You say that as of now you are on break and before this you have done MBA. But then did you do MBA through correspondence or it was full-time course? Secondly, why you wish to do some certification course that is on and above MBA? I do not mean to say that certification courses are useless nevertheless, there has to be certainty to get a job after that course.
As of now, you may keep yourself abreast with the current HR practices. You may go through this forum to go through the queries that are raised on various labour laws. Lot of discussion happen on hardcore HR also. When seniors give reply, their replies will be education to you.
Lastly, are you in touch with what you have learnt during MBA course? If not, then I recommend you going through the books or the study material that you had referred. During MBA course, we just study for our syllabus. However, your real-life challenges may not be restricted only to the syllabus. Therefore, to become professional, you need to refer what you had not read earlier. I find many MBAs, whose knowledge-base is quite poor. Career success depends on keeping one's foundation strong. This is a universal rule and you are no exception to it!
From India, Bangalore
Till you land up with a job, update your knowledge with amendments
for eg maternity leave has been increased.
Forum is good place to read up by using search button.
There are various course in the market, but one has to decide how useful it will be.
You can go for evening classes etc.
There are plenty of material online also like Harvard Business Review,
Keep an eye out for suitable jobs.
Have a professionally written CV ready.
With right attitude and knowledge jobs will be available.
Work life balance will have to be carefully struck.
Best of luck.
From India, Pune
Coming back to your question, since you already have a rich two plus years of experience into HR, we are sure that the next job that would be offered to you would be of managerial or sub-managerial level. What's better than preparing for your first-time managerial experience? We suggest you do courses related to communication, time management and team-building that would go a long way in building your profile and make you appear more confident in interviews.
Do check out platforms like Harvard Business Review (https://hbr.org/) which could provide you with a global certification. If you are looking for something that is more local and relevant in the Indian market, you can check out Great Manager Institute. (Early Users of GMI | Great Manager Instituteâ„¢).
We are sure that as a mom you already are a good manager at home. What's better than being a 'great people manager' at work too?
From India, Mumbai
Or Advanced HR courses like HR Generalist.
If u cant leave the house,try Linkedin Learning or If you like Labour Law,update yourself on the latest developments
From India, Bengaluru