Our legal experts have created a range of courses to support both consultants and legal and compliance specialists within recruitment firms.
This practical and interactive course is designed to bring contracts to life for all delegates. It provides you with a thorough understanding of the key commercial and legal risks when negotiating contracts with your clients and umbrella companies. The course explores the life cycle of your journey with a client, taking delegates through all the required compliance steps from the moment your client briefs you on a role to terminating an agreement. Download the course overview or check availability below.
This comprehensive workshop provides individuals with detailed information on how the recruitment sector is regulated to enable recruitment firms to establish best practice recruitment, selection, and compliance when onboarding candidates. It also provides you with practical guidance on how you can best support and train internal stakeholders within your organisation such as sales and finance, on the challenges the recruitment industry face by the ever-changing legislative landscape. Download the course overview or check availability below.
In a first for the professional recruitment market, APSCo, in partnership with Recruitment Juice, has launched a brand-new online compliance training course allowing recruiters to gain the APSCo Compliance+ Recruiter accreditation. Find out more here.
This course provides the designated safeguarding officer in recruitment services (or those supporting the DSO) with the additional understanding and skills needed to respond to safeguarding concerns and safer recruitment concerns raised by consultants, clients and candidates; as well as an overview of handling allegations made against staff and candidates. Download the course overview or check availability below.
This course provides directors, senior staff, and designated safeguarding officers in recruitment services with the requisite understanding and skills needed to respond to allegations made against staff (including candidates on placement) and how to be an effective part of any investigation or multi agency strategy. The course examines the role of recruitment services when concerns are raised and explores the procedure for investigation. It also provides guidance on working with the LADO and other services, when information should be shared, some of the common pitfalls, and the statutory obligations following the conclusion of an investigation. Download the course overview or check availability below.