Interviewing Skills [a Cambridge Network Course]


Successful recruitment is about finding the right person for the job. This means finding the person who has that unique mixture of first-class abilities and is a good cultural fit.

Dates Wednesday, November 4, 2020 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 09:30 to 17:00
Venue Eagle Labs, 7-8 Clifton Court, Cambridge CB1 7BN
Contact Name Sara Baxter
Email sara.baxter@cambridgenetwork.co.uk
Contact Phone 01223 760102
Website Event website

Event details:

Although simple enough it is often challenging to select the right candidate, especially in a competitive market.

This workshop is designed to equip anyone involved in the interviewing and selection process with a range of skills and techniques they can use to conduct recruitment interviews which are effective, within the law and fits with your company culture.

This programme will enable delegates to:

  • Use effectively behavioural, competency-based interviewing - where the most reliable
  • Indicator of future performance is evidence of past behaviour
  • Identify the essential criteria and experience you require with the job and person specification and to evaluate if the candidate meets this
  • Establish what to look for in a CV - highlighting areas that need clarification at the interview
  • Prepare for and structure the interview and manage the time available
  • Identify what questions to ask to understand the candidate’s experience and get them talking
  • Sell your organisation’s benefits and on-board the right person quickly
  • Work within the legal framework – things you can / can’t ask and the legal pitfalls to avoid
  • Managing bias
  • Manage ‘tricky’ questions that the candidate might ask
  • Give your feedback after the interview, including your recommendation on hiring

Who should attend?

  • All people who are involved at any stage of the interviewing and selection process
  • Those managers who are out of practice and require a refresher to their interviewing skills
  • Younger managers and employees who are likely to be involved at a future stage as an observer or additional assessor

Course Structure and Methodology

A set of slides are provided to delegates as a ‘take away’ some of which are for further background reading as the actual course delivery is provided through:

  1. Facilitated discussion and Q&A
  2. Slide content and walk through of best practice and tips
  3. Group and facilitator feedback on specific leadership qualities
  4. Coaching

 

Duration: 1 Day Credits: 2.1

Cambridge Network Learning Collaboration Course

CPD Points: 6.5 Member Cost: £315+VAT
Max. Delegates: 12 Non-member Cost: £473+VAT

 

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