Recruitment and management skills are important requisites for people managers. The participant will gain insight that will improve recruitment and selection practice that complies with legal employment requirements.
You will learn from case studies and learning activities, the context, legislation, principles and techniques of employing one or more people, interview candidates, and selecting one or more people.
This two-day practical course gives the Dos and Don'ts of recruiting and selecting one or more staff, carrying out selection interviews, and skills that will help to ensure compliant recruitment and selection practice.
At the end of the one-day training, the participant will be able to:
Explain the organisation and employment contexts
Design a job profile or job description
Describe the recruitment and selection process
List essential steps in planning and preparing for selection interviewing
Describe the objectives of selection interviewing based on job criteria
Demonstrate effective selection interviewing
Describe action plan to recruit and select appropriate candidate
Organisation and employment contexts
Recruiting and selecting competent staff legally
Role / Job Design
Producing job description and personnel specification
Selection interviewing – objectives, planning and preparation
Selection interviewing process, interview questions and taking notes
Decision-making in selection interviewing
Practice, practice, practice – Selection interviewing
Completing the recruitment and selection process
Questions and Answers
Summary and action planning
Course Attendance Certificate
Duration and Time
2 days course, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Who can benefit from this training?
People managers, supervisors, team leaders, managers, and anyone who need to understand and develop skills to recruit and carry selection interview of one or more candidates / people.
The training course takes a blended learning approach and the training methods reflect all learning styles. There are interactive learning activities, quiz, presentations, case study, individual and group-work, facilitation, and discussions.
Mode of delivery
This course is delivered (1) in-house; (2) training venue; (3) Virtual training room