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About the Recruitment Apprenticeship (Employers)

FACT—Apprenticeships are the proven way to train professional workforces. Apprenticeships refer to on-the-job training leading to nationally recognised qualifications, developed by industry. FACT—Apprenticeships can make your organisation more effective, productive and competitive by addressing your skills gaps directly, especially in uncertain economic times. FACT—Apprenticeships deliver skills designed around your business needs. They also help you develop the specialist skills you need to keep pace with the latest technology and working practices in your sector. Recruitment Specific Qualifications Apprentices will complete the NEW Recruitment Apprenticeship at level 3: The Framework has been redeveloped by The Council for Administration (CFA) with input from Expedient Training Consultancy , The institute of Recruiters and other stakeholders such as the REC The new frameworks came into effect in February 2013 Expedient Training Consultancies Recruitment Apprenticeship Package is a 12—15 month programme. Expedient's team of assessors have Occupational Competency and will guide learners/employees through the learning and assessment process. Expedient’s Recruitment Apprenticeship has been designed to be non-intrusive to the working environment. Our Assessors will visit the learner/employee monthly in the workplace. In addition some training will be delivered off site, however to minimise the impact on business this training is delivered via various methods and is split into bite sized learning. The Real business benefits to taking on apprentices 

An Apprenticeship is an effective way of tackling skill shortages.

Apprentices will be trained to do a job to agreed standards, which have been set by the Council for Administration - the Sector Skills Council. So they will gain a qualification that shows that they have the skills necessary to do the job, unlike those who follow a formal academic route.

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The training that the learner will receive is state-of-the-art and newly developed specifically for the recruitment industry and as technology and standards move on, you can be assured that latest developments have been incorporated within the programme of study.

Because they will learn by a combination of study and learning on the job, many apprentices find that it is a much better way of learning, by doing things rather than having to remember facts.

Learners/Employees gain recognised qualifications - QCF Certificate (NVQ), a technical certificate, functional skills in Maths, English reading, English writing and Information Technology.

The recruitment apprenticeship results in the above 3 types of qualifications

Apprentices are usually more motivated, because they can see that you are investing in their training and because you take an active part in their development.

They can go on to gain a higher qualification, such as a Level 4 apprenticeship, HNC, HND, Foundation Degree or even a Degree in Recruitment by studying on a part-time basis while continuing to work for you. In this way they will be gaining higher-level skills to improve the productivity of your business, but without making too much of an impact in terms of lost time. The increased investment in them will benefit, not just your business, but will also help to cement the relationship that you have with them, leading to greater motivation and company loyalty.

If you are interested in the Recruitment Apprenticeship programme or have any questions then fill out our form on our "Learn More" page and one of our Business Development Managers will contact you very soon.

Package available in the Greater London and Midlands areas

Disclaimer - Information within this document can be found within the NAS (National Apprenticeship Service) Website

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Certificate in Principles of Recruitment

Knowledge based Qualification

Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Recruitment

Learners must achieve:

Key:

All 6 Mandatory units, providing 26 credits (Equivalent to 1 A Level)

CV: Credit Value GLH: Guided learning hours Mandatory units Unit title

Level

CV

GLH

Understanding sales for recruitment

3

4

15

Understanding legal and ethical requirements in recruitment

3

6

25

Understanding relationship management in

3

4

15

Understanding recruitment operations

3

4

15

Understanding the recruitment market

3

4

15

Understanding the principles of assessing people

3

4

15

26

100

recruitment

Group totals

The above qualification is Nationally Recognised and equivalent to 1 ‘A’ level. The Certificate in Principles of Recruitment is the core training element of the Apprenticeship where Learners will be required to complete work books, attend off-site training (maximum 2 days over the 12 months) and attend webinars (webinars are approx. 45 minutes—1 hour in length)

Benefits of the inclusion of this Qualification within the Apprenticeship The Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Recruitment provides core training or refresher training for staff. After completing this qualification the learner will understand the principles of Recruitment Practice.

