Podcast: how to interview candidates while on lockdown

Recruitment editor Grainne Hallahan speaks with two leaders who are moving their recruitment process online

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Coronavirus: Could online interviews be the future for teacher recruitment?

With schools across the globe closing their doors, many routine processes have been thrown into disarray; not least, teacher recruitment.

Without the option of inviting candidates to school to be interviewed, schools are looking for digital alternatives. Having long relied on video calls to conduct interviews, the international school sector are well placed to offer advice.

To find out how they go about recruiting remotely recruitment editor Grainne Hallahan spoke to Liz Cloke, head of secondary at Tenby International School in Malaysia, to get her top tips and insights.

She also got some advice from Louise Smith, CEO at Warrington Primary Academy Trust, who is already in the early stages of rolling out these changes to ensure their recruitment can continue uninterrupted.


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