The human resource is one of the most important components that can determine the success or failure of an organization or a project. If chosen correctly, the organization will be professional and will prove huge success over its competition. Because the process of choosing the human resource isn’t always smooth, the British Academy for Training and Development made sure to present this important training course amongst all the trainings they offer.
Objectives and target group
Business owners, entities, large and small businesses
Those responsible for the hiring and choosing new employees
Those who work in the workers’ affairs departments and those responsible for hiring
Those who want to improve their skills in conducting interviews and making employment tests.
After completion of the programme, delegates will have the knowledge and skills to:
Discover good candidates, attracting them, and interviewing them.
Choosing and hiring the applicants.
Knowing all the practical aspects of managing Human Resources.
Identifying the attracting, choosing, and hiring policies
Learning the different methods and tools to choosing candidates and conducting interviews
Identifying the job title and the management level
The new definition of managing Human Resources
Understanding the basic management tasks, and the strategies of how they work together.
Understanding the basic skill set of all managerial roles and jobs in different organizations.
The main problems in the process of choosing and hiring.
The responsibility of choosing and hiring
The tests and the psychology of choosing and hiring
The steps of choosing and hiring
The different types of interviews and the modern way to making the choice
Understanding a person from his body language
The skills of negotiations in meetings
The hiring process
Saving time on the hiring process
Reaching a larger database of qualified candidates
The latest management tools
Creating a database
Dealing with basic setbacks
Using the computer for training
The different ways to asses a program, training materials, trainees, and creating a report.
The role of the manager in planning, dividing tasks, and observation.
Facilitating, encouraging, and leading.
The complete responsibility of the Human Resources Department
Note / Price varies according to the selected city