Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum 2013 – Webinars

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All the individual on-demand webinars from this event, with presentations and accompanying audio recorded at the event.

The forum offered HR and recruitment professionals, responsible for hiring and developing graduates, strategic and practical elements for implementing a successful and innovative graduate programme. In addition to offering the tools and knowledge needed to attract the best graduate talent and keep them engaged throughout the programme.

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Description

Type: Presentation recorded at conference
Format: Clickable slide presentations plus streamed audio file only
Duration: 12 sessions – varying lengths

Where to find the presentations

Once you have paid, login and then return to this page.  A tab will appear above with links to the presentations.


Overview

The 6th annual Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference was an opportunity to share best practice strategies with industry leaders across the sectors.

The forum offered HR and recruitment professionals, responsible for hiring and developing graduates, strategic and practical elements for implementing a successful and innovative graduate programme. In addition to offering the tools and knowledge needed to attract the best graduate talent and keep them engaged throughout the programme.

These webinars will teach you how to:

  • Understand the current graduate market and look to the future
  • Examine graduate and early careers programme strategy and explore the internship route to recruitment
  • Continue to evolve the development offer and keep ahead of the curve
  • Discuss apprenticeship programmes and debate whether apprentices a viable alternative to graduate recruitment
  • Employ the best talent in a global marketplace
  • Understand the latest trends in recruitment technology
  • Keep candidates engaged during the recruitment process to starting the job and throughout training

Who would find this interesting?

  • HR directors and managers
  • Graduate recruitment & development managers
  • Graduate programme managers
  • Leadership & talent managers
  • Employer brand managers
  • Heads of recruitment & resourcing
  • Heads of training and development

Programme

Session 01: GradWeb’s Graduate Recruitment Insights Report: the definitive, multi-sector guide to graduate applications and recruitment trends in post-recession Britain

  • A new analysis of data generated from more than 100,000 candidate job applications every year
  • Highlights and headlines of candidate sources, volumes and hiring statistics
  • Function and sector trends analysed
  • Data spans three years as candidate behaviours have changed through the recession
  • Headline report available for free

Ben Jackson, Commercial Director, and Cassie Sissons, Senior Account Director, GradWeb Ltd

 

Session 02: Government ICT Capability Strategy – Technology in Business Fast Stream (TiB)

  • How TiB has developed to become one of the top graduate schemes in terms of status within Government
  • Driving increased recruitment and development of graduates within the technology sphere
  • How the scheme will develop to attract and retain top ICT talent
  • Driving change through collaborative working across Government
  • Developing talent: encourage secondments, mentoring and coaching for TiB graduates outside the public sectorJan Ford, Head of ICT Strategy, Planning and Operations, Ministry of Justice

 

Session 03: Questions and discussion with the speakers

 

Session 04: Knowledge share networking session

 

Session 05: Keeping candidates engaged during recruitment process to starting the job

  • Managing expectations and maintaining engagement
  • Understanding what is important to graduates

Julie Broad, Company Graduate Development Manager and Gaynor Nutty, Early Career Recruitment Manager, Rolls-Royce plc

 

Session 06 – Panel Discussion – Apprenticeships vs. graduate recruitment

 

Session 07: Do you know the true potential of your graduate intake?

How do you attract, recruit, engage and develop the best talent for your future business success?
Benefit from SHL’s experience of working with 65% of The Times Top Graduate Recruiters and hear how using the right tools and HR analytics can bring you the calibre of applicants that your organisation is looking for.
Join this session to hear more on:

  • Understanding where to focus your recruitment efforts to get the best talent
  • Demonstrating the return on investment of your graduate attraction budget
  • Benchmarking your graduate applicants against the competition
  • Identifying which graduates in your intake you are most likely to retain, develop or lose

Dunstan Arthur, Managing Consultant, SHL Group Ltd

 

Session 08: Questions and discussion with the speakers

 

Session 09 : Working with Universities to Attract Graduates

  • Working in partnership with universities to attract the right talent
  • Examining the benefits of mentoring, work experience and interns
  • Building your brand on campus

Dave Stanbury, Director of Employability, The University of Essex

 

Session 10: Employing the best talent in a global marketplace

  • Developing an holistic approach to talent
  • Finding best talent with limited resources
  • International graduate recruitment, launching a regional programme
  • Top tips for recruiting in an international marketplace
  • Key competences of a successful global graduate

Hannah Harrison, Client Service Manager, GTI Recruiting Solutions

 

Session 11: Questions and discussion with the speakers

 

Session 12: Chairs ending remarks


 

Please click the following links to be taken through to the relevant sessions. Find the "Links to presentations" tab and click to play.

Session 01 - GradWeb’s Graduate Recruitment Insights Report


Session 02 - Government ICT Capability Strategy


Session 03 - Graduate Recruitment 2013 – Session 1 Q&A


Session 04 - Advances in screening throughout the selection process - Facilitated discussion


Session 05 - Keeping candidates engaged during recruitment process to start of job - Facilitated discussion


Session 06 - Apprenticeships v. graduate recruitment - Panel discussion


Session 07 - Do you know the true potential of your graduate intake?


Session 08 - Graduate Recruitment 2013 – Session 3 Q&A


Session 09 - Working with universities to attract graduates


Session 10 - Employing the best talent in a global marketplace


Session 11 - Graduate Recruitment 2013 – Session 4 Q&A


Session 12 - Graduate Recruitment 2013 - Summary by Chair


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