Staff Recruitment Policy
Agenda Communication has one full-time trainer and makes arrangements with other trainers to subcontract them onto its training programs as required.
It is therefore appropriate that the company have a recruitment policy to govern the engagement of all professionals working under the aegis of Agenda Communication.
1.0 Trainers’ qualifications
Whether supporting accredited or non-accredited training programs, the following minimum qualifications (or equivalents) are required of any person providing training services on behalf of Agenda Communication:
Other qualifications may be required depending on the nature of the training to be delivered.
2.0 Trainers’ experience
For workplace-based LL&N programs, a minimum of a year’s experience in teaching in an industrial context is also required, as is experience in the field of adult education.
3.0 Recruitment process
3.1 Agenda Communication’s employment application and subcontractor / staff assessment processes require all staff to present the Director with:
3.2 Following receipt and the above documentation, the applicant will be invited for interview and expected to give satisfactory responses to the following:
3.3 On completion of the interview, the Director will decide whether there is any need to contact the applicant’s cited referees for further information.
3.4 The Director will then inform the applicant in writing of the outcome of the interview.
3.5 Where the interview is successful, if the applicant is to be employed, he/she will be invited to complete all statutory employment documentation.
3.6 Where the applicant is a subcontractor, the latter will be asked to complete and sign a subcontracting agreement for the training service in question.
3.7 At the completion of this process, all data will be entered on the Staff Qualifications and Experience Database.