Purpose: at the end of the training, the participant is able to conduct different recruitment and selection processes using the recruitment and selection methods.
Learning outcomes. By the end of the training the participant:
Schedule: We will meet 8 times on Mondays 9.00 - 12.00, Fridays 13.00 - 16:00
Price: 1000 + 20% VAT
Master's degree in Communications (Tallinn University, 2004)
10 years of experience in HR and 7 years in IT recruitment. Nowadays still actively recruiting IT professionals and managing a team of IT recruiters.
For the past 5 years I have been sharing my knowledge at seminars and in-house trainings. Experienced speaker at international recruitment and sourcing conferences.
Master's degree in Business Administration (TalTech, 2017).
HR professional with 16+years of experience in large international companies.
Has been working as a strategic HR Business Partner in international companies with executive teams and supporting organizations to achieve their goals. Passionate about people development and finding their potential.
Lead IT recruiter, sourcer and relocation expert.
Experience in recruitment 5+ years. Career path: sourcer in EPAM, IT Recruiter and later on Talent Acquisition Partner in a dinamically growing IT company.
Alina joined IT Talent in January 2021 and moved to Tallinn from St Petersburg and experienced relocation, adaptation in Estonia.
Target group: specialists, working or about to start working in the HR field who want to acquire the basic knowledge and skills necessary for the selection and recruitment of personnel.
Curriculum group: business and administration, secretarial and office work.
Conditions for starting the course: the possibility to use a personal laptop, tablet or smartphone during the training. Personal profile on LinkedIn.
The course will start in case at least 5 persons register for the classes held in English.
I module – Introduction. Recruitment fundamentals
II module - Planning the search
III module. Sourcing. Boolean search
IV module – Sourcing. Google X-Ray
V module – Recruitment workflow and communication with candidates
VI module – Conducting interviews and selecting candidates
VII module – Recruitment process last step. Closing the deal
VIII Onboarding. Finalising the recruitment process
Volume: 50 hours in total, 32 hours of which are the online training, 18 hours of practical tasks and discussions. Practical exercises are done online with the support and written feedback of the teacher.
Excercises include: creating a job profile, creating a recruitment strategy, market analysis and talent mapping for the selected vacancy, searching for candidates on LinkedIn, searching using Google X-ray, searching for contact details of candidates, creating sample letters, creating a recruitment workflow in Trellos, creating a candidate evaluation card (score card).
Practical excercises are reviewed by the teacher and written feedback is given online.
During the course we will practically work on your role together. We will go through all the stages of recruitment for your role and hopefully fill it.
Independent work includes reading additional materials, articles, and watching additional tutorial videos.
Training environment: all lesson will take place in Zoom. Homework organised in Google Classroom.
Learning tools: the training provider will prepare and print out study materials. All practical exercises and homework shall be done online.
A laptop, tablet or smartphone is required to participate in the training.
Each participant graduates the course with good take aways: innovative tools, templates and models. Also with recommendations on how to continuously develop in this area.
In order to graduate the participant must take part in at least 70% of auditorium training and practical work.
The achievement of learning outcomes is assessed on the basis of practical work and a final test.
The certificate is issued to the student if he or she has participated in at least 70% of the lessons and successfully completed the final test.
The proof of participation in the training is issued to students if the learning outcomes were not achieved, but he or she participated in the training.
The proof is issued according to the number of lesson hours attended, but not if the student attended less than half of the auditorium hours.