aPHRi Certification in Bahrain

The aPHRi Certification in Bahrain is a world-recognised credential for anyone who wants to begin their career in the HR domain. Our course is for individuals aspiring for a career in HR. The participants do not require any prior experience. It assists learners to get acquainted with the fundamental concepts of HR functions.

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  • 35 Hours Training
  • Online / Classroom / Onsite
  • 23 Jul, 2023 / 23 Aug, 2023
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What is The aPHRi Course in Bahrain All About?

Our aPHRi Course in Bahrain is structured for entry-level HR professionals. The course covers detailed knowledge of generally accepted technical and operational HR principles. We train candidates to attain a deep understanding of the widely used  HR concepts and the tactics to master the aPHRi exam.

Why is An aPHRi Certification Course in Bahrain important?

Getting the aPHRi Certification in Bahrain can fast-track one’s career in the HR domain. The aPHRi accreditation validates one's expertise and provides recognition to an HR professional. As businesses are expanding their workforce, the demand for HR professionals has increased. Thus, it is important to get aPHRi certified to gain a competitive edge and get hired faster.

Why Do Companies Hire Professionals With aPHRi Certification in Bahrain?

Companies utilise professionals with aPHRi Certification in Bahrain as part of their entire operation. When employing new employees or assigning work assignments, organisations require aPHRi experts. Furthermore, many businesses provide extra training programs tailored exclusively for certified aPHRi. 

Industry Trends


The recent emergence of work from home along with data security assurance has changed the working process. Hence employee management has become a crucial job in the current scenario. Professionals with aPHRi Certifications can seamlessly take care of the company’s welfare as well as employees' wellness.

Market trends

In response to changing market trends, the HR industry has transformed. Organisations are using new technologies such as online assessments and virtual recruitment methods to grow their workforce. As a result, there has been a phenomenal 524% increase in demand for virtual hiring solutions. The aPHRi Certification equips HR personnel with the requisite skills and knowledge to adapt to new changes.

Salary Trends

Acquiring an aPHRi Certification in Bahrain might help you advance your profession and earn more. HR Managers in Bahrain earn an average of 14832 BD a year. Furthermore, HR professionals with aPHRi credentials are earning 9.6% more than their non-certified counterparts.

Demand & Opportunities


The aPHRi Course in Bahrain prepares professionals to deal with changing industry trends. This credential has become quite popular in today's business world.

Some of the most popular job roles for  professionals with aPHRi certification in Bahrain are as follows:

  1. Regional Human Resources Generalist
  2. Human Resources Administrator
  3. HR Analyst
  4. HR Generalist
  5. Benefits Coordinator
  6. HR Coordinator

Course Outcome


Successful completion of the aPHRi Course in Bahrain can help you to do the following: 

  • Develop an understanding of the concept of human resource management and understand its relevance in organisations
  • Develop the necessary skill set for the application of various HR issues
  • Analyse the strategic issues and strategies required to select and develop manpower resources 
  • Integrate the knowledge of HR concepts to make correct business decisions

