Learn what every recruiter in IT should know.
Would you like to know all the terms and buzzwords that developers talk about?
Do you find it hard to source, interview and hire IT positions?
Would you like to understand technologies better so that you can talk to developers with confidence?
Do you feel overwhelmed by all the technical terminology?
Would you like to learn the terms developers and hiring managers use every day?
We are here to help you become a confident IT recruiter.
Online group training for IT recruiters
Here's what we are doing together:
- The class is 16 weeks long.
- All lessons are streamed live, and the recordings will be available inside your members' area, so you don't have to worry about missing anything.
- We go Live on Tuesdays Central European Time (CET) at 10 AM (GMT+2) which is afternoon if you are in Asia.
- You get access to eight video courses from the GR10x series.
Click to expand module's description:
Introduction To IT Recruitment
Software Development Lifecycle & Methodologies
You will learn what a recruiter needs to know about the SW development phases, what’s the difference between Waterfall and Agile, what are the agile values and principles, what are the most popular Agile methodologies, differences between Kanban and Scrum, roles such as Scrum Master and Product Owner, … and so much more.
Organizational Design & Digital Teams
We cover the most frequent roles a recruiter may hear about: Backend developer, Fullstack developer, Database admin, Project manager, Product manager, CTO, CIO, VP Engineering, some of the entry roles, and more.
Software Developers, Programming Languages & Frameworks
We look at the technology map and explain what types of software developers are out there, what programming languages and frameworks do they use.
Tech Stacks, Servers, Cloud, Storage
As a well-rounded recruiter you need to know the most popular tech stacks (LAMP, MEAN), understand what is Git, GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, repositories and cloud storages in general.
Data, Databases, Business Intelligence
We explain what a recruiter should know about relational and non-relational databases, database servers, data warehouse, SQL and PL/SQL, database administration, and more.
Testing, QA, DevOps
Most of the recruiters we talk to struggle with DevOps, continuous integration, automated testing, and workflows. We explain these terms in a human language so you understand how do modern teams work.
Software Design, Web Design, CMS
Understand the differences: UX vs. UI, a product prototype vs. MVP, CMS vs. CRM, and more. Learn how websites are built using Wordpress and what kind of web designers are out there.
Marat Yakupov, CEO @ Zero To One Search (IT recruitment agency, Germany)
I really enjoy your short tips and like the idea of bringing in developers to the table.
Just signed up! There is always plenty to learn in this challenging and dynamic market!
I was really surprised how professional the course from Geekruiter is - IT people finally speak a normal language that everyone can understand!
It is very much visible how much work they have invested in order to help recruiters understand technical fundamentals; so essential for our work!
I got to learn a lot of new things, made things clear that I thought I knew, but Michal together with his team helped me to understand it in a wider concept.
I do recommend you to join Geekruiter - learning is fun with them and they are ready to explain you every single detail that you were afraid to ask before.
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We can also accept bank transfer but it's a little more cumbersome and time consuming.