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Being a member of the REC means being among the best. The REC represents more than 3,000 recruitment businesses and more than 9,000 individual recruiters through its Institute of Recruitment Professionals. Only REC membership offers the tools needed to build a compliant and productive recruitment business.
The IRP is committed to ensuring recruitment is seen as a career of choice and offers a clear pathway for professional development and growth. We offer a range of qualifications that cater for whatever stage your career is at.
REC Recruitment training is one of the most respected and widely recognised training providers in the recruitment industry. Our mission is to understand your business and provide the right support. We offer a range of training options that cover all aspects of the industry.
This programme will enable you to differentiate between employees, workers and the genuinely self employed.…
This three-day course provides you with an insight into what you need to set up a commercially viable recruitment…
This programme shows you how to properly target customers that can provide volume, high margins and high revenue.…
Our packed event schedule is designed to provide you with the latest industry developments and thinking. The majority of our events are free and exclusive to REC members.
In 2017 the Scale up in the rounds will cover different content than the successful 2016 series. The new series is called "Upping your Game" because while the market is…
Join us for the launch of the newly refreshed Interim Management Association. We'll be exploring sector trends, policy developments, welcoming a guest speaker and scoping out plans for the rest…
Tune in at lunchtime on 29 March for an update on the tax and regulatory changes coming into effect on 1 April 2017. We will be covering IR35 reform in…
Our publications include monthly tracking surveys of recruitment activity, and employers’ future hiring intentions, along with annual reports on the value of the UK recruitment industry and individual reports on important topics related to recruitment and employment.