Level II – Essentials of Domestic Relocation
14 week online program
Building on the foundation of Introduction to Relocation, this level provides the relocation professional with a greater depth of knowledge, understanding and ability in domestic relocation. Successful completion of Level I is a prerequisite for Level II. This level is available only to CERC members.
Participants will enhance their knowledge and understanding of the many variables that come together to formulate an effective domestic relocation policy. They will acquire the knowledge, ability and tools to expertly design and deliver a domestic relocation program. Also, participants will gain an appreciation of the transferee's perspective that is essential to the management of human dynamics in domestic relocation. The process and the practical applications learned in this program can be applied to any number of work projects that are not relocation related.
Upon successful completion of Levels I and II, you will receive the Canadian Employee Relocation Professional (CERP™) designation. Continuing education credits are required to maintain certification every three years.
Jane Doe, CERP
Canadian Employee Relocation Professional
Transferrable skills and knowledge gained through Level II include:
How to utilize solid methodology to help research and develop effective policies:
Conduct an environmental assessment
Establish policy objectives using the “SMART” approach… specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timely
Identify best delivery mechanisms, selection of suppliers and administrative procedures
Promote and communicate the policy to stakeholders
Effectively communicate using the best medium for specific audiences
Conduct a cost benefit analysis for building business cases
Develop proper process flowcharts.
Participants leave with a solid understanding of relocation practices in Canada. Essentials of Domestic Relocation is a pre-requisite for Level III - Essentials of International Relocation and the Canadian Global Mobility Professional designation.
For further information on designation and logo usage, please click here.
Starts: September, January, May (semester system).
Duration: 14 weeks.
Final Exams: At the end of each semester.
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