Course Module


  • Organisational strategy and its connection to mission, vision, values, business goals, and objectives 
  • Organisational culture (traditions, unwritten procedures) 
  • The legal and regulatory environment
  • Confidentiality and privacy rules that apply to employee records, company data, and individual data 
  • Business functions (accounting, finance, operations, sales, marketing) 
  • HR administration, policies, and procedures (personnel management, progressive discipline) 
  • HR Metrics (cost per hire, time to recruit, turnover rate)
  • Tools to compile data (spreadsheets, statistical software) 
  • Methods to collect data (surveys, interviews, observation) 
  • Reporting and presentation techniques (histogram, bar chart) 
  • Impact of technology on HR (social media, monitoring software, biometrics) 
  • Employee records management (electronic/paper, retention, disposal) 
  • Reporting requirements about the workforce (new hires, involuntary/voluntary termination) 
  • Purpose and function of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) 
  • Job classifications (hourly, salary, full-time, part-time, contractor)
  • Job descriptions
  • Reporting structure (for example matrix, flat, organisational charts)
  • Types of external providers of HR services (for example recruitment firms, benefits brokers,
  • staffing agencies, consultants)
  • Communication techniques (e.g., written, oral, email, intercultural awareness)
  • Applicable laws and regulations related to compensation and benefits, such as monetary and non-monetary entitlement, wage and hour, and privacy tax treatment)
  • Pay structures and programs (variable, merit, bonus, incentives, non-cash compensation, pay scales/grades)
  • Total rewards
  • Benefit programs (health care plans, flexible benefits, pension scheme, health and fitness programs)
  • Payroll terminology (pay schedule, vacation, leave, paid time off [PTO])
  • Data collection for salary and benefits surveys
  • Insurance claims, filing, or processing requirements (workers’ compensation, disability benefits)
  • Work-life balance practices (flexibility of hours, telecommuting, sabbatical)
  • Applicable laws affecting employment environments, labour relations, and privacy
  • Employee and employer rights and responsibilities (for example: privacy, substance abuse)
  • Methods and processes for collecting employee feedback (for example: employee attitude surveys, focus groups, and exit interviews)
  • Workplace behaviour issues (for example absenteeism, aggressive behaviour, employee conflict, workplace harassment)
  • Methods for investigating complaints or grievances (for example employee and employee, employee and manager, employee and company)
  • Progressive discipline (for example verbal or written warnings, escalating corrective actions, termination)
  • Off-boarding or termination activities (for example exit interviews, handover process, end-of-service benefits, non-compete or non-solicitation)
  • Employee relations programs (for example: recognition, special events, and diversity programs)
  • Workforce reduction and restructuring terminology (for example downsizing, mergers, relocation, assignments, transfers)
  • Applicable laws and regulations related to recruitment and selection (work authorization, job requisition, job postings)
  • Applicant databases
  • Recruitment sources (employee referral, social networking/social media, company website)
  • Recruitment methods (advertising, job fairs, university)
  • Alternative staffing practices (pre-recruitment process outsourcing, job sharing, remote workers)
  • Interviewing techniques (structured, non-structured, behavioural, situational, panel)
  • Pre- and post-offer activities (background checks, medical exams)
  • Orientation and onboarding (logistics, introducing culture, facilitating/training)
  • Applicable laws and regulations related to training and development activities (for example: acquiring and maintaining relevant credentials, and qualified providers)
  • Training delivery format (virtual, classroom, on-the-job)
  • Techniques to evaluate training programs (participant surveys, pre-and post-testing, after-action plan)
  • Career development practices (succession planning, dual career ladders)
  • Performance appraisal methods (timelines, ranking, rating scales)
  • Performance management practices (setting goals, feedback, mentoring)
  • Applicable laws and regulations related to workplace health, safety, security, and privacy(for example: health and safety training, and security compliance)
  • Risk management in the workplace (for example emergency evacuation procedures, health and safety, employee violence, and emergencies)
  • Security risks in the workplace (for example data, materials, or equipment theft; equipment damage or destruction; cyber crimes; password usage)

Program Dates


Expert Instructors & Teaching Methods


Ashraf Shawky is a seasoned training professional with over 15 years of extensive experience working with leading organizations in the UAE and MENA region. He began his career as an Assistant Manager with Oberoi Group in Egypt. He then worked at Americana as the Training and Development Manager. He has also worked as the Senior Human Resources Manager for Emirates Flight Catering and as the Human Resources & Development Manager for the Faisal Jassim Group. Ashraf Shawky has successfully delivered training programmes on HR, managerial, and supervisory soft skills topics like Entrepreneurship, HR Administration and Policies, Leadership Skills, Strategic Management, Balanced Score Card, Train the Trainer, Root Cause Analysis, Building Self-esteem and many more. He has also developed and delivered training workshops for leading organizations such as Emirates Foundation, Jumeirah Group, ADNEC, Emirates Post, and Dynamic Hospitality Group. Ashraf Shawky uses his extensive practical industry experience to deliver a complete and effective learning experience, adapt to various learners' profiles, specifically UAE Nationals, and equip them with the latest best-in-class on-job application.

