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Inclusive Hiring Programme

The Clear Company Accredited course enables you to create a consistent hiring process across your organisation to help attract and retain top talent.
Next open course date:
16th May 2024

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The Clear Company's Inclusive Hiring programme helps your organisation establish a consistent hiring standard and implement an inclusive hiring process. The programme consists of six, 30-minute E-Learning modules which are undertaken remotely, followed by a six-hour workshop.

Here's what some of our confident, accredited attendees said was the most important thing they learnt from the workshop:
"Understanding what unintentional biases to look out for when interviewing"
"Widening my knowledge; I now feel confident to share my knowledge to the wider business"
"How easy it is to have bias in places where I never previously knew that I might. Very good to take away and put into practice in my role"
"The importance of structuring interviews the same for each interviewee"

The main learning objectives of the programme include: 

  • Gaining a clear awareness of what hiring biases are and how to reduce and challenge them
  • Creating inclusive job descriptions
  • Finding diverse talent
  • How to conduct best practice inclusive interviews
  • Inclusive interview questioning and note taking
  • How to make inclusive hiring decisions 
  • Becoming a disability confident recruiter

This programme has traditionally been delivered to large cohorts at organisations we are supporting with long term projects. However, our Open Course format welcomes staff from multiple organisations, allowing as many people as required from your organisation to participate.  

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact 

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