The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration recently launched the ASHHRA Learning Portal, an online learning platform that offers on-demand educational content specific to the health care human resources profession. The portal includes online courses, and all educational content adheres to the five competencies of the ASHHRA HR Leader Model – community citizenship, HR delivery, health care business knowledge, personal leadership and people strategies. Many programs include renewal credit toward recertification as well as automatically provided certification upon completion of the program evaluation. “We are excited to launch the new ASHHRA Learning Portal as we continue to bring new and valuable tools and resources to ASHHRA members and the health care HR field,” said ASHHRA Executive Director Catherine Carruth. “The platform is easy to navigate and educational content is available on-demand, so you can access it when it’s most convenient for you.” ASHHRA is an AHA professional membership group. For more information or to access the ASHHRA Learning Portal, visit www.ashhra.org/learning.

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