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'Staff Selection / Recruitment Interviewing Skills'
One Day Workshop
in the 'Staff Selection / Recruitment Interviewing Skills' training workshop will gain an
understanding of Best Practice techniques for successful staff selection
and recruitment during the candidate interview.
impressions, and throughout the interview, the quality of communication with the candidate strongly
influences the results achieved.
purpose of this course is to generate insight into how to develop
excellence in each step, ensuring
effective relationship building, enhanced information exchange, and
therefore improved staff selection and
Who Should Attend This Training?
Anyone involved in Staff Selection / Recruitment Interviewing will find this workshop valuable. Participants in the course will find their ability to uncover vital information from candidates will improve, enabling a more informed selection process. An enhanced ability to 'sell' the opportunity to the candidate will result in higher acceptance rates of employment offers made, and therefore better recruitment outcomes.
Content and Outcomes
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The next 2-day 'Recruitment - A Practical Approach' workshop will be held in Sydney. Dates to be confirmed. Expressions of interest welcomed.
This training will be held at a venue in Sydney CBD (address details provided upon booking).
$450 per person per day, plus GST. Multiple attendee discounts apply.
Group size for Public Courses limited to 8 participants.
This workshop is also available as in-house training.
Please contact me for more information.
Quotes from Participants
'So helpful - I now have a structure to follow and this will give me more confidence when interviewing future candidates.'
'I now have methods of probing beyond the superficial responses candidates often give, so I can uncover true aspirations, history, skills, etc.'
'I think the part on selling the opportunity to the candidate was very valuable - hopefully this will reduce our rejection of offer rate.'