National Professional Practice Assessment® (NPPA) consists of scenarios
designed to test the acumen and insight you have gained from your HR related
experience. Questions will present a brief description of a situation and you
will be asked to select the best action for each scenario. HR professionals
across the country have vetted the situations and possible actions.
As of January 1, 2011, CHRP Candidates – those who
have passed the National Knowledge Exam ® (NKE) -
require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or
university in order to register for the National Professional
Practice Assessment ® and qualify for the CHRP designation. Official
transcripts are required for proof of degrees. For transcripts to be
considered official, they must come directly from the school to the HRMAM office
via mail or courier. A recognized degree granting institution is any
provincially approved university within Canada; or in the case of foreign
degrees, any degree approved by IQAS or WES. A copy of your educational
assessment must be sent directly to the HRMAM office from the institute to be
used as proof of degree. HRMAM 1810-275 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2B3
For more detailed information on the
NPPA, please visit www.chrp.ca.
Registration You must be a member of HRMAM in good standing in order to write the NPPA.
You must register for the National Knowledge Exam® (NKE) and National
Practice Assessment® (NPPA) separately. After successfully
passing the NKE and achieving your CHRP Candidate status, you can then register for the NPPA. As of January 1, 2011, you are required to hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an
accredited college or university prior to registering for the NPPA exam.
This will be the final sitting of the NPPA exam. The NPPA exam is being phased out as the last step towards achieving your Certified Human Resources Professional Designation. After June 2013, an Experience Validation Assessment must be reviewed to obtain your CHRP. The Experience Validation Assessment must be submitted and approved within 10 years of passing the NKE.
NO DEFERRALS WILL BE ALLOWED FOR THIS FINAL SITTING OF THE NPPA EXAM. Prior to the exam registration deadline of April 2, 2013, I may choose to cancel my exam registration and receive a full refund. After April 2, 2013 the exam fee is non-refundable. My membership fee is non-refundable