Management Training
 
Recruitment & Selection (1 Day Course)

>>AIM
Participants will have gained an understanding of the recruitment and selection processes in your Organisation and know their responsibilities within these.

>>OBJECTIVES
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • State the differences between direct and indirect discrimination
  • Explain the importance of legislation
  • Describe your Organisation’s recruitment & selection process and their role
  • Describe their responsibilities when short-listing candidates for interview
  • List at least 6 aspects to be appraised when reviewing job applications and CVs
  • Give examples of at least 4 different types of questioning used when interviewing
  • Describe their responsibilities before, during and after an interview

>>DURATION

One day.

>>PARTICIPANT NUMBERS
This course should be run for groups of up to 12.

>>DESIGNED FOR
Line Managers / deputies who are responsible for and /or are involved in the recruitment and selection of staff but have had minimal training or require a refresher.

>>CONTENT
This can be adjusted to meet your specific requirements.

  • Legislation
  • Recruitment & Selection processes
  • Job descriptions: purpose, content
  • Person specifications: Purpose, content
  • Competencies: What are they, why have them?
  • Reading Applications and CVs
  • Questioning styles: open, closed, probing, behavioural / competency based
  • Preparation for interviews: Environment, self, colleagues, candidate
  • Practical sessions
  • Closing the interview: What should be said to candidates
  • Record keeping
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Recruitment & Selection (1 Day Course)