These recruitment and retention resources guide you through the recruitment process. They start by asking the question, what do you want to achieve rather than with what you are going to do. Only when you have answered this question do they move onto thinking about what type of people you would like to recruit and how you’re going to recruit them.
The recruitment toolbox allows you to planning for success and covers all the important things they need to be considered. It is a four page word document that guides you through the recruitment process, asking questions and
suggesting help. Completely editable so that you can design your own recruitment plan.
Who to recruit – the pros and cons
What gets people into the tower the first time?
What has worked – stories from teachers and their ringers
The follow-up – keep it personal, make it quick
First impressions are everything – welcoming people to your tower and band
Intensive training – why, what and how
Keeping your new ringers interested – through foundation skills and early change ringing
A very popular practice – when your tower starts to get too crowded
the blue links to navigate around the resource – you’ll find lots of
advice, ideas and people’s stories.
There are a lot of pages, so if you can't find something use the search facility.
These articles were originally published in the Ringing World.
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Every year the ART Awards recognise people and groups who are leading best practice and innovation in the teaching and development of ringing. They are open to everyone, not just ART Members or those using the ‘Learning the Ropes’ scheme.
Why not have a look at some of the previous award winners and consider applying for yourself, your band or a teacher who is doing great things?