Events

Training workshops on how to become an employer of choice for young people

Events & Training

This year we will be hosting a series of training workshops both face-to-face and through online video courses so you can watch from the comfort of your office.

Taking control of your attraction and recruitment

Wednesday, 28 February 9am to 1pm at The Docks, Leicester

BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE TODAY

Are you reliant on recruitment agencies?
Do you feel the market tightening?
Are you struggling to attract the right candidates?

In the latest Quarterly Economic Survey by the Chambers, 60% of businesses said they attempted to recruit and 58% of these reported difficulties in recruiting. Access Generation CIC found that two out of three Leicestershire companies had a very poor or non existent job or careers section on their website.

Currently the employment market is tightening, competition for experienced people is greater and costs associated with the use of agencies remains high. So, what can you do to take control of your attraction and recruitment?

Join Access Generation for a free half-day workshop to learn from the experience and insights gained from their research over 200 Leicestershire companies. Find out the do’s and don’ts for the candidate journey, support content and employer brand to help you attract and recruit the right candidates.

This training workshop will included guided activities and conversations.

Workshop outcomes

Understand the key messages you need to attract the right candidates and learn how to reduce the cost of recruitment by creating your own pool of people.

Who should attend

This training workshop is suitable for hiring managers, HR, marketing and operational leads. Book now

About the trainer

Chris Tarry has experience in managerial and seniors roles and has built successful teams across sales, marketing and customer services. As a training and coaching expert, Chris has a passion for youth employment and employee engagement. He brings practical experience of competency based recruitment and has previously designed and built an award-winning apprenticeship and a graduate scheme.

Chris founded the community interest company, Access Generation CIC, which aims to encourage businesses to employ inexperienced young people.