About the Course
The ERF is now taking bookings for the ERF Programme in Recruitment Practice for Limerick classes in October 2019.
The dates for the course are Tuesday 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd October, with assessment being held on 23rd October.
This is the only programme of its kind in Ireland. Designed specifically for recruitment professionals it is accredited through The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and City & Guilds.
Developed and delivered by the recruitment profession’s leading experts this course is designed to equip both experienced and potential recruitment professionals with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to succeed is this fast moving and ever evolving profession.
The workshops are trainer led over three full days, with a two and a half hour assessment on day 4. Certification is granted on a 70% pass rate.
What will be covered on the course?
The course comprises of 6 core modules:
Further information about module content and trainers can be found below.
For further information, and to book your place, contact Lorraine Mooney, in the ERF, on 01-8161712 or at email@example.com.
ERF Programme in Recruitment Practice – Limerick – Module Content & Speakers
DAY 1: 2nd October 2019
Recruitment Process, Candidate Management & Client Management – Grainne Martin
Recruitment Process and Candidate/Client management is a full-day workshop and is trained by Grainne Martin. There is nothing Grainne does not know in these areas and is one of the expert trainers in the recruitment industry. Grainne will also present on the ERF code of Conduct.
DAY 2: 9th October 2019
Employment Legislation – Eoin O Connor
A full day workshop on employment legislation. Trainer for this workshop is Barrister Eoin O Connor.
DAY 3: 16th October 2019
Sales & Selling – Patrick Meehan
This is a very comprehensive full day workshop and delivered by Patrick Meehan who is the owner of Invictus Management and also the author of this module.
DAY4: 23rd October 2019
Assessment (2.5 hours)
The assessment is two and a half hours from which the student must gain 70% or more to pass. The assessment is based on a maximum of 10 questions per Module other than code of conduct which will have no more than 3 questions. The Legislation module (which attributes to 40% of the marks) is based on a case study that will be presented on the day and additional questions will be asked on same.
About the ERF
The National Recruitment Federation is a voluntary organisation set up to support recruitment professionals throughout Ireland, and to establish and maintain standards and a code of practice for the recruitment profession in Ireland.