What is Recruitment Process ?
Nothing saves you more time and money than recruiting the correct person first time around. As a manager or business owner, you require certain skills to match the right person to the right job. The Recruitment course will provide you with the knowledge to find the right candidate for the job. In this course, you will learn about the selection procedures, resources and methods needed for recruitment and selection, as well as the recruitment and selection plan.
The course looks at how to deal with applicant responses and the initial screening process, the implementation of corrective action and the applicant database. This course also deals with reviewing decisions and performance of delegated tasks.
This eLearning course was wonderful, it is the first time I have ever done a course online and I really loved it. It was well laid out and insightful. The recruitment process is no longer a mystery. This course will help me in my line of business, thank you.
I did a few courses through eLearning.co.za, of which Recruitment Process was one. It has given me the edge over other employees. I have improved my workplace skills and knowledge. I encourage anyone to make use of this way of learning!
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Unit 1-Planning and preparing for recruitment and selection
1. (incl. 1.1 - 1.3) Planning and preparing for recruitment and selection
1.4 (incl. 1.4.1) Sources of relevant and complete information
1.4.2 Job specifications
1.4.3 Job profile
1.5 (incl. 1.5.1 & 1.5.2) Selection procedures
1.5.3 (incl. 1.5.4 & 1.5.5) Online screening and short listing
1.5.6 Ability and aptitude tests
1.6 Deciding which selection methods to use
1.7 Defining your organisational requirements
1.8 Confirming the selection procedure
1.9 (incl. 1.9.1 & 1.9.2) Resources and methods needed for recruitment and selection
Professional associations and networking
1.9.3 Selection criteria and control procedures
1.9.4 (incl. 1.9.5) Recruitment and selection plan
1.9.6 Elements of a recruitment and selection plan
Unit 2: Recruiting applicants
2 (incl. 2.1 & 2.2) Recruiting applicants
2.3 (incl. 2.4) Recruitment advertising
2.5 Initial screening process
2.6 Implementation of corrective action
2.7 Preparing a list of potential candidates
2.8 Applicant database
2.9 Dealing with unplanned events
2.10 Unplanned events during recruitment process
Unit 3: Selecting staff
3. (incl. 3.1 & 3.2) Selecting staff
3.3 (incl. 3.4) Verification methods
3.5 (incl. 3.6) Interview process
3.7 (incl 3.8 & 3.9) Shortlist to reflect results of candidate assessment
3.10 Giving feedback
3.11 Documenting records
It takes between 4 days and 2 weeks, depending on your speed.
only R 50 (incl VAT)