We’re re-vamping our current training courses to help recruiters get the most out of the sessions!
As well as our popular open house sessions, this year will also see the introduction of our new modular training sessions.
These workshop style sessions with allow more flexibility as subscribers will get the opportunity to ‘pick n mix’ which aspects of the training topics will be more beneficial to them.
The session will then be tailor made with your organisation in mind to allow for personalised support.
Alongside this, the session will also come with optional ‘supported build’ time – an opportunity to put the training into practice on a live example of your choice! In essence – learning as you build.
The benefits of modular and support build training are:
- You can ‘pick’ what you want and tailor the training to the needs of your organisation
- Allows you to build directly within TalentLink with the support of a WMJobs Resourcing Business Partner
- Put into practice was has been learned immediately, creating even more added value
This new approach is a great way to create your own tailor-made training day as we know one size doesn’t always fit all.
Some of the module categories you can expect to see:
Open house session dates:
|2 Day Open House Configuration Training||Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th September 2018||Walsall Council House|
|1 Day Open House Recruiter Training||Friday 28th September 2018||Walsall Council House|
|Half Day Open House Reports Training||Wednesday 17th October 2018||Walsall Council House|
Feedback on previous sessions:
“Excellent style of training” – Joanne, Walsall MBC
“Nicola was very professional and friendly and dealt with questions concisely- very good course” – Mandy, Walsall MBC
To book your place on one of the open house sessions, please click here and you will be taken to the booking form.
Alternatively, if you are interested in a modular training session, please contact email@example.com for an informer discussion.
That’s not all! We’re also introducing short lunch time training webinars, more information of which can be found here.