Educational Qualification

  • ⦾ Post-Graduate Diploma, Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development, India
  • ⦾ Bachelor of Commerce, Alexandria University, Egypt

 

Professional Certification

 

  • ⦾ Associate of the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (CIPD), UK
  • ⦾ Certified Level A & B Occupational Psychometric Assessor (British Psychological Society - BPS)
  • ⦾ Lean Master (Green Belt) – Lean Manufacturing
  • ⦾ Smallpeice Enterprises – UK

Ashraf Shawky

Why Count on Learners Point?


Being the leading training provider of aPHRi Certification in Bahrain, at Learners Point we help professionals master the necessary skill sets and experience to complete the aPHRi training.

The USPs of our aPHRi course as as follows:

  • We look at real-world scenarios organisations face and formulate our aPHRi training as per practical requirements.
  • Apart from theoretical knowledge, we also focus on practical case studies to give you a reality check and insight into what exactly will be asked of you while you are in a demanding role.
  • Our bespoke aPHRi Certification course also equips you with hands-on experience by offering assignments related to the actual work environment.
  • Apart from organising group sessions, we also offer one-to-one sessions to enhance the quality of our aPHRi training program.
  • We also take a discrete approach to career guidance so that one can be successfully placed as a professional.

Learners Experience


"It was a fantastic way to learn new things and understand new concepts in the aPHRi training. The trainer was really helpful with his vast knowledge of the industry as well as real-life methods and strategies. It was a pleasant experience altogether."

Sidrah Hamid

HR Generalist

“The aPHRi Course in Bahrain at Learners Point is good for those looking to start a career in the HR field. This course will teach you the fundamentals of human resource management.”

Naseer Siddiqui

Benefits Coordinator

“What I liked the most about the aPHRi Course in Bahrain was that it highlighted the entire HR function process cycle. It also covers the most recent and fundamental HR theories and models. Thank you Learners Point Academy.”

Tariq Aljafaria

HR Assistant

"The aPHRi Course is excellent and has supported me in becoming certified. The course module addressed all of the major HR foundation subjects. The training was excellent, and the instructors were friendly and helpful."

Odessa Sulaiman

HR Administrator

“Joining the aPHRi Course was my first step to professional development. The course module is extremely good and the trainers were very knowledgeable. Thanks to Learners Point, I am now working confidently as a Recruitment Officer.”

Adil Al Balushi

Recruitment Officer

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FAQs on aPHRi Certification in Bahrain

The aPHRi Course in Bahrain is a great choice for individuals aspiring to become HR professionals. It is the most suited career progression choice for:

1) Graduates or undergraduates
2) Junior HR professionals
3) Non-HR practitioners looking to transition to HR roles
Anyone willing to make their career in the HR field can prepare for aPHRi Certification in Bahrain. All you need is a high school diploma or global equivalent. No prior experience in HR is required.
At Learners Point, if a participant doesn’t wish to proceed with the aPHRi Course in Bahrain after the registration due to any reason, he or she is entitled to a 100% refund. However, the refund will be issued only if we are notified in writing within 2 days from the date of registration. The refund will be processed within 4 weeks from the day of exit.
The exam for aPHRi Certification in Bahrain is easy. It is quite simple to acquire this global credential. The pass rate of this exam is 86%.
The exam topics for aPHRi Certification in Bahrain are listed below:

1) HR Operations (33%)
2) Recruitment and Selection (22%)
3) Compensation and Benefits (15%)
4) Human Resource Development and Retention (10%)
5) Employee Relations (15%)
6) Health, Safety, and Security (5%)
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