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One of the key functions of Human Resource Management is talent acquisition. Organisations spend a great deal of time and money on hiring at various levels.This program aims to provide the candidate the end to end understanding of the recruitment process. This will result in providing to the industry candidates who will be subject matter experts and will be able to apply the optimal methods of recruitment & selection as hiring executives/managers. These candidates could also be a ready trained pool of resources for the staffing industry.

Fresh Graduates
Graduates with 1 -2 years of work experience looking at career opportunities in recruitment management.
Jr. working professional from HR function

Course Structure
Course Duration-The course would be for a total duration of 120 hours. These could be completed in the following ways-
4 month evening course for working professionals ( 1.5 hours Mon-Friday)
4 months weekend course ( 7.5 Hours on Sat/Sun)
One month course ( 7.5 hours Mon-Friday) for students during vacation

The recruitment function is one of the most important functions in the process of organisation building. Nonetheless, the emphasis on this activity and the availability of trained resources to execute this function is grossly inadequate. Correspondingly, the staffing industry in India is coming of age and the entire field of recruitment, selection, staffing & resource planning is getting increasingly specialised. There are barely any specialised courses addressing this need and even the HR MBA’s fleetingly cover the subject.
This course has thus been designed to provide a trained workforce to recruitment teams in any industry, as well as specifically for Staffing firms.
Main Concepts:
Recruitment functions in organisations and staffing firms.
Learning Objectives:
Broad understanding of recruitment function in organisations
Write an appropriate Job description & Job specification
Plan the process of recruitment based on the need
Use online tools to post jobs
Shortlist resumes & conduct interviews
Make an effective head hunting call
Conduct salary negotiations with candidates
Carry out joining formalities & induction process

Course Content:
Introduction to Recruitment Function
Brief on the staffing Industry
Job Description & Job Specification
Overview of Recruitment & Selection Methods
Resume shortlisting
Campus Recruitment
Advertised Recruitment
Walk-in Recruitment
Job Fair
Head Hunting
Using Job Portals/Company Website
Using Social Media for recruitment
Field Recruitment
Recruitment Software/Platforms
Selection Process
Interview Process
Competency Based Interview
Psychometric testing/Aptitude Test
Overview on ‘Assessment Centre’
Client/Stakeholder Relationship Management
Understanding Compensation
Salary Negotiations
Reference Checks
Preparing Offer Letter
Joining Formalities
Induction Process
Statutory Compliance
Background Screening
Contract Staffing
Ethics In Recruitment
Method of Teaching:
Classroom interactive session and Practical sessions
Method of Assessment & Weightage:
Assessment Tasks: Written Exam & project assignments
Weightage: 100%
Reading Lists & References
Essential Reading –
Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting and Orienting New Employees- Diane Arthur
Suggested Reading
The professional recruiter’s handbook – Jane Brown

Students will be assessed on project work and a written examination that will be conducted at the end of the course

This program will provide for employment opportunities to candidates in all big, medium and small firms as well as staffing companies. Those who wish to be self employed doing free lance recruitment would also immensely benefit