This event has completely sold out. Register here: https://sourcingcertification.com/webscraping/ for the repeat sessions on August 6th and 7th.
Web scraping is extracting and saving data from websites. How can Recruiters benefit from it? A lot.
As an example, imagine getting a contact list of a conference attendees parsed into an MS Excel file, making it easy to narrow down to the right professionals. Alternatively, if you are recruiting Software Engineers, imagine that you can get an Excel file with all Github members who code in a given language and live in a given city. Scraping gives Sourcing a huge productivity boost. Of course, scraping needs to be used responsibly and with an awareness of laws and user agreements.
In this class, we will explain the what, why, and how of web scraping for recruiters. You don't need to be very technical to adopt the tools and techniques presented in this class, but there will be some learning curve.
Just bring your curiosity and enthusiasm, and we'll be happy to help you become an expert.
Class Outcomes: You will increase your Sourcing productivity through the ability to instantly collect information from sites with useful professional data, that would have taken days without using scraping techniques.
Who will benefit: Recruiters, Sourcers, and Talent Acquisition Specialists, who are looking to accelerate their Sourcing and collect professional data more effectively.
Included: For live and recorded classes alike, all who register will receive the complete recording and presentation slides.
30 Days Support: This class includes our 30-day online support guarantee. Get answers to your questions, additional examples, and suggestions for implementing what you learn!
Optional Workshop Session: For the live version of the class, you'll get extended Q&A and real-time demonstrations of how to apply what you've learned to your daily work. In recorded form, the workshop session provides additional examples and practice exercises to work through on your own time.
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