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Diploma In Recruitment (Level 3)

Competency based Qualification Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Recruitment Candidates must achieve: all 9 Mandatory units, providing 28 credits 13 credits from any combination of Optional units—ie a total of 41 credits

Key: CV: Credit value GLH: Guided learning hours

Mandatory units Unit title

Level

CV

GLH

Identify client recruitment requirements

3

3

10

Pre-select candidates

3

3

10

Assess candidates

3

3

20

Match and present candidates to employers

3

4

30

Attract potential candidates

3

3

20

Brief and support candidates

3

3

15

Carry out candidate debriefing

3

4

20

Administer recruitment processes

2

2

20

Develop working relationships with colleagues

2

3

15

28

160

Group totals Optional units Unit title

L

CV

GLH

Advise clients on operational recruitment planning

3

4

15

Develop resourcing plan for recruitment services

3

4

15

Sustain customer-focused relationships with clients

3

6

30

Co-ordinate flexible workers

3

6

40

Conduct market research

3

6

10

Negotiating, handling objections and closing sales

3

4

22

Buyer behaviour in sales situations

3

3

27

Analyse competitor activity

3

3

3

Developing sales proposals

4

5

30

Preparing and delivering a sales presentation

3

4

28

Develop, maintain and review personal networks

4

4

25

49

245

Group totals

The above qualification is Nationally Recognised and equivalent to 1 ‘A’ level. The Diploma in Recruitment is the Competency element of the Apprenticeship. Learners will be required to demonstrate competency in the mandatory and chosen units. Our experienced assessors will visit the learner in the workplace (in person or remotely) once a month to conduct training and assessment. The duration of each visit is usually 1.5 -2 hours.

Benefits of the inclusion of this Qualification within the Apprenticeship The Diploma in Recruitment (Level 3) results in the learner demonstrating competency in the above areas. Learners who have achieved this qualification have the benefit of being seen as advocates of best practice and professionalism within the industry. After completing this qualification the learner will be competent in the principles of Recruitment Practice.

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Functional Skills

What are Functional Skills? Functional Skills are practical skills in English, mathematics and ICT that enable learners to deal with practical problems and challenges. They allow individuals to work confidently, effectively and independently in everyday life. For example, they help us recognise good-value deals when making purchases, write an effective application letter, or use the Internet. Functional skills are a key to success. They open doors to learning, to life and to work. These skills are valued by employers and further education and are a platform on which to build other employability skills. Better Functional Skills can mean a better future - as learners or as employees. Functional Skills form part of Diploma, Foundation Learning and Apprenticeships.

Mathematics Functional Skills Maths Functional Skills qualifications in maths assess three interrelated process skills:

  

Representing – selecting the mathematics and information to model a situation Analysing – processing and using mathematics Interpreting – interpreting and communicating the results of the analysis

English Functional Skills English Functional Skills qualifications in English assess three components:

Speaking, listening and communication

 

Reading Writing

ICT Functional Skills ICT Functional Skills qualifications in information and communication technology (ICT) assess three interrelated skills areas:

Using information and communication technology systems

 

Finding and selecting information Developing, presenting and communicating information

All Functional Skills are assessed via online or offline tests

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Advanced Recruitment Apprenticeship Timetable

When

Visit Type

Pre - Sign Remote Up

Month 1

Face to Face

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 3

Induction

Initial Assessment Plan Covering - Functional Skills Practice Tests, ERR, Be Safe

Activity 4

Activity 5

BKSB Initial Assessments - Maths / English / ICT (If Applicable)

Sign Up

Functional Skills Testing Continue with ERR

Continue with Be Safe

Commence Training and "Practice / Apply" - REC 3-2 Identify client recruitment requirements Commence Training and "Practice / Apply" REC 3-8 Attract Potential candidates

Remote

Complete ERR

First Assessment -REC 3 -2 Identify client recruitment requirements First Assessment REC 38 Attract Potential candidates (Professional Discussion)

