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Memphis WorldatWork Certification Courses

Course Offerings


Are you working toward Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Certified Benefits Professional (CBP) or Global Remuneration Professional (GRP) certification? If not, start now!


MSCA sponsors WorldatWork Certification Courses in Memphis. By offering the course in Memphis, Mid-South compensation and benefits professionals can work on certification without the expense of traveling to a distant location.



PLEASE NOTE: Since January 1, 2013, any exam that certification candidates have on their transcripts more than eight years old will no longer be valid toward certification. More information on certification requirements is available on WorldatWork website.


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2020 Course Offerings: 



Job Analysis, Documentation and Evaluation (C2 / GR3)


February  27 - 28, 2020

Memphis, TN


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Gain Human Resource Job Analysis Skills to Attract and Retain Employees


The right methods of job analysis, documentation and evaluation will help you attract and retain the talent your organization needs to meet its business goals. In this course, you will review the importance of conducting job analysis in human resources management and discover processes and methods of job analysis to put into practice in your role as an HR professional. 


In this comprehensive HR job analysis course, you will:

  • Review standard practice theory of HR job analysis, documentation and evaluation.
  • Discuss current trends in compensation and job analysis.
  • Learn methods of job evaluation including quantitative and market-based approaches.
  • Gain skills to strategically approach job analysis planning and implementation.

This course is for the HR professional with experience in job analysis. However, it is also designed to be accessible to those who seek to broaden their total rewards perspective and gain expertise in the area of HR job analysis.

Specific areas covered include:

  • Strategic Overview - A strategic overview of the elements of compensation, building a base pay structure and terms and definitions will set the stage for deeper learning throughout the course.
  • Job Analysis - Dive into job analysis and learn about sources of job information, job analysis communication and possible sources of error.
  • Job Documentation - Learn the types of job documentation, job descriptions, job description formats and job description preparation.
  • Market-Based Job Evaluation - Learn to differentiate between job evaluation with a market data emphasis and job evaluation with a job content emphasis and discuss key considerations in data collection within the context of market-based job evaluations.
  • Non-quantitative Job Evaluation Methods - Understand job-content evaluation methods, including ranking and classification methods.
  • Quantitative Job Evaluation Methods - Gain depth of understanding on job-content evaluation method, compensable factors, job-component method, point factor method and quantitative plan summary.
  • Selection and Implementation Issues - Learn about approaches to selecting job-evaluation strategies, gain skills in assessing different strategies and understand potential issues and challenges that may arise during implementation.

After you complete this course, you will have the confidence and expertise in HR job analysis and evaluation to support your organization’s goals of attracting and retaining talent. The course will serve as a powerful refresher for the seasoned HR professional who is already knowledgeable in job analysis and will provide a solid foundation for the professional who is new to the job.

Regulatory Environments for Compensation Programs (C1)

September  10 - 11, 2020

Memphis, TN


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Learn and Stay Current on the Must-Know U.S. Federal Human Resource Rules and Regulations

Knowing and understanding the U.S. federal human resources laws and regulations is essential for the HR professional – and it can be challenging to keep your knowledge up to date. This course will equip you with an overview of the federal regulatory HR requirements that impact design and administration of compensation programs. In the course, you will thoroughly cover the major federal statutes affecting compensation design and practice, including:

  • Analyzing the labor regulations affecting employee compensation disputes.
  • Reviewing the major federal labor regulations impacting specific types of employers.
  • Examining myriad issues related to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
  • Exploring discrimination legislation as it relates to compensation.

The course is a basic-level course on HR employment law. It will provide you with the knowledge you need to understand many of the major HR regulations as an HR professional.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Regulatory Environments and Related Laws - Receive an overview of HR rules and regulations, including the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931, McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act of 1965, National Labor Relations Act of 1935 and the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 as well as the distinction between independent contractors and employees.
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - Gain an overview of FLSA and cover exemption tests, nonexempt employees, hours of work, rate of pay, the Worker Economic Opportunity Act, child labor rules, record-keeping requirements, what FLSA does not require and violations and penalties. You will also practice classifying jobs as exempt or nonexempt and calculating overtime pay.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Statutes and Civil Rights - Learn about the Equal Pay Act (EPA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and comparable worth. Practice application of the FLSA with real-world scenarios.
  • Rights Legislation and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 - Gain knowledge about the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of 1967, Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act, Civil Rights Act of 1991, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act of 1994 and dispute resolutions. You will also practice application of the rights legislation with real-world scenarios.
  • Documentation, Audits and Communication - Learn about the importance and types of documentation, audits and reporting, reporting to management and pay program communication.

Being knowledgeable and savvy about regulatory environments is a requirement for the HR compensation professional. This course will provide you with the information you need to understand many important HR rules and regulations that impact your organization and its employees.


Course & Exam Package Fees


MSCA members receive an additional discounts for attending WorldatWork hosted classes and other sponsored Worldatwork classes, products and services. Membership will be verified with your WorldatWork account profile.



Includes tuition, course materials and certification exam.

MSCA Member $1,350 USD*
WorldatWork Member $1,495 USD
Nonmember $2,200 USD

*Other association member prices may vary. All pricing subject to change.



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To register or for more information, visit the Memphis WorldatWork Courses site or contact Customer Relationship Services using the following information:


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Non-MSCA Members:




General Online Info for the CCP:
Phone: 877-951-9191 (6:00 am - 4:30 pm MST)
Fax: 480-483-8352, Toll-free 866-816-2962


Additional Information:

For additional information, please contact Braxston Richmond, VP Professional Development, at

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