Assessor and Observer Skills Training for Assessment Centres


Assessment Centre: Assessor Skills Training Assessor Training

Distance Learning Course £500 + VAT

Maximise the potential of your Assessment Centres by ensuring competence in your Assessors and Observers!

Assessor Skills Training ~ If you want your Assessment Centres to be effective, you need to work from the top down – you need qualified Assessors and Observers who can objectively measure the competence of your candidates.

Whether your Assessment Centre is for high volume recruitment or for higher-level strategic and technical roles, in order for you to utilise the full potential and value of Assessment Centres (ACs), you need to ensure that your Assessors are fully equipped with the knowledge and skills required for their role – and this course does just that!

Aligned with the new British Psychological Society’s (BPS) AC standards this Assessor Training has been developed by Chartered Business Psychologists to improve the standard for Assessors and Observers across all industries. Our very own Max Choi was a Co-convener of the BPS AC Standards Working Group who wrote the BPS Assessment Centre Standard. Max is an expert in aligning best practices to the new Standard.  

It is our commitment to you, that on completion of this course all your new Assessors will leave being competent to effectively evaluate candidates behaviour with both professionalism and confidence.  Above this, we are also committed to ensuring your delegates receive an engaging training experience that will enhance their skillset, benefit your candidates and also make them more effective within your organisation.

We remain independent and introduce your staff to the latest products and best methods within the field of Assessment and Development. Benefit from the many years’ experience of our Chartered Psychologist tutors, both during your course and afterwards.


Assessment Centre: Assessor / Observer Skills Training best Practices

All elements of the BPS AC Standard are covered including:

  • Appreciating what makes an effective AC.

  •  The Assessor role and other roles within an AC.

  •  Effective assessment of AC exercises.

  •  How to effectively observe, record, classify, evaluate and feedback.

  •  Be competent to evaluate performance against pre-determined job related behaviours.

  •  Equality and Diversity.

Delivery method: Distance Learning via home study theory & face-to-face virtual assessments.


Assessment Centre: Assessor / Observer Training Key Benefits

of the Distance Learning course format:

  • Working at your own pace in your own environment.

  •  Highly cost-effective compared to face-to-face workshops.

  • Engaging learning through a range of activities e.g. support videos, practical assignments, and webinars.

  • This qualification does not require a workplace observation visit.

  • Tutor support throughout the learning experience.

  • Not restricted by course dates – start straight away!

  • Ongoing support from our Psychologists to ensure Assessor delivery adheres to any future Assessment Centre Best Practice changes.


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