Centre for Continuing Education

Recruitment

Recruitment

Recruitment. Optimise your recruiting process.

A good working team is vital to any organisation, and effective recruitment is the first step towards this goal. Recruitment courses at the Centre for Continuing Education will take you through the steps necessary to hire, train and keep the best possible people for your company.

The Centre for Continuing Education is backed by the resources of the University of Sydney, so you’ll learn from expert trainers who are highly experienced in their field. These courses are best suited to managers and personnel wanting to optimise their organisation’s HR recruiting practices.

We cover writing job descriptions, interviewing, selection, job offers and more. You’ll find everything you need to know about recruitment with courses from the Centre for Continuing Education. Learn Recruitment the smart way with Recruitment courses at CCE, The University of Sydney.

Recruitment and Retention from A-Z Course

Recruitment. Optimise your recruiting process. Learn Recruitment the smart way with Recruitment courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Essential for anyone looking to hire the right person and retain them in their business, this course will provide you with the practical skills and techniques to manage the recruitment process from start to finish. You’ll learn how to identify the key job requirements and write a good job description, how and where to source suitable candidates,... [More]
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Staff Recruitment, Selection and Induction Essentials Course

Recruitment. Optimise your recruiting process. Learn Recruitment the smart way with Recruitment courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Effective utilisation of human resources is paramount to an organisation’s success. Recruiting, selecting and inducting staffs are important initial stages in this process. How can you ensure you attract the right applicants and then select those most suitable? How can you then enable the successful candidate to quickly reach peak performance?... [More]
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