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Introduction to Recruitment and Selection

Course Overview Accessing the module

This course provides an introduction to Recruitment and Selection essential at Warwick and is designed to assist staff in carrying out their role within recruitment by understanding the relevant legislation.

Who is it for?

This course is essential for all staff who may be involved with Recruitment and Selection at the University

Session Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand why an effective recruitment process is so important and the impact of a poor recruitment process
  • Know various laws which affect recruitment and which you must be aware of and work within when recruiting staff
  • Understand your role in the recruitment process and your obligations as a panel member when shortlisting or interviewing

We recommend that you revisit this course every three years to refresh your knowledge and are aware of the latest changes to legislation and good practice.

Accessing the module

This online course has been developed for colleagues at Warwick.

It is available for self-enrolment on Moodle by selecting 'Recruitment and Selection'.

The course should take approximately 45-60 minutes to complete, but you can exit the course at any point and resume at your convenience.

Please note: the course includes a quiz at the end, which must be completed with a mark of 80% for successful completion.

Before accessing this course please ensure you have completed both of the following Moodle courses:

  1. Working Effectively with the Equality Act

  2. Unconscious Bias [Advanced]

Please note: the former external online course ‘Marshalls’ is no longer available.