    • a. impartiality of its testing activities, which shall not be compromised in any form through its various activities.
    • b. equal opportunities to all persons – e.g., Employees Applicants, Candidates, Volunteers, etc., who indicate interest in any of the programmes and activities of the Institute. The Institute shall not restrict Certification on the grounds of undue financial or other limiting conditions, such as Membership of an association or group.
    • c. identifying the risks to impartiality on an on-going basis. This includes those risks that arise from the Institute’s activities, its relationship with the public and any risk that emanate from the relationships with Staff and other Stakeholders.
    • d. maintaining impartiality and competence through clearly defined responsibilities, being responsive to complaints and also preserving the Confidentiality of information obtained and created during the performance of its services. The Governing Council, all Staff, Contractors, Committee Members and other Volunteers shall act impartially.
  • iv. All staff shall sign an Impartiality and Confidentiality Statement on an annual basis.


In addition to the general Appeals process, please note the following as it relates to Examinations specifically:

  • i. The Institute shall administer Evaluation Forms to all Candidates during each Examination Diet. However, Candidates who have concerns about Administrative Procedures or who have observed a breach of security or other improper conduct should submit a report (in writing) to the Registrar/CEO within 48 hours (two days) of such occurrence. Reports submitted after this period shall not be considered.
  • ii. All petitions must be substantiated with evidence.
  • iii. Written petitions submitted by anonymous persons shall not be considered.
  • iv. Candidates who have been successful in the Institute's Examination shall not be allowed to challenge their Examination Results, or to retest to try to improve their scores.
  • v. Candidates with valid complaints shall be invited to a meeting at which the Examination Questions and their Answers shall be reviewed with them. Note that this is subject to payment of an Administrative Charge of N25,000 (Twenty-five thousand naira only) by the Petitioner.
  • vi. Where the Appellants' position is upheld as an outcome of the review, the Administrative Fee earlier paid shall be refunded to the Appellant.
  • vii. The Institute shall not re-imburse the Appellant any cost incurred by them in the process of the fair hearing.
  • viii. The Institute shall treat all petitions about Examination Results and communicate the outcome to the Petitioner within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of evidence of payment of the relevant administrative charges.


  • i. Candidates shall be given a window of seven (7) years to complete the Institute’s Certification Process.
  • ii. Candidates who do not complete their Certification Process within seven (7) years shall forfeit their Admission with the Institute and will need to reapply for Student Membership. All Applications and Administrative Fees shall apply afresh.
  • iii. The Institute does not prepare its Students directly for the Institute’s Examinations. Rather, the list of CIPM-accredited Study Centres through which Students can adequately prepare for the Institute’s Examinations, shall be published on the Institute’s website at all times.
  • iv. Where a Candidate fails two subjects (in Intermediate 1, Intermediate II, or Professional Examination I) or three subjects (in Foundation 1, Foundation II or Professional Examination I), he/she shall be allowed to re-take the failed subjects ONLY, before proceeding to the next stage of the Examinations which shall be in the next Diet.
  • v. Candidate shall register and pay applicable re-sit fees in order to be eligible for resit Examinations.
  • vi. A Candidate who fails one (1) subject only shall have the opportunity to either write the resit as a stand-alone paper, or alongside other subjects at the next stage, if so desired.
  • vii. The Institute shall run a minimum of two (2) Examination Diets annually.
  • viii. All Students that meet the Institute’s Registration Requirements shall be deemed to have fulfilled the pre-requisites for writing the Institute’s Examinations.


  • i. Refer to the Examination Guidelines Document.


  • i. The constitution of Nigeria prohibits discrimination therefore citizens of Nigeria shall not be subjected to deprivation on discriminatory grounds. All relationships amongst Employees, Volunteers, Applicants, Candidates and Certified Personnel are business wise and free of explicit bias or prejudicial treatment.
  • ii. The Institute does not discriminate against its Applicants, Candidates, certified Persons, Employees, and Volunteers on the basis of race, colour, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, political beliefs, marital status, or sexual orientation.
  • iii. The Institute is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment, and an environment devoid of discrimination, where everyone is treated with fairness, respect and dignity.
  • iv. The Institute is therefore committed to maintaining a workplace that is free of all forms of prejudice and discrimination.


  • i. The Institute shall recertify all Certified Persons at a three (3) yearly interval. Only Members who have met the minimum requirements for Recertification shall be Recertified through renewal of the HR Practitioners’ Licence (HRPL).
  • ii. To qualify for Recertification, Certified Persons must maintain the Institute’s defined Professional Standard of Practice through Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and by keeping to the Institute’s Professional Code of Conduct & Ethics.
  • iii. In addition to (ii) above, persons applying for Recertification shall be required to pay the respective Recertification Processing Fees associated with different routes of Recertification.
  • iv. Members seeking Recertification must have applied at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to expiration of their current Licence.
  • v. The Institute shall not be able to provide its statement of assurance with regards to the competency and currency of Members who do not have a licence at all, or who do not have an active Licence.
  • vi. The Institute shall publish the Licence Register containing the Licence status (active or expired) of its Members on the website.


  • i. The Institute shall ensure total compliance with the Persons with Disabilities (Prohibition) Act 2018 and shall make all efforts to accommodate Candidates who, because of a disability, require special arrangements to enable them undergo the Institute’s Certification Process, Examinations, Learning Events, etc.
  • ii. In its Application Forms, Applicants shall have the option to indicate any needs for special attention.
  • iii. Persons applying for special needs shall be required to supply proof/evidence issued to him/her by relevant Licensed Practitioner in order to support his/her Application. The proof of evidence should contain information about diagnosis and medical follow up records.
  • iv. Where the cost of provision of the Special Need arrangement exceeds the average cost per unit of the activity being addressed, the extra cost shall be paid by the Applicant with the special need(s).
  • v. Where Applications for special needs are denied, the Applicant shall be given the opportunity to appeal the decision.
  • vi. All Applications for special need accommodation shall be addressed to the Registrar/CEO.


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