South Eastern Regional College (SERC) is urging businesses to sign-up to a new graduate recruitment programme that could help them develop future leaders and save money. SERC were recently awarded the tender to deliver the Entry to Management Graduate programme from the Department for the Economy (DfE) and are now looking for businesses to avail of it.
The 24-week programme is Northern Ireland’s longest established graduate management programme and offers employers an alternative to costly and time consuming recruitment campaigns.
An initial 50 graduates will undertake the intensive training programme which will have a have a strong focus on leadership, innovation, creative thinking, management and communication.
The programme is aimed at participants who have a minimum level 5 qualification and aspire to become future leaders. Participants on the course will complete a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) level 5 leadership and management qualification.
The Programme will be led by Jenny McConnell SERC Leadership and Management Consultant. Jenny explains: “With the intake date fast approaching we are urging businesses to contact us and discover the many benefits that the programme has to offer.
SERC has a strong track record in delivering innovative, challenging courses, and coupled with the funding from DfE, will ensure that businesses who sign-up to the programme will get real tangible outcomes. This programme is a must for organisations who want to add value and attract talent to their organisation at low cost.”
Belfast based FinTrU, a bespoke vendor service specialising in Financial Services, has already signed up to the programme. FinTrU’s Head of Human Resources Sinead Carville explains: “As a young, thriving business FinTrU is always looking to the future and new ways to improve our services and attract talent. Attracting the right people and developing them within our business is vital for us achieving our business goals. The graduate management programme will help us create a new generation of great leaders who can contribute to the future growth of the company.”
SERC is now recruiting businesses for the programme. To register your interest please visit www.serc.ac.uk/entrytomanagement. Employment for successful candidates will commence on 5 December 2016. For more information please contact Philip Martin via email at [email protected] or call Philip on 075 8566 9596.