Commence Training and "Practice / Apply" - Commence Technical REC 3-4 Pre-Select Certificate Candidates

Face to Face

2nd Assessment REC 32 Identify client recruitment requirements 2nd Functional Skills Testing Assessment REC 3-8 Attract Potential candidates (Observation)

Month 5

Face to Face

Commence Training First Assessment REC 32nd Assessment REC 3and "Practice / Apply" 5 Assess Candidates Continue Technical D1 - Develop working Functional Skills Testing 4 Pre-Select Candidates (Professional Certificate (Observation) relationships with Discussion) colleagues

Month 6

Face to Face

Commence Training and 2nd Assessment REC 3"Practice / Apply - REC Functional Skills Testing 5 Assess Candidates 2-1 Administer (Observation) recruitment processes

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Face to Face

Complete Be Safe

First Assessment - REC Commence Training and 3-4 Pre-Select Continue Technical "Practice / Apply" - REC Candidates (Professional Certificate 3-5 Assess Candidates Discussion)

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Commence Training and "Practice / Apply" - REC Continue Technical 3-6 Match and present Certificate candidates to employers

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Month 7

Month 8

Remote

First Assessment D1 Develop working relationships with colleagues REC 2-1 Administer recruitment processes REC 3-6 Match and present candidates to employers (Professional Discussion)

Commence Training and "Practice / Apply REC 39 Brief and support candidates

Commence Training and "Practice / Apply - REC Continue Technical 3-10 Carryout candidate Certificate debriefing

Remote

First Assessment REC 39 Brief and support candidate REC 3-10 Carryout candidate debriefing (Professional Discussion)

Preparation for Eng Speaking, Listening & Communication Planning (x3 Assignments)

Preparation for Personal Complete Technical Listening & Thinking Certificate Skills

1st Assessment English - Speaking, Listening & Communication (Observation)

CommenceTraining and "Practice / Apply" Optional Units 1 & 2

2nd Assessment REC 39 Brief and support candidates REC 3-10 Carryout candidate debriefing (Observation) First Assessment - Optional Units 1 & 2 (Professional Discussion)

Month 9

Face to Face

Month 10 (1)

Remote

Month 10 (2)

Face to Face

2nd Assessment Optional Units 1 & 2 (Observation)

2nd Assessment English - Speaking, Listening & Communication (Observation)

Remote

1st Assessment Optional Unit 3 (Professional Discussion)

Additional Support Final Planning

Face to Face

2nd Assessment Optional Unit 3 (Observation)

3rd Assessment English - Speaking, Listening & Communication (Observation)

Month 11

Month 12

Commence Training and "Practice / Apply" Optional Unit 3

Assessment Personal Listening & Thinking Skills

Any further assessment Complete closing Requirements paperwork

Note: Underpinning knowledge for NVQ units & Certificate in Recruitment Practice will also cover Guided Learning Hours for Technical Certificate

8 Face to Face Visits 6 Remote Visits

Please note - This timetable is a draft version for demonstration purposes only, revisions, updates and amendments will occur from time to time.

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Product Portfolio

Product Portfolio

12 Months Recruitment Apprenticeship L3 Fully Funded* (Junior Roles/Entry Level)

Modular Advanced Recruitment Training Programme Fully funded* (existing staff)

Recruitment Apprenticeship for Graduates L3—£2995 + VAT

Premium Apprentice Recruitment Service—£699 + VAT

Graduate and Rec2Rec Recruitment -10% of salary

Certificate in Recruitment (Technical Certificate ) £995 + VAT

Shaping careers in Recruitment Delivering to the Recruitment Industry since 2008 ! Specialist niche Training Provider for the Recruitment Industry ! Access to Government Funding ! Nationally Recognised Recruitment Specific Qualifications ! *Fully funded for 16—under 19 Funding highly subsidised for 19-24 year olds and 24+ (Full Funding worth over £7,000)

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