Recruitment and Selection Package 5 Courses £75

Recruitment and Selection Package 5 courses
Recruitment and Selection Package 5 courses
Titles Included The Recruitment Process an Overview, Job analysis, job descriptions and person specifications, Attracting candidates and producing job advertisements Shortlisting candidates and selection techniques, Right to work

Titles Included

The Recruitment Process an Overview,
Job analysis, job descriptions and person specifications

Attracting candidates and producing Job Advertisements
Shortlisting candidates and selection techniques,
Right to work

Who is this course for:

Anyone involved in recruitment and selection

The Recruitment Process an Overview

Course Duration 40 minutes

Effective recruitment means having the right person in the right place at the right time. It sounds easy doesn’t it? But recruiting the right person takes effort and, in the long run, is crucial to organisational performance.
This is because good employees get the job done, require light-touch management and are committed to the success of the organisation.
Poor recruitment can cause untold problems and serious inefficiencies, thanks to the vast amount of management time spent in problem solving, retraining and disciplinary activity.


Recruitment skills, therefore, are critical – not just for HR teams but also for line managers who are increasingly involved in the selection process.
This course introduces the Recruitment and Selection series with an overview of the recruitment process.


Course Content
• Reasons for recruitment
• The four stages of the recruitment process
• The recruitment process:
• Role definition
• Attraction
• Selection

1 CPD Point
This Course Earns you 1 CPD Point

Job Analysis, Job Descriptions and Person Specifications

Course Duration 50 Minutes

Job analysis, job descriptions and person specifications sound like three pretty dry subjects! But think about it – employing the wrong person can be a costly and stressful business. Many disastrous recruitment decisions have resulted from getting just one key element of the recruitment and selection process wrong. Not getting anything wrong, of course, depends on robust processes and good skills. However, robust processes and good skills, in turn, depend heavily on effective preparation – and this crucial preparation phase is detailed within three important documents:
• The job analysis
• The job description
• The person specification


This course will enable the learner to create valid and effective versions of all three documents and so ensure that recruitment and selection activity is built on firm foundations.


Course Content
• How job analysis is used and why it is important
• Content of job analysis
• Using job analysis to aid diversity and avoid discrimination
• Why job descriptions are important
• The key elements of a job description
• The benefits of a person specification
• The key content of a person specification
• Essential and desirable criteria
• Avoiding discrimination within a person specification

1 CPD Point
This Course Earns you 1 CPD Point

Attracting candidates and producing job advertisements

Course duration 45 minutes

If you have completed the first two courses in the recruitment and selection series, you will now be armed with your job description and person specification. Now you are ready to think about how you are going attract applicants for the job. This part of the recruitment stage is where you spend time and resources attracting a suitable pool of candidates from which to make a selection.
There are many ways of attracting candidates, some of which can be costly, so it’s important to get it right first time.


This course will look at how to attract the right candidates
and how to write a job advertisement.

Course Content
If you have completed the first two courses in the recruitment and selection series, you will now be armed with your job description and person specification. Now you are ready to think about how you are going attract applicants for the job. This part of the recruitment stage is where you spend time and resources attracting a suitable pool of candidates from which to make a selection. There are many ways of attracting candidates, some of which can be costly, so it’s important to get it right first time. This course will look at how to attract the right candidates and how to write a job advertisement.
• The advantages of internal and external
recruitment
• Selecting an effective attraction method
• Additional methods of attracting candidates
• Job advertisements
• Managing applications

Shortlisting Candidates and selection techniques

Course Duration 40 Minutes

Making sure you select the correct candidate to fill your vacancy is a crucial part of the recruitment process. If your job advertisement has been successful, you will have a large and unmanageable amount of candidates from which to choose. The next step in the recruitment process
is to get that large number down to a manageable size. This reduction process is called ‘shortlisting’, and it lays the ground for subsequent selection techniques that aim to identify the best candidate for the job.
This course will give you the skills required to shortlist and select candidates.
Course Content
• Shortlisting • Assessment centres
• Psychometric testing • Making the decision
• Interviews • The offer
• Practical tests • References

1 CPD Point
This Course Earns you 1 CPD Point

Right to Work

Course Duration 40 Minutes

A Right to Work check involves a review of a candidate’s legal identification
documents to ascertain whether they have permission to work in the UK. These checks are important and must be carried out before any person is employed by any organisation.
This course provides the basic knowledge and understanding needed to carry out Right to Work checks. It covers what they are, why they are important and details the different types of documents used whilst checking people’s right to work in the UK.

Course Content
What a right to work check is and why they are important
The consequences of failing to conduct these checks
Describes the eligibility criteria to work in the UK
Explains the different types of legal documents and what types of checks that need to take place
Lists places to obtain further advice

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