Thanks to our partnership with the REC (Recruitment and Employment Confederation), our recruitment Apprenticeships are delivered to the highest industry standards.
- Recruitment resourcing intermediate Apprenticeship (level 2)
Modules cover subjects like researching candidates to support the recruitment process and learning how the marketing operates. An apprentice will complete an NVQ Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing, including Employment Rights and Responsibilities, a Certificate in Recruitment Resourcing and if needed Functional Skills in maths, English and ICT. They’ll also develop their Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS). This will give them all the skills and knowledge to be a successful recruitment resourcer for internal or commercial recruitment.
- Recruitment advanced Apprenticeship (level 3)
Modules cover subjects like attracting potential candidates and matching them to employers, learning how the market operates. Apprentices will complete an NVQ Diploma in Recruitment, including Employment Rights and Responsibilities, a Certificate in Recruitment Practice and if needed Functional Skills in maths, English and ICT. They’ll also develop their Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS). This will give them all the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful recruitment consultant.
How do they work?
An Apprenticeship is on the job training available to those aged 16 and over. As well as being trained in a specific role they will study towards nationally recognised qualifications accredited by REC.
Our team will work with you to guide and support your apprentice throughout the duration of the Apprenticeship (which lasts approximately 12 months), equipping them with the essential skills to offer a professional recruitment service.
Don’t worry there isn’t a lot of paperwork for the employer to complete and we can help you with recruiting a new apprentice. An apprentice doesn’t have to be someone new, one of your current staff could be an ideal candidate for an Apprenticeship.
How much does an Apprenticeship cost?
The government contributes to the costs of training apprentices because they want to create a skilled workforce in the UK. The amount an employer contributes towards an apprentices training depends on whether they are already an employee looking to start an Apprenticeship or if we search for and train a new employee.
Taking the cost and hassle out of recruitment
As part of our service, our dedicated application management team can search for, screen and prepare candidates for you to interview.
Our nationwide talent pool means we can present quality, local candidates to you quickly and efficiently. The unique service we provide is underpinned by a focus on quality over quantity.
Training and up-skilling your existing staff
Do you already have staff who could benefit from improved business skills? Our training can be provided to your existing staff.
Complementary courses and qualifications
Traineeships are a perfect way to trial a potential apprentice. They give 16-24 year olds the chance for real work experience, while we provide training on the essential skills they need to start their careers.
In addition to our recruitment courses, we offer a range of other qualifications to meet your wider business training needs such as business administration, customer service, team leading and management.