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It seems Certification courses in India are on a rise with several consultant's initiating short duration certfication courses. Initially it was 'Certified Recruitment Analyst' that had hit the industry and recently I came across 'Confluence Certified Recruiter' (CCR) certification which is form a Pune based consulting firm.
Can someone throw light on the benefits/disadvantages of 'Confluence Certified Recruiter' (CCR) certification considering that this certification does not also cost a huge amount and is a 15 days course. However, is this a recognised course in industry and does it have any weightage ?
Also, is there anyone who has undergone this course or would be able to guide whether to go for this certification or not.
Thanks in advance and awaiting for your esteemed responses.

Dear Professionals,
This is a very significant issue considering the fact that several professionals are curious to know more about these kind of recruitment certifications.
It shall be great if seniors and other professionals in this large forum share their views, ideas and thoughts on these certifications like the recently introduced CCR (Confluence Certified Recruiter).
Can someone throw some light on this ??

Dear Jigar,
This is a valid point that you have raised at the advent of such courses being offered across the globe.
I am a HR Manager with 11 years of expertise in this field. I have been through the details of this course and really find it relevant. This course will really help the industry at large to create better recruitment professionals as these certifications make them specialised in recruitments.
Otherwise, whenever we conduct interviews for similar positions, the candidates are only aware of the theories in recruitments.
Companies abroad do consider candidates with similar certifications, so why not in India?
Hope this piece of information helps you to take a decision.

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