Graduate Talent Maturity Model
The Graduate Talent Maturity Model was first published in 2018. It was designed specifically for the graduate recruitment and development (or early careers) profession to support identification and prioritisation of program improvement initiatives.
In addition to the Maturity Model, you may find these resources useful.
Whether you have internal learning resources, or you outsource, it is critical that you deliver an experience that is meaningful and acknowledges their individual needs.
Use this simple Excel template to build your own Program Gantt Chart. It is designed to help you see what activities you need to plan or execute each week (across the year) to deliver a successful program.
If you know you need an assessment tool to help you select the right candidates, then there are some things you should consider when choosing the best supplier.
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