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CERTIFICATION

This course is CPD Certified with each day equivalent to 6.5 hours of CPD

Assessor Skills

Duration : 1 day 

Assessor Skills for Objective and Consistent Assessments

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

HR managers, talent acquisition, learning & development professionals, line managers and all those involved in objectively assessing others’ performance.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Well-designed assessment centres are acknowledged to be amongst the most effective tools to measure skill and future potential. However gaining the maximum benefit from them requires well trained and skilled assessors. This program outlines the skills needed for objective and transparent assessment. These skills can be applied not only in assessment centers but in other assessment situations such as annual appraisals making this a versatile

 

Assessor Skills is a proven practical program that develops the skills necessary to make objective and consistent assessments. The program is well researched, knowledge-based and designed with the individual learner at the centre of the learning process which means that the course is extremely interactive and practical.

 

To gain the maximum benefit from this course we recommend also attending the associated Assessment Centre Design program.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the key skills of effective assessors
  • Record and classify behavioural evidence from a range of assessment tools.
  • Evaluate evidence assessment data to make assessment decisions.
  • Give effective performance feedback after an assessment

 

COURSE CONTENT

  • Biases in assessment; Individual and social biases
  • The role of the assessor; “dos and don’ts”
  • Observing and recording
  • Classifying evidence
  • Evaluating evidence to make assessment decisions
  • Practice and application using an assessment case study
  • Giving performance feedback; common reactions and how to overcome resistance.

 

Key Learning Review

  • Group discussion and professional feedback to consolidate key learning. Delegates will leave the day with a list of development activities to improve their assessor competency back at work.

Assessor Skills

Assessor Skills for Objective and Consistent Assessments

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

HR managers, talent acquisition, learning & development professionals, line managers and all those involved in objectively assessing others’ performance.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Well-designed assessment centres are acknowledged to be amongst the most effective tools to measure skill and future potential. However gaining the maximum benefit from them requires well trained and skilled assessors. This program outlines the skills needed for objective and transparent assessment. These skills can be applied not only in assessment centers but in other assessment situations such as annual appraisals making this a versatile

 

Assessor Skills is a proven practical program that develops the skills necessary to make objective and consistent assessments. The program is well researched, knowledge-based and designed with the individual learner at the centre of the learning process which means that the course is extremely interactive and practical.

 

To gain the maximum benefit from this course we recommend also attending the associated Assessment Centre Design program.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the key skills of effective assessors
  • Record and classify behavioural evidence from a range of assessment tools.
  • Evaluate evidence assessment data to make assessment decisions.
  • Give effective performance feedback after an assessment

 

COURSE CONTENT

  • Biases in assessment; Individual and social biases
  • The role of the assessor; “dos and don’ts”
  • Observing and recording
  • Classifying evidence
  • Evaluating evidence to make assessment decisions
  • Practice and application using an assessment case study
  • Giving performance feedback; common reactions and how to overcome resistance.

 

Key Learning Review

  • Group discussion and professional feedback to consolidate key learning. Delegates will leave the day with a list of development activities to improve their assessor competency back at work.

 

Assessor Skills

Assessor Skills for Objective and Consistent Assessments

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

HR managers, talent acquisition, learning & development professionals, line managers and all those involved in objectively assessing others’ performance.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Well-designed assessment centres are acknowledged to be amongst the most effective tools to measure skill and future potential. However gaining the maximum benefit from them requires well trained and skilled assessors. This program outlines the skills needed for objective and transparent assessment. These skills can be applied not only in assessment centers but in other assessment situations such as annual appraisals making this a versatile

 

Assessor Skills is a proven practical program that develops the skills necessary to make objective and consistent assessments. The program is well researched, knowledge-based and designed with the individual learner at the centre of the learning process which means that the course is extremely interactive and practical.

 

To gain the maximum benefit from this course we recommend also attending the associated Assessment Centre Design program.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the key skills of effective assessors
  • Record and classify behavioural evidence from a range of assessment tools.
  • Evaluate evidence assessment data to make assessment decisions.
  • Give effective performance feedback after an assessment

 

COURSE CONTENT

  • Biases in assessment; Individual and social biases
  • The role of the assessor; “dos and don’ts”
  • Observing and recording
  • Classifying evidence
  • Evaluating evidence to make assessment decisions
  • Practice and application using an assessment case study
  • Giving performance feedback; common reactions and how to overcome resistance.

 

Key Learning Review

  • Group discussion and professional feedback to consolidate key learning. Delegates will leave the day with a list of development activities to improve their assessor competency back at work.

 

IN ADVANCE

Each delegate will be asked to complete a pre-course questionnaire to determine their individual learning objectives. These will be used by the trainer to give on track training that is focused on the individual learner attending.

 

ON-TRACK FOR GROWTH

The individual leaves this program with a Personal Action Plan to encourage immediate transfer of training to the job.

 

REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE

To register for this course please review the grey box above. If no public course is listed or the location and dates shown don’t suit you then please request a proposal for this course either as a public training course or if you have 6 delegates or more as an in-company training course by clicking on Request a Proposal.

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