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26 Mar

Inclusive recruitment training - session 2

26 Mar 2024 10:00
26 Mar 2024 11:30
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Widen your tech talent pool with inclusive recruitment. 

The industry is facing a considerable tech/cyber skills gap. Workplace inclusion is no longer a “nice to have” and is now critical to attract and secure the best talent. Embedding inclusive recruitment practices ensures you are tapping into a wider talent pool, fostering diversity of people, experiences, and innovation. 

Join ScotlandIS for free online training about inclusive recruitment practices specifically designed for small and medium sized enterprises. 


What will you learn? 

  • increase your understanding of what inclusive recruitment is within the Scottish tech ecosystem  
  • learn about current best practices throughout the recruitment process and know how to apply them within your organisation
  • develop skills to review your own recruitment processes and identify short-term and long-term actions   
  • where to find resource and guidance to continue your learning   


Who should attend? 

  • this training is designed specifically for small and medium-sized enterprises with a requirement for digital technology skills 
  • ideal for professionals in a management or leadership position, working in Human Resources or involved in the recruitment process


When is it? 

This training will be hosted online and split across two sessions to allow time for self-reflection.  Participants should attend both sessions: 

Session 1: Tuesday 19 March 10am – 11.30am  

Session 2: Tuesday 26 March 10am – 11.30am  

Please note that as part of the registration process, attendees will be asked to create a username and password to create an account for buying tickets (although they will not be charged as the ticket is free of course)  - the same it would for a retailer if you were ordering something online. This doesn't create a member login.


This workshop is brought to you by ScotlandIS, Equate Scotland and Skills Development Scotland.