Recruitment Training For Managers

$80.00

Get instant access to everything you need to run focused workshops or one-day courses. You will receive:

  • Workbooks.
  • Slide Decks.
  • Training Guides.
  • Free Training Games.
  • Free Training Icebreakers.
  • Course Tests.
  • Activities/Exercises.
  • Reading Lists.
  • Course Advertorials.
  • Action Plans.
Suitable for all categories of staff.

Audience.

Sourcing content for recruitment training for managers is a huge part of developing any training course.

This means finding and optimizing every part of your course to encourage participants to build their recruitment skills.

But when developing a complete course on recruitment skills for managers, how do you know where to start? It can sometimes feel like there is so much to do.

Fortunately, you can now get the training course material required to run a training course on recruitment skills for managers.

This recruitment skills training course material includes everything you need to instruct managers and teams on improving their recruitment skills.

These training course materials can instruct teams on developing recruitment skills and effectively measuring recruitment and selection processes.

Course participants will learn how to find, interview, select, and hire the right person every time.

Our recruitment training for managers course materials empower leaders, HR, hiring managers, and employees with the latest recruitment strategies and techniques.

These training course materials also explore the specifics of developing recruitment skills. Your audience will learn to avoid bias, assess skills accurately, and make smarter hiring choices.

 

Who Do We Recommend Oak Innovation For?

  • Individuals looking to start training quickly – Oak Innovation’s instant availability and beginner-friendly training course material mean you can get a course up and running within minutes.
  • New training professionals – This training course material is the easiest course builder to use, offering complete course templates and an intuitive design to help you deliver an effective course.
  • Development-focused managers – Oak Innovation is well known for its customizable complete course templates, so we highly recommend the training course material for people managers, especially for team-leads and supervisors.
  • Businesses and professionals offering services – If you need to offer training courses or provide workshops, Oak Innovation’s training course material makes this a smooth experience for both course participants and businesses alike.
  • Entrepreneurs – Oak Innovation’s focus on offering rebrandable and customizable products, a functionality available across all our training materials, makes it the ideal course builder for setting up a side hustle.
  • Companies interested in reducing costs – Not only is Oak Innovation very affordable, but its practical content and training guides make it easy to start running training courses.

Whether it’s about a brand new training course, or launching a new workshop, people at all stages of their training delivery journey get busy or under pressure sometimes. And that’s where we can help.

Think of Oak Innovation as a one-stop shop for getting the training course material you need.

Topics Covered

1. Introduction

  • Six biases during selection.
  • Expectancy.
  • Primacy.
  • Information seeking.
  • Contrast or quota.
  • Horns/Halo effects.
  • Stereotyping.

2. The Four Outcomes Of The Selection Decision
The possible outcomes of a selection decision.

  • Accept good performers.
  • Reject poor performers.
  • Accept poor performers.
  • Reject good performers.

3. The Three Main Functions Of The Recruitment And Selection Process
This section discusses.

  • The function of a recruitment and selection process.
  • The primary purpose of a recruitment and selection process.
  • Deterring unsuitable candidates from applying.
  • Creating a positive image of the organization.

4. A Simple Eight-Step Recruitment Process

  • Job analysis.
  • How to source candidates.
  • The recruitment interview.
  • Different types of interview questions.
  • Identifying skills.
  • Psychometric testing.
  • Reference checking.
  • Making an offer.

5. The Advantages And Disadvantages Of A Recruitment Interview
Advantages

  • Quick and relatively easy to perform.
  • Perceived by the candidate as a natural part of the recruitment process.
  • Allows the organization to get to know a candidate.
  • Enable the candidate to find out more about the organization.

Disadvantages

  • Open to errors
  • Challenging for the interviewer to discriminate between relevant and irrelevant information.
  • Different conclusions are dependent on the type of interview conducted.
  • Early impressions can negatively and inappropriately influence the interviewer’s judgment.

6. The Three Main Functions Of The Recruitment Interview

  • The role of mutual preview.
  • Assessment.
  • The role of negotiation.

7. The Six Main Interview Questions
The main types of questions that can be used in interviews.

  • Direct or closed.
  • Leading.
  • Topic-changing.
  • Probing and developing.
  • Open-ended.
  • Reflecting.

8. How To Measure Recruitment And Selection

  • Hit rate.
  • Hire ratio.
  • Quality of hire.
  • Interview time.
  • Source cost-per-hire ratios.
  • Interviewing cost.
  • Recruiter effectiveness.
  • Source cost per hire per interview.

 

Objectives.

Your participants will:

  • Understand the importance of recruitment training for managers.
  • Explore the outcomes of a selection decision.
  • Understand the main biases that can occur during the selection process.
  • Examine an effective recruitment process.
  • Understand different types of interview questions.
  • Understand the applications of psychometric testing within the recruitment process.
  • Explore how to measure the recruitment process.

 

What’s Included?

You get instant access to everything you need.

  • Workbook.
  • Slides.
  • 17 Free Training Games.
  • 17 Free Training Icebreakers.
  • 15 Practical Training Guides.
  • 2 Course Tests.
  • Activities/Exercises.
  • A Reading List.
  • A Course Advertorial.
  • An Action Plan.