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How should a career-changer go about breaking into HR?

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in Career Management,The HR Specialist Forum

“I’m considering a career change into HR, but know very little about the field. How can I learn more? Where can I find training opportunities? What steps should I take?”—Dawn, California

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Rick May 11, 2010 at 5:35 pm

You could try seminars, classes, on-line learning etc. I my self joined SHRM and completed their 6 module learing system, I attented seminars sponsored by SHRM and HR.com and Business Management.
I also received traing from HR Training Ceneter on-line. I then went back to school in the evenings. I obtained my Master Certificate in Human Resources Management from Villanova University. I could do all if this online on my own time and still work during the day. There is a lot of less expensive trainging and information out there with sites like HR Specialist, SHRM, HR.com, etc.
Hope this helps.


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