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Maximize Business Results with Talent Assessment Training Services

At CEB we know about people at work. Over 30 years’ of experience in talent measurement helps us to understand their most business-relevant abilities, behavior and potential and what drives them to succeed.

With CEB’s SHL Talent Measurement Training you get the same insight. We give you the skills you need to apply our world-leading assessments yourself – so you can identify the best candidate for the job, or the employee with the most potential.

What you take away from a training course will not only help you deliver real business results for your organization, but also help you advance your HR professional career. Many of our courses enable certification to internationally recognized standards in Occupational Testing, such as British Psychological Society (BPS) level A or level B Registered Test User in the UK.

Courses We Offer

Personality and Ability Assessment (PAA)

 This course is ideal for HR professionals, recruiters, training and management development specialists who wish to use ability tests and personality questionnaires to help in the selection, management and development of employees.

Assessment and Development Centre Design (A&DC)

Designed for those who wish to become self-reliant in the design and implementation of Assessment and Development Centres. This two-day training programme provides a comprehensive overview of the key issues involved in managing design and implementation so that at the end of it, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills you need to return to your workplace and design and deliver your own assessment and/or development centre.

Competency Based Interview (CBI)

This course is ideal for HR specialists and experienced line managers who need to gain practical experience of how to apply Competency Based Interviewing (CBI) effectively in their organizations, or senior executives involved in the final stages of the selection process who are looking to enhance their skills.

Managing the Millennials

Every 20 years, a new generation composed of individuals of similar ages arrives into the workforce while managers tend to struggle to understand the new group. Members of the so-called Generation Y (Millennials) account for approximately 30% of the active workforce.  While there is some agreement that Gen Y differs from previous generations in respect to work-related expectations and characteristics, managers must adjust their management techniques in order to achieve better results.

For more information about our trainings, please contact our office.