CIPD Level 3 Award in Resourcing Talent
In-depth understanding of the critical elements of attracting and recruiting the best person for each role
Enquire now for pricing information.
Resourcing Talent is a CIPD accredited module which provides an in-depth understanding of the critical elements of attracting and recruiting the best person for each role. The course is completed across two days in the classroom followed by 14 hours of elearning. Assessment is via a practical assignment and quizzes and questions completed via elearning.
In an environment where competition is fierce, it is essential for businesses to ensure they have the right mix of skills. This course starts with the concept of employer branding and how this impacts the attractiveness of the company to potential employees and the satisfaction of new and existing employees. It will give students an understanding of factors affecting resourcing and talent planning strategies, key legislation relating to recruitment and selection, the key stages in the recruitment and selection processes, and the benefits of recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. The course will also introduce good practice relating to induction and probation. Students will develop job descriptions and person specifications and undertake a role play assessment to demonstrate their competence in interviewing.
Sucsessful delegates will be able to:
- Understand the factors that affect resourcing and talent planning strategies
- Understand key legislation and pitfalls to avoid during recruitment
- Identify appropriate recruitment and selection methods
- Contribute to the recruitment and selection process
- Understand the importance of effective induction
Completing this CIPD training course will give students six credits towards completing their CIPD Certificate in HR Practice or CIPD Diploma in HR Practice, or will result in a CIPD Award if completed on its own.
- staff turnover
- succession planning
- the recruitment and selection process and how each element contributes to its effectiveness
- the benefits of diversity and the importance of the job description and person specification in the recruitment decision and in challenging claims of discrimination
- effective interview techniques and the role of induction as the final part of the process to ensure a new employee becomes effective as quickly as possible
International Workplace can also provide this qualification at a location and time that suits you as an In Company course. In house training can be delivered anywhere in the world. For more information please fill in an enquiry form or call our team - 0871 777 8881
Download the CIPD Level 3 Award in Resourcing Talent brochure for further information
- Those aspiring to, or embarking on, a career in HR
- Those working in an HR support role who wish to develop their knowledge and contribute to the recruitment process
- Managers who have responsibility for recruitment but are not in an HR function
- Those with an interest in recruitment
Successful completion of the course will result in the achievement of a CIPD Award for resourcing talent. Students will receive a certificate from CIPD
This is an open access qualification. However, the course will benefit you most if you already have some relevant HR / L&D experience. You will also need access to email and the internet.
The course takes 30 hours to complete and is delivered via blended learning. Students will spend two days in the classroom (16 teaching hours), and complete 14 hours of elearning in their own time.
Students will complete a practical assessment during the classroom session as evidence of the skills and knowledge gained. Students will also work through elearning which takes the format of information, questions and quizzes designed to develop and extend knowledge gained in the classroom.
09.00 - Welcome and objectives
09.15 - Organisational context and employer branding
10.00 - Staff turnover
10.15 - Succession planning
10.30 - Break
10.45 - Diversity
11.00 - Ethics and best practice
11.15 - Recruitment cycle
11.30 - Recruitment and employment law
12.15 - Lunch
13.00 - Job descriptions and person specifications
13.30 - Recruitment methods
14.00 - Selection methods
14.30 - Key skills; questioning and listening
15.15 - Break
15.30 - Practice interviews – role play
17.15 - Close
09.00 - Queries from day 1
09.30 - Recruitment administration and advising managers
10.00 - Shortlisting
10.30 - Break
10.45 - Shortlisting
11.00 - Induction
12.15 - Lunch
13.00 - Practical assessments
16.00 - Supporting documents briefing
17.00 - Close
CIPD Level 3 Award in Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employee Relations
An insight into the legal requirements impacting the employment relationship from start to finish
IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management - In Company
The IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management, which leads to IEMA Associate membership, is one of the most sought-after qualifications in environmental management.
NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate
The UK's leading Fire Safety Qualification