What is Effective Interviewing

 and Employee?

"Effective Interviewing and Employee Course" typically refers to a training or educational program that focuses on teaching individuals, particularly managers, supervisors, or human resources professionals, how to conduct effective job interviews and evaluate potential candidates for employment. The course aims to provide participants with the skills and techniques needed to make informed hiring decisions and select candidates who are the best fit for the organization.

Effective Interviewing 

and Employee  

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  • Computer/Laptop
  • Email for notifications and communication
  • Internet connection
  • PDF viewer (e.g ADOBE Acrobat)
  • Microsoft Word for notes
  • A web browser

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Course Content

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Unit 1 : Job Analysis and Competency Modeling 

1.1 Defining Job Requirements 

1.2 Developing a Competency Framework 

It takes between 4 days and 2 weeks, depending on your speed.

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Effective performance and discipline management 

Train the trainer 

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Unit  2: Designing The Selection Process

1.1 Selection Process: Stages and Considerations 

1.2 The Role of Application Forms, CVs and Cover Letters

1.3 Using Pre-selection Tests and Assessments 

Unit  2: Conducting Effective Interviews 

1.1 Understanding Different Types of Interviews (structured, unstructured, behavioural, situational)

1.2 Developing Effective Interview Questions

1.3 Examples of Questions and Rating Answers 

1.4 The Role of Active Listening and Body Language in Interviews

1.5 Interviewing in a Diverse and Inclusive Context 

Unit  3: Making a Decision: From Interview to Offer 

1.1 Evalauating Candidates: Methods and Techniques

1.2 Dealing with Candidate Feedback and Rejections 

1.3 Making the Job Offer: Negotiations and Onboarding 

Unit  4: Legal and Ethical Considerations 

1.1 Understand Discrimination and Bias in Interviews 

1.2 Legal Consideration in the South-African Context  

1.3 Best Practices to Avoid Discrimination and Ensure Fairness

1.4 Ethical Considerations and Maintaining Candidate Condidate Confidentiality 

Unit  5: Making a Decision: From Interview to Offer 

1.1 Evaluating Candidates: Methods and Techniques

1.2 Dealing with Candidate Feedback and Rejections  

1.3 Making the Job Offer: Negotiations and Onboarding 

Unit  6: Assessment and Continuous Improvement 

1.1 Post-hire Evaluation: Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Hiring Process

1.2 Developing a Feedback Mechanism for Continuous Improvement

1.3 Case Study: Successful Interviewing and Employee Selection in South African Companies