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John Academy

Recruitment Consultant Diploma - CPD & IAO Accredited

John Academy
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Typology Course
Methodology Online
Class hours 30h
Duration Flexible
Start Different dates available
  • Course
  • Online
  • 30h
  • Duration:
    Flexible
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

Recruitment consultants are specialists who are both adored by companies and individuals when it comes to recruitment. They are handsomely paid both through gratitude and money for successfully recruiting a candidate. So if you want to classify yourself in this category, you may want to consider taking this Recruitment Consultant Diploma course.

The course is divided into two sections, where the first one gives you an idea about recruitment while the second section focuses on managing it. In the first section you are initially given an introduction to recruitment, following which you learn about the selection process of a recruitment cycle. You will further discover how to set goals, interview questions, avoiding bias and much more. In the second part of the course, you focus more on hiring strategies, ways to lure great candidates and filtering applicants in order to interview them. You also learn about the interview and selection process in detail.

Overall this course is an amazing blend made to make sure you get the proper understanding in recruitment consultancy that is required to achieve success.

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Different dates available
Online
Starts Different dates available
Location
Online

To take into account

· Who is it intended for?

Individuals looking to start a new career in human resources or recruitment People who want to improve their skills and develop their career further in HR management

· Requirements

This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds. Learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the qualification. Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.

· What marks this course apart?

On receiving your request an academic officer from the course will call you to explain everything about the course, including how you can sign up, payment options and enrollment periods.

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What you'll learn on the course

Human Rights
Recruitment
Accredited
Hiring
Analysis
interview process
Recruitment Basics
Introduction to Recruitment
Problems Recruiters Face
Advertising Guidelines

Teachers and trainers (1)

John Adams John
John Adams John
Instructor

Course programme

COURSE CURRICULUM

Recruitment Basics

  • Introduction to Recruitment
  • Recruitment
  • Shortlisting
  • Selection
  • Definitions of Training and Development
  • Considerations in the Design of Training Programmes
  • Implementing Training
  • Learning Methods

Recruitment

  • Module One – Getting Started
  • Module Two – Introduction to Recruitment
  • Module Three – The Selection Process
  • Module Four – Goal Setting
  • Module Five – The Interview
  • Module Six – Types of Interview Questions
  • Module Seven – Avoiding Bias in Your Selection
  • Module Eight – The Background Check
  • Module Nine – Making Your Offer
  • Module Ten – Orientation and Retention
  • Module Eleven – Measuring the Results
  • Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Managing Recruitment

  • Module One – Getting Started
  • Module Two – Defining and Knowing the Position
  • Module Three – Hiring Strategy
  • Module Four – Lure in Great Candidates
  • Module Five – Filtering Applicants to Interview
  • Module Six – The Interview (I)
  • Module Seven – The Interview (II)
  • Module Eight – Selection Process (I)
  • Module Nine – Selection Process (II)
  • Module Ten – Making an Offer
  • Module Eleven – Onboarding
  • Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Recruitment - Interview Process

  • History of the Interviewing Process
  • The Recruitment and Selection Process
  • Factors in the Hiring Process
  • Cost Analysis
  • Job Analysis and Position Profiles
  • Determining the Skills You Need
  • Finding Candidates
  • Advertising Guidelines
  • Screening Resumes
  • Performance Assessments
  • Problems Recruiters Face
  • Interviewing Barriers
  • Non-Verbal Communication
  • Types of Questions
  • Case Study
  • Traditional vs. Behavioral Interviews
  • Other Types of Questions
  • The Critical Incident Technique
  • Listening for Answers
  • Difficult Applicants
  • Interview Preparation and Format
  • Other Interview Techniques
  • Scoring Responses
  • Checking References
  • Human Rights