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This is a single webinar that is part of our course on Practical People Assessment. If you are interested in purchasing access to this single event, please register here. Alternatively, follow the link to register for the whole series by clicking on the webinar series “Practical People Assessment”.
Purchasing the entire series gives you access to a discounted rate, effectively getting one session for free. If you attend all sessions, you will receive a Certificate in Practical People Assessment from the ABP.
Sessions are recorded, in case you miss one you will be sent the recording via email.
What the course is about
This link allows you to register for the webinar course on “Situational Judgement Test Design Skills”. You can decide to attend the entire series and receive a Certificate in Practical People Assessment, or you can pick and choose webinars the cover the topics you want to explore further.
Run by Ben Williams, Chair of the ABP and MD of Sten10, the programme is perfect for current or freshly qualified Occupational Psychology students who wish to make the leap from academic theory to actual practice. More experienced practitioners who wish to ‘round out’ their knowledge will also benefit.
Dates and Times
19th October 6pm to 7pm
Prices are £45 per webinar for ABP members and £60 for non-members.
Learning Objectives and Content Schedule
You will learn through the use of slides, exercises and interactive conversations with the facilitator and other trainees. In this webinar, you will explore the basic frameworks around situational judgement assessments, discussing its best use in selection and recruitment and learning to build ad hoc models to use in your practice.
These are the topics covered in the workshop:
- Definitions of SJT and examples
- Principles for designing an SJT
Once you register, you will be provided a link with instructions to join the workshop a few days before the scheduled date. Please make sure you have an internet connection and you can join the webinar through a laptop, computer or a screen-enabled device.
We advise you save this workshop in your diary once you register.