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Looking for the Next Generation of Recruitment Consultants

Looking for the Next Generation of Recruitment Consultants

The end of the academic year is fast approaching for many 16 – 19 year olds, leaving them with tricky choices about what to do next. Fusion People Training is hoping to pick out the next generation of Recruitment Consultants.

Apprenticeships offer a cost effective method for recruiting and thus expanding companies, addressing any skill gaps with organisations with fresh new talent.

Through a structured training programme, managed by internal trainer Kate Nolan, Apprentices gain work experience, qualifications and earn a wage.

Recruitment Consultants are required to draw on a range of personal skills, need a good telephone manner, excellent self presentation and a good understanding of marketing. We prepare all our Apprentices for everything the job might throw at them in their training programme”

“This is supported by our e-learning and Fusion Moodle online platforms which provide essential training materials and support for all our apprentices to support them at every step of their career.”

Yet many companies are not just looking to teach a new generation of consultants, they are hoping to learn from them too. Nigel Sweeney, Director of Fusion People Training says:

“Recruitment is a fast paced industry, and sometimes even the best consultants struggle to keep up with new technology.

“By taking on apprentices companies are also looking to learn from them. Young people today are experts in technology and social media and we are looking to them to bring in fresh ideas on how to apply this to recruitment.”


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