Friday, January 2, 2009

CRAP helps recruiters hire the right talent

The Certified Recruitment Analyst Program, of Carlton Advanced Management Institute, USA, done in India in association with Middle Earth Consultants.

This program develops both the skill and understanding that would help the professionals to implement good recruitment practices effectively in the organization. This program would equip the professionals with the skill and knowledge so that he/she is able to:

· Appreciate the importance of recruitment and calculate costs associated with bad recruitment

· Understand all steps followed in an effective recruitment process

· Analyze requirements and create job and competence map formats

· Screen and shortlist applications to lower short term attrition using motivational and image checkpoints

· Conduct behavioral and functional interviews efficiently and effectively

· Create positive perceptions among candidates about the company

· Effectively evaluate the candidate on behavior, skill and knowledge

· Understand the role of non interview techniques like group exercises, role plays, psychometric tools in evaluating candidates

· Understand the latest trends and tools in recruitment including usage of Onet, Quan comm. methodology, Threshold traits analysis, Behavioral event interviewing, Job element analysis, critical incident method

· Be familiar with some of the best practices which have evolved in recruitment over the last few years

Who should attend?
Professionals involved in the recruitment process and recruiting professionals at all experience levels. This program is useful for junior and first level supervisors from the recruitment department. It is equally useful for line managers, functional professionals who participate in the recruitment process as interviewers.

Course Overview:
Recruitment overview and requirement analysis
  • Bad Recruitment
  • Cost of bad recruitment
  • Recruitment Metrics
  • Competency Iceberg model
  • How is competency measured
  • Job Analysis

Short listing and psychometric techniques
  • Overview of hiring process
  • Getting Resumes
  • Short listing
  • Methods of short listing
  • Psychometric tests
MODULE 3: Interviewing and probing
  • The overall interview process
  • Major types of Interviews
  • Stages of interviews
  • Different types of questioning methods
  • Different methods of probing
  • Behavioral event interviewing
  • Usage of Interview guides and outlines
  • Evaluation of an interview process

  • Knowledge based filtering
  • Skill based filtering
  • Behavioral filtering


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