Sourcing Certifications provides in-depth, flexible training solutions to Recruiters, Sourcers, and Talent Acquisition teams from every industry, all over the globe.
We, its creators, also source professionals on a daily basis. Many of the techniques we teach are those that we discover ourselves - you won't find this material elsewhere!
Our Training Library offers a combination of informative webinars, covering various topics. We keep all the information current by scheduling updates on the topics where things change and announcing new webinars to cover topics of interest that evolve as technology evolves.
The webinars can be purchased individually or on a subscription basis at over 75% savings.
We offer quarterly Certification Exams. Our Certification is widely recognized in the industry.
Info Session on August 22nd @ 9 to 10:30 AM Pacific time
This class covers fundamental techniques and research concepts that will make your Sourcing soar to new heights! The Sourcing Theory presented takes full advantage of what today’s Internet has to offer.
If finding new clients and relevant vacancies is part of your day to day job, this class is for you! Learn how to apply candidate Sourcing techniques to finding potential clients as well.
Lecture on November 7th @ 9 to 10:30 AM Pacific time
In our new webinar, “Common-Sense Sourcing,” we cover easy to implement hands-on techniques that would allow you to productively source on Google, Social Networks, and professional sites, with multiple examples.
This advanced class covers the latest advanced search techniques on Google. Brainstorm solutions to your biggest Sourcing challenges in real time using the most advanced Google Sourcing at this interactive, hands-on Workshop.
Workshop on January 2nd, 2019 @ 9 to 10:30 AM Pacific time
Expand your Sourcing kit with a great collection of the latest hacks to find contact information, automate some repetitive tasks, uncover hidden information, and more! Become more comfortable with advanced methods and improve your overall Sourcing productivity.
Lecture on February 20th, 2019 @ 9 to 10:30AM Pacific time