MG2i Course Code: MG2I-C0658
Official Course Title: Recruitment and Selection in Business
This unit will give learners an insight into the recruitment, selection and induction processes that are used to employ new candidates in a company. They will learn how to employ the best candidate using recruitment activities in order to ensure they meet set criteria to find an ideal employee. They will look at different recruitment, selection, and induction techniques and decide which should be used in differing situations. They will look at these techniques objectively and be able to describe how they contribute to the successful employment of an ideal employee.
The learner will look at how a job vacancy becomes available, how to assess the key roles and responsibilities of the job role then compile the necessary documentation for the use of the company. They will understand where to source the best candidates depending on the role and be able to prepare the relevant advertisement for the vacancy. All of this must be done while taking into account current employment legislation.
After advertising the job role, the learner will learn about all stages of the selection process. They will decide on which method of selection to use in differing situations and be able to follow that selection process through till completion. The leaner must also be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of the selection methods and be able to identify them.
They will come to understand the process of decision making that is required to decide on the best candidate for the role. They will learn how to notify candidates of the outcome of the process.
The learner will look at the process that is followed when the successful candidate begins employment and how they are welcomed and inducted into the company. They will be able to prepare the required paperwork for this employee welcome and induction.
HR Executive, Talent Executive
Structure and Assessment
Course delivery is planned to be face-to-face lessons along with practical assignments where applicable.
Duration – 30 Hours
Note: Additional hours as directed by the Lecturer need to be dedicated by way of Self-Study / Research / Assignments / Projects / Presentations / Group-Work or similar.
The assessment will be based on a case study; students will use the case study to both answer questions and supply solutions to recruitment, selection and induction issues. The unit can be assessed following each section or completed at the end of the unit.
Any 4 SEC/0-Level/SSC&P (Level 3) Passes
Applicants who do not meet all the minimum eligibility criteria, and who have attained the age of 21 years, may submit an application under the maturity clause. A Curriculum Vitae and a Motivation Letter (the latter clearly indicating what motivates the applicant to apply for this particular course) are required.
These applicants must demonstrate that they stand to benefit and show that they are able to follow the programme through an interview held for the purpose. Additionally, applicants under the maturity clause may be evaluated through an assessment.
The Admissions Department may suggest pre-eligibility courses any applicant would be required to follow before being considered eligible for this course.
Course participants may be awarded either an MCAST Certificate of Attendance or an MCAST Certificate of Achievement.
MCAST Certificate of Attendance
MCAST Certificate of Achievement