Currently, IHRDC offers a ‘Certificate of Completion’ which indicates that the learner has succeeded in scoring at or above a certain percentage of questions in an e-Learning course. This score is not meant to determine a person’s minimal competency in a given e-Learning course (such minimal competency is also known as a cut-score). However, many companies and organizations recognize the educational value of IHRDC courses, and a 'Certificate of Completion' may be a good indication of the knowledge you have gained by completing an IHRDC course.
You are able to print the "Certificate of Completion" once you fully complete an e-Learning course; however, it is important to recognize that IHRDC is not currently accredited by any university or government organization. For additional information, see How do I print a Certificate of Completion?