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Personnel and Occupational Testing Course

By: HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute

United Kingdom

11 - 16 Sep, 2017  6 days

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GBP 6,000

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities of Personnel and Occupational Testing Course, participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate the value of employment testing
  • Determine measures to enhance test security
  • Ensure that the highest ethical standards are maintained    for test users
  • Exhibit their ability to use test administration guide, appropriately
  • Effect percentile classification of test and test scores
  • Indicate the measures that need to be taken in advance to ensure the effective administration of the test
  • Demonstrate their ability to score different types and level of test
  • Verbalize their interpretation of a variety of tests
  • Exhibit their ability to write psychological reports;
  • Select test batteries which are general conformance with test norms;
  • Indicate the value of test to applicants and or employees;
  • Verbalize the value of test to organizations;
  • ‘Make a case’ for diagnostic employment interviewing;
  • Explain why personnel testing is immense value to organizational improvement and worker’s continuous professional development;
  • Establish the characteristics of a good test;
  • Indicate the steps that can be taken towards the verification of test standardization;
  • Determine whether particular test meet their established objectives;
  • Authenticate test reliability;
  • Demonstrate their competence in ascertaining test validity;
  • Evaluate test appropriateness for particular group of workers and, or, candidates;
  • Indicate the steps that can be taken in assessing test difficulty level;
  • Take the measures necessary to provide for ease of test administration;
  • Ensure the uniformity of procedure in the administration and scoring of tests;
  • Determine the appropriate time limits for particular test;
  • Provide effective and unambiguous oral test instructions, when and where appropriate;
  • Determine the appropriateness of test requiring speed as opposed to those of high levels of difficulty;
  • Determine when written test, as opposed to job performance test should be used for employee job evaluation;
  • Make an appropriate choice of verbal vs. non-verbal test, in relation to the purpose for which it is intended;
  • Decide when standardized or non-standardized test are appropriate for workers at different organizational levels;
  • Distinguish between culture fair-and culture free test and which is appropriate for particular groups of workers and for candidates;
  • Determine which projective are appropriate for individual groups or employees and for job applicants;
  • Select the most appropriate setting and process for administrating psychological test
  • Demonstrate their ability to apply general principles in the administration of psychological test;
  • Demonstrate their ability to follow detailed standardized test procedure;
  • Exhibit their willingness to record unusual test conditions;
  • Demonstrate Competence in factoring test conditions in the interpretation of test results;
  • Evaluate test materials, taking into account what they measure, the author’s intent, test procedure, types of items, level of ‘discrimination’ between individuals that it facilitates;
  • Demonstrate their ability to test technical competence based on, the particular levels that need to be determined;
  • Demonstrate their ability to in select   levels ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘‘C’ for assessing technical competence;
  • Indicate the constituent measures of levels ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘‘C’;
  • Select and administer different types of tests, incorporating, aptitude test, individual differences, adjustment test, personnel and counseling psychological test;
  • Outline the role of the examiner, during and after the test session;
  • Guard against the ‘unknown appropriation or modification of test elements;
  • Determine the test that evaluates mental ability, mental maturity, scholastic aptitude and general ability, respectively;
  • Determine the occasions on which, or purposes for which objective or subjective test, respectively, will be used.
London Sep 11 - 16 Sep, 2017
GBP 6,000.00 + 300.00 (VAT)(The course cost does not include living accommodation. However, delegates are treated with the following: Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days; Hot Lunch on Event Days; City Tour; Hand-outs; Stationery.)
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+44 7736147507; +44 1902 763607; +44 2071935906

We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. Courses are delivered in over 30 Cities including Miami, London, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Paris, Milan.
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