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Recruitment Resourcer
Level 2 Apprenticeship

Who is the apprenticeship for?

This apprenticeship is ideal for organisations who have or require an in-house recruitment function, and are looking to upskill an existing employee or bring in new talent. The role of the Recruitment Resourcer is to identify, attract and shortlist candidates for the recruitment process to fulfil the requirements of the business brief and provide resourcing support to the recruitment function.

A career in recruitment can appeal to individuals who possess an entrepreneurial outlook, providing opportunities for high earning potential and professional development.

Level 2 Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing (Competency) & Level 2 Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing (Knowledge)

12 months

City & Guilds

What will they learn?

This apprenticeship has been designed to give your employee the required training to become an effective Recruitment Resourcer. In addition to identifying and attracting candidates, they will become a well-rounded recruitment team member identifying new business opportunities, liaising effectively with candidates and the wider business, whilst ensuring all processes, procedures, codes of ethics and legislation are adhered to.

How will they learn?

Our Personal Tutors will deliver high-quality face-to-face learning and coaching and provide all the resources your employee will need to progress quickly. Our intuitive learner management system ‘Bud’ will really bring the subject to life through interactive learning tools, access to complementary online resources and relevant social communities, as well as provide real-time learner information so that you will always know what your employee is learning and how they are progressing.

This apprenticeship will develop your employees’ knowledge, skills and behaviours in the following areas:

Knowledge

  • Attraction & selection process
  • Legal, regulatory & ethical requirements
  • Codes of practice
  • Recruitment sales techniques
  • Market rates & conditions
  • Principles of research
  • Recruitment industry
  • Recruitment models
  • Employee rights

Skills

  • Creating compelling job adverts
  • Effective processing of applications
  • Shortlisting suitable candidates
  • Assisting with selection process
  • Candidate support
  • Develop recruitment resourcing plan
  • Compliance and background checks
  • Professional & constructive feedback delivery
  • Initiate, build & maintain candidate relationships

Behaviours

  • Effective communication
  • Self-motivated & organised
  • Tenacity & resilience
  • Ambition, drive & determination
  • Attention to detail

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Your pathway to success

Becoming a supervisor or manager in a customer service capacity is a skill for life and can open doors to a long and rewarding career.

Due to the varied nature of the customer service industry, there are many job roles that apply to the advanced apprenticeship level. Dedicated customer service job roles include Customer Relationship Manager, Customer Support Officer, Customer Service Team Leader, Customer Service Supervisor and Customer Service Co-ordinator.

At Paragon Skills we are committed to inspiring you to succeed and are here to support you throughout every stage of your apprenticeship.

We are looking for learners as committed and as passionate as we are. If this sounds like you, then contact us today and start your career on the apprenticeship route with Paragon Skills.

FAQs

How do we employ an apprentice?

We can help you find the right apprentice for your business. If you are looking to employ an apprentice you can learn more about the process on our Employing an apprentice page, or you can call us to discuss your requirements on 0800 783 2545.

How much does apprenticeship training cost?

The cost of an apprenticeship varies and is dependent on the level and Standard or Framework. To find out which Standards or Frameworks best meet your business needs, and the cost of these, speak to your training provider.

How long does an apprenticeship last?

In the sectors we work in, an apprenticeship takes 12 to 48 months, however this can vary depending on the hours worked, the industry sector and level of qualification.

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  • Level 2 apprenticeship

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    The role of the Recruitment Resourcer is to identify, attract and shortlist candidates for the recruitment process to fulfil the requirements of the business brief and provide resourcing support to the recruitment function.

    Level 2 Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing (Competency) & Level 2 Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing (Knowledge)
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  • Level 3 apprenticeship

    This apprenticeship is ideal for any of your employees that provide the learning and development function.

    Helping to ensure that staff at all levels of your business have the training needed to support their roles and continuing development.

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