We’ve designed this content so you can use it to deliver a course in recruitment and selection.
These recruitment and selection training course materials can be used by anyone that wants to deliver their own training courses on recruitment and selection. The content is easy to use. And, no previous experience is required.
The content is suitable for business managers that want to train their staff teams. And, also for corporate trainers that want to increase the type of courses that they can deliver.
Overall, they will help those that attend the course to better understand recruitment and selection within organizations. This course is designed to be delivered to managers, team leaders, supervisors and front line staff.
How it works
Your course participants will learn about biases in selection. And, they will also learn about the different types of interview questions that can be used.
Use the content to teach your participants about psychometric testing. And, the formulas needed to measure recruitment and selection efforts.
These formulae include hit rate, hire ratio, and quality of hire. In addition, they cover interview time and source cost per hire ratios.
We also provide specific examples on calculating interviewing cost and recruiter effectiveness. As well as source cost per hire per interview.
Upon completion of this training course in recruitment and selection skills, your participants will be able to:
– Understand the importance of recruitment.
– Identify the outcomes of the selection decision.
– Detail the main biases that can occur during the selection process.
– Introduce an effective recruitment process.
– Understand different types of interview questions.
– Discuss applications of psychometric testing within the recruitment process.
– Measure the recruitment process.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided for this course in recruitment and selection skills.
Recruitment – The course begins by exploring the selection decision, reliability, validity and biases in selection.
The recruitment process – Use the course materials to examine a simple recruitment process.
– Job analysis
– Source candidates
– The recruitment interview
– Types of interview questions
– Identifying skills
– Psychometric testing
– Reference checking
– Making an offer
How to measure recruitment – This section focuses measuring the effectiveness of their recruitment efforts. Specific measurement tools include:
– Hit rate
– Hire ratio
– Quality of hire
– Interview time
– Source cost per hire ratios
– Interviewing cost
– Recruiter effectiveness
– Source cost per hire per interview
You will receive a 55-page participant manual and 87 Powerpoint slides.
Also, included are 14 expert training guides.
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Director of Human Resources
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Human Resource Manager