Virtual Workshops – 2017 Schedule

The content learned through this training has been used by over 350 major corporations to start or improve veteran recruiting programs.  This concentrated virtual workshop reviews all of the components of effective programs over 5 sessions – see descriptions and available training dates below.

This program has been approved for 6 (General) re-certification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR re-certification through the HR Certification Institute.

What you receive:

  • Virtual education – no additional travel expenses or time away from the office
  • Live session delivered via GoToWebinar – accessible by computer, tablet or phone
  • Individual attention in a small group setting (no more than 20 attendees per workshop)
  • A copy of all presentation materials and associated job aides
  • Access to recording of session if you have to miss a live session

Next Virtual Workshop Dates - $795/person

April 11, 13, 17, 18 and 20

SESSION #
TOPIC
CONTENT THAT IS COVERED
Session #1

April 11

3-4 pm ET

Alignment to Business Needs
Identify talent challenges that will be addressed by the veteran recruiting program (ROI measurements)
Session #2

April 13

3 – 4 pm ET

Military Culture & Unconscious Bias
Identify and address hiring manager unconscious bias hindering full consideration veterans and veterans with disabilities.
Session #3

April 17

3-4:30 pm ET

Translating the Military Resume & Interviewing Tips
  • Differences between officer and enlisted grades and salary expectations
  • Translate military occupations and experience and map to your hiring needs
  • Interviewing guidance
Session #4

April 18

2:30 – 3:30 pm ET

Marketing & Outreach Tactics that Attract Military Applicants
  • Themes and messages that resonate with veterans
  • Updates to make to your website to attract military
  • Social media tactics
  • Ideas for creating brand awareness in the military community
Session #5

April 20

3-4:30 pm ET

Where to Find Veterans (Sourcing Options)
An overview of military-specific applicant sourcing options, including: placement firms; military job boards & career fairs; military publications; professional associations; military transition centers; National Guard and Reserve units; college campuses; state employment agencies; and social networking sites