If you have a group of people requiring training at the same time, then onsite training may be the most cost-effective solution.
NOTE. We can either deliver this in person at your premises or online via Zoom.
Onsite recruitment training can be a creative, flexible alternative to attending open courses, and has the added benefits that the trainer will be coming to you, saving your staff time and money and, of course, the concentration on the day will be solely on your business. We have delivered onsite courses for our clients throughout the UK and much of EMEA including Germany, Dubai, Holland, Greece, Bulgaria, Belgium, Switzerland and Latvia. Indeed, to date, we have trained people from some 25 different countries worldwide.
If what you want is an onsite version of our open courses, then that’s what we will be very happy to provide, at a price that makes sense. However, if you want truly bespoke work, we will be equally delighted to rise to the challenge, and, indeed, we pride ourselves on delivering that to your absolute satisfaction. It may take more mutual time to help us to research and develop an understanding of your business, then writing and developing content prior to delivery at your premises, but we know that you will find the results highly beneficial.
Examples of some topics on which we have delivered training in the past year include:-
Take a look at our trainers’ backgrounds too – there isn’t much that we can’t find a solution for you for.
Whatever your onsite recruitment training objectives are, why not give us a call? Ask for Ken on 0800 0749289 /+44 (0)1529 410375 or email email@example.com.
“Firstly I would like to thank you for the training last week, the feedback from the team has been excellent. We went round the table and discussed the 6 points learnt – all very positive and can be put into practice immediately!”
“The feedback from RMI’s training has been consistently positive and the recruiters genuinely look forward to your visits.This enables us to carry over the valuable ideas, techniques, and suggestions discussed at the training into our own “Best Practices” and our day to day processes.”