Running your own assessment centre, Birmingham
Mon 10 Jul
PLEASE NOTE THIS COURSE IS OPEN TO AGCAS FULL AND AFFILIATE MEMBERS ONLY
A one day workshop, run by an ex-graduate recruiter, for careers and employability professionals who are supporting clients through the assessment centre stage of graduate recruitment processes.
This interactive workshop will provide you with openly-available assessment centre materials, standard competencies and train you on the basics on how to run, assess and give feedback to your students.
Who is it for?
Careers and employability professionals involved in supporting clients through the later stages of graduate recruitment processes.
What will you get out of it?
By the end of the course, participants should be able to:
• Put together an assessment centre timetable.
• Understand some standard assessment centre competencies and exercises.
• Score exercises and shortlist students.
• Run your own assessment centre for students.
• Provide candidates with feedback on their own performance.
Here's what some previous participants had to say:
“Lots of information and advice given. Sharing of experiences. Good resources provided. Small group which worked well together.”
“Experienced and knowledgeable [trainer]. Engaged with the group well.”
“Useful practical tips that will help when applying back at work.”
This course is more expensive than usual because participants will be provided with materials to run assessment centres in their own services. Places are limited to 12 to ensure that all participants get sufficient time to engage with the materials.
Date(s) & Timing 10 Jul 2017 10:15 16:00 Full Member price £310.00 Affiliate Member price £360.00 Venue Birmingham - Round Table Add to calendar Download event to my Outlook Calendar
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