P1- describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organisation. P2- describe the main employability, personal and communication skills required when applying for a specific job role. P3-describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organisation. M1-explain how the management of human, physical and technological resources can improve performance of a selected organisation.
M2- assess the importance of employability and personal skills in the recruitment and retention of staff in a selected organisation D1- Evaluate how managing resources and controlling budget cost can improve the performance of a business. I have been asked to talk about the different types of recruitment documents you receive when you start a new job. Employees are often regarded as the most important part of a business because without them the firm would be unable to produce its goods or offer its service, it would cease to exist.
Employees are human resources and need to be treated and managed in a certain way. With the work place ever changing, both employers and employees need to adapt quickly to keep up. This starts at the recruitment stage, with employers choosing staff with the desired skills. They can then give you staff training to enhance their skills, helping both the business and employee to improve. P1- describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organisation.
There are varies types of different recruitment documents you are given when ou first apply for a job and are starting to apply for the job. Such as an application form, personal speciation and job description. I am going to be describing all of these recruitment documentations. The first thing you will receive when applying for a job is an application form. An application form is a form for employment, it’s a form for individuals seeking employment, and it must be filled out as part of the process of informing an employer of the applicant availability and desire to be employed.
Depending on the organisation and job you are applying for the application form could be web based or paper based. An Application form contains personal information that the organisation/business need know about the individual applying the job e. g. name, gender, age etc. Application forms are used the employers are able to control the information they receive of the applicants for the job, it also help the employers are able to filter the application forms down to the people who have the required skills for the job.
Depending on the job you are applying for certain questions can be designed to be answered in a certain way and if you don’t answer the question correctly you could be filtered in to the rejection pile. If you are successful enough to get the job you will be given a personal specification which is a form that contains the skills that the candidate must have in order to complete the tasks of a position offered by a company. A person specification can outline the educational requirements, training experience as well as more personal qualifications that a candidate must possess in order to get the job.
A job description could be then given to you. A job description is form which you receive when you have got the job, and it contains a description of the employee’s roles, what is required of them to do within the job and how they are meant to do it and their personal contribution. The first stages of looking for job it looking at jobs that you are interested in on the internet on job search websites, when you find job you are interested in, the first thing you will do is apply. By using an application form.
An application form is a form which can be completed on paper or online depending on the types of job and the company that you are looking at employing you. Usually they are completed on paper so the company refer to them during the process of getting the job. Application forms are used by companies to help them in the recruitment and selection process whether you have searched an online agency such as total jobs, responded to an advertisement in the local paper or approached an employer independently it is likely that they will ask you to complete an application form, if you wish to be considered for the vacancy.
If you are successful enough to get the job then you will be given a job description and personal speciation. P2- describe the main employability, personal and communication skills required when applying for a specific job role. I am going to be describing the main employability, personal and communication skills required when applying for a job as a Physical education teacher. There are many employability skills that are required when applying for a job a physical education teacher such as, you have to have been on a relevant CPD training course, have an Honours degree in physical education.
Also you will need to have a Dfe recognised qualified teacher status. There are many personal skills that are required when becoming a teacher especially becoming a Physical education teacher. These are: Excellent communication skills: aural, oral and written. Efficient and effective organisation. An understanding of current educational issues. The ability and willingness to teach PE to any age’s group including GCSE PE, BTEC Sport at level 2 and 3. The ability to teacher in other subject areas A working knowledge of ICT in their PE teaching. A commitment to extracurricular activities.
Develop gifted and talented students. Communication skills are very important in the job role of a PE teacher, as the teacher need to explain activities to the students A Physical education teacher cannot be afraid to speak in front of the students. Directing physical activity is an essential part of physical education. Communicating the rules of the physical activity chosen that school day. Communications skills in a classroom setting is important since many P. E. teachers instruct students in health and wellness classes such as nutrition and biology.
P3-describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organisation. A business needs space and facilities to work from. This will varies from business to business, with some business needing just a small office room and others needing large buildings. Building are no longer a place of production they are part of the company’s images representing the company’s ethos and culture. All business use materials in their day to day running though the amount and type vary. For example a painter and decorator needs paint, brushes and transport.
The material used in a business can range from large sheets of metal used for packaging. Equipment is vital if an organisation is to operate effectively. For example if a ICT company didn’t have computers in their offices they wouldn’t be able to run the business. Computers have become increasingly important as companies move much of their day to day like running onto ICT systems. Computers now from the core of offices around the work as we use them to complete nearly all our daily tasks. The use of ICT has enables businesses to increase their customer’s base and improve efficiency.
In order to keep the business running smoothly, businesses need to maintain and refurbish their equipment. Companies should run regular fire drills to make sure everyone is aware of what the procedure is in the event of a fire. This became the law as part of the Health and safety act 1974 which states that organisations must have provisions in place in case of an emergency. Technological resources are not just computers, they include intellectual property, accumulated experience and skills, software licence and patents and copyright, these are often indivisible and hard to place a value on.