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Behavioural Assessment Training

Introduction

Talent Eye International’s Behavioural Assessment Training certifies successful delegates to observe and assess individuals across a range of assessment and development centre behavioural simulation exercises. 

This programme provides the theory and practice required to become a professional assessor of behavioural simulation exercises such as case studies, role plays, group exercises and inbox exercises.

This course is aimed at those who wish to professionalise their talent management processes by incorporating behavioural simulation exercises and it is aimed at HR, Talent, and operational managers alike.  

Purpose

Understand and apply the behavioural assessment model – ORCE (Observe, Record, Classify and

Evaluate) to be able to access and use different types of behavioural simulation exercises at different organisational levels for the purposes of recruitment, promotion, development, high potential identification, redeployment, and succession planning. 


Qualification Achieved

Trained Assessor & Observer certification.


Support

Full support offered, including pre-course reading to help prepare, comprehensive training materials, post-course guidance, all to help you through to successful certification.



The Behavioural Assessment Training is a flexible, modular training programme that can be completed face to face or in a distance learning format.  It is suitable for individuals from any background or discipline who wish to be trained as assessors or observers and apply these skills within the workplace.  This could be within structured talent management processes such as assessment and development centres, or to support the management, mentoring or coaching of colleagues or direct reports. 


The Course Objectives

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

  • Understand the key principles of an assessment and development centre.

  • Demonstrate understanding of competencies and how these are measured within behavioural simulation exercises.

  • Recognise the legalities and potential biases within an assessment scenario and how to avoid and overcome these.

  • Professionally apply the ORCE model of behavioural assessment to the different simulation exercises used in assessment and development scenarios.

  • Prepare and deliver accurate and justified behavioural feedback for selection, development, coaching and guidance.