Why Join CPHR PEI

When you join us you will benefit from the following:

  • Meet and connect with HR professionals from all industries and sectors across Prince Edward Island. Use this opportunity to share knowledge and expand your contacts.
  • Stay current on relevant topics by attending regularly scheduled professional development events and seminars.
  • Achieve a national standard of excellence and advance your career by obtaining the CPHR. CPHR PEI grants the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation in Prince Edward Island.
  • Gain valuable experiences, share your expertise, learn new skills and build professional relationships through volunteer opportunities.

 


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Member Dues
Membership dues are based on the membership year of January 1 to December 31 each year. Dues are not pro-rated; however, the amounts do vary for new members (only) based on the date when they first apply for membership. Should a member withdraw their membership and renew in the same year; they will have to pay the outstanding membership balance.

CPHR Holders: CPHR and CPHR candidate members are required to keep all dues and fees current with CPHR PEI. CPHR and CPHR candidate members who have not renewed their membership and paid in full by February 15th will be required to pay a late fee. Please note that should your CPHR be revoked for non-payment of dues, a CPHR reactivation fee of $100 plus HST also applies, in addition to the late fee below.

Transferring From Another Jurisdiction 
Memberships are for CPHR Prince Edward Island only and are non-transferrable and non-refundable.  However, CPHR holders may apply to have their CPHR recognized in another province (separate from membership). See Maintaining Your CPHR page for more information. 

Late Dues 
Membership renewal and payment is due each year by February 15th.  Payments received after February 15th will be subject to a $50 plus HST late fee and all access to member benefits cease until renewal is complete.

Failure to pay annual dues within 60 days of the notification date may result in cancellation or suspension of membership.