Advanced Assessor Skills


Develop the knowledge and skills needed to become a qualified Assessor.


A 2-day non-residential course

Designed for

Anyone who wishes to become an Assessor on an Assessment or Development Centre. This course is suitable for absolute beginners, those who have limited experience of assessing or those who just want to brush up on their skills and techniques. It is not aimed at those who wish to design Assessment & Development Centres or Assessment & Development Centre Exercises (who should attend the Centre Design and Management Module). This course is endorsed by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM), the largest awarding body for management and leadership qualifications in the UK.


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

  • Explain the key principles of Assessment & Development Centres
  • Describe the components of a typical Competency and recognise appropriate positive and negative behavioural indicator
  • Identify different types of Assessment/Development Centre Exercises and the competencies typically assessed by each
  • Demonstrate their ability to complete the Behavioural Assessment Process (Observe, Record, Classify and Evaluate – or ORCE) effectively for a variety of Exercises
  • Prepare and present their candidate data in accurate behavioural terms, supported by relevant examples for inclusion in a data integration discussion
  • Write a candidate report outlining strengths and development needs against individual Competencies and Exercise Types
  • Prepare for and run a face to face feedback session of average difficulty
Next dates

8 – 9 October 2018


£900 per delegate (plus VAT)


To find out more and to book, contact us on 01483 752 900 or email us here >>


£900 for one delegate, £1,350 per two delegates (plus VAT)