Assessment Centre Training
Increasingly employers are using assessment centres to short-list candidates, as it is seen an effective means of assessing if candidates have the skills and competencies needed for the role. It is growing in popularity because it is seen as fairer and more accurate means of dealing with high volume of applicants. It particular roles within the Pharmaceutical industry, Public Sector, Pilots, Graduate Programmes and roles with high levels of responsibility utilise psychometric testing for short-listing and choosing the best candidate for the job.
While the need for psychometric testing and group assessment activities is understandable it does not make it any less daunting for the candidate. Many people may only attend an Assessment Centre once in their lives and may not know of anyone or few people who have gone through a similar experience. Common questions when called to attend an assessment centre might be;
- What can I expect to happen at the Assessment Centre?
- What are the assessors looking for?
- How can I best prepare for psychometric tests?
- What can I expect from group exercises and how can I best prepare?
- How can I reduce the anxiety I am feeling?
Leap Coaching provides tailored one-to- one training that will answer these questions and support you to effectively prepare for the tests and activities that are part of your assessment day.
Annett Brown provides the training and is a seasoned Talent Management and Development Consultant with over 15 years experience in designing and managing Assessment Centers. Annett is qualified through A&DC as a Centre Manager and Assessor. She is adept in all areas of competency mapping and outplacement support. Annett is an expert in conducting and assessing ability exercises, personality assessment tools, simulation exercises and 360 tools. Some of her career highlights included the training of assessors in collaboration with Ernst & Young, providing Leadership Coaching with Ashridge Business School and ILM Training for various multi-national companies. Annett has worked extensively in Ireland, the UAE, Turkey and Germany. Annett is a qualified Occupational Personality and Ability Assessor with an accreditation from the British Psychological Society. She is licensed to use the following psychometric tools: OPQ, Seville-Wave, NEO, PAPI, CIPQ, Birkmann First Look, EQI-2.0 and EQI360.
Personality & Aptitude Test Training – €85 (1 hour)
Personality, Aptitude and Simulation Training (Group Discussion, In-Trays, Role Plays) – €110 (1.5 hours)
Please contact Annett on 087-3475794 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to book an appointment.
Just letting you know my good news. I got one of the full-time positions in DePuy. We were only told last week after a long wait. Thank you for your help in preparation for the assessment centre and interview. You were a great help, working with you improved my confidence.”