Meet the educators
You will be guided through the course by a team of experts, including:
|Catalina Schveninger is the Chief People Officer of FutureLearn. Previously, she worked for six years at Vodafone where she was the Global Head of Learning and Recruitment/ Employer Brand. Catalina began her career as a recruiter with Antal International and Michael Page.|
A mother of 2, Catalina is a passionate advocate for the attraction and development of women in organisations and describes herself as a people and HR tech geek. Catalina holds a BA in Journalism and Communications from the University of Bucharest, a Diploma in Management from The Open University, and is a Chartered Fellow CIPD. You can follow Catalina on LinkedIn or on Twitter @CSchveninger.
|Neil is the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s chief executive. He began his career in recruitment, working for a small search firm specialising in financial services. He went on to do a post-graduate degree in HR at the LSE and joined the CBI in 2004. Neil was a managing director at the CBI, leading its work on the labour market, skills, energy and infrastructure. He was also integral to delivering a range of change programmes and improving member services.|
Neil is a member of the council of the conciliation service ACAS and of the Low Pay Commission, which makes recommendations about the level of the National Minimum Wage. He is also the chair of a small academy trust. You can follow Neil on LinkedIn
Through the next weeks of the course, you won’t be learning on your own. You’ll be studying alongside many learners with similar experience.
Use the Comments sections and Discussion steps throughout the course to ask your fellow learners questions and share problems you are stuck on. Share your stories and provide insights and advice for your peers. Developing a collaborative learning environment will lead to a successful and enjoyable course, and will help spread good practice across the recruitment community.
Over to you
- Why did you enrol on this course?
Share your motivations with other learners and describe what you can offer to the community in terms of your own knowledge and expertise.
Continue to use the Comments as a way to engage with each other and with the instructors through the course.