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Skills CFA invite the IOR to develop and launch Advanced & Higher Recruitment Apprenticeships.

Skills CFA invite the IOR to develop and launch Advanced & Higher Recruitment Apprenticeships.

The Institute of Recruiters - IOR - has been invited by business apprenticeship issuer Skills CFA to develop the UK’s first advanced and higher level apprenticeships in recruitment.  The project will establish and deliver to learners the core skills required to be a successful recruiter.  The IOR is proud to be taking part in developing quality apprenticeships for future recruiters, further improving the skills and standards in the Recruitment Industry. 

Skills CFA develop business standards and apprenticeships representing 10m employees in the UK as well as overseeing the development of the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for recruitment and HR.

Skills CFA Chief Executive, Jenny Hewell, said: “We are thrilled that we can start work on developing the first advanced and higher apprenticeships in recruitment. These accessible higher-level development programmes will enable aspiring recruitment professionals to enter the thriving recruitment sector, develop skills, professionalism and career aspirations.   We look forward to working with the Institute of Recruiters – IOR, and other stakeholders who were invited to develop these robust, industry led apprenticeships. We will develop the apprenticeships in collaboration with the recruitment industry and a broad range of stakeholders who have expressed their support for their development. They will all be actively engaged in the development process so that the apprenticeships meet the needs of employers.”

Azmat Mohammed, IOR Director-General, adds: “We are delighted to play a valuable role alongside all stakeholders in developing this recruitment apprenticeship.  This is a team effort, all parts of our industry are encouraged to engage with the IOR and contribute their thoughts on what this apprenticeship should look like. I consider this a huge opportunity for the recruitment industry to lay down a marker in making recruitment a career of choice.  It also shows that when it is appropriate the entire industry can come together and help make improvements, something I would like to see more of.”

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