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Assessment centre are methods for assessing aptitude and performance, used by employers to test the skills that are not assessable from the traditional point of view. These centres usually lasts a long day but can last from half a day to several days of testing and assessment. A candidate is allowed to appear to an assessment centre only after he/she has cleared the initial screening. The assessment centre is the final hurdle in the recruitment process and is where the employer puts in the candidate through their pace. It takes a lot of time and resources from the employer so they put through only the selected candidates. An assessment centre is a place where series of exercises take place where candidates and assessors can take place. Its main purpose is to excavate candidate’s potential to perform well in the job.
Assessment centres are mainly run by human resources department of the organization to which you have applied. There might be managers who provide technical input and examining panel interview questions. The assessment centre usually lasts from half-a-day to two full days depending on the position you are applying for. They are developed to help you in appreciating what the users are trying to achieve. This knowledge is helpful in assessing that whether you are able to showcase the required abilities i.e., the knowledge, skills and attitude during the exercise that allows you to maximise your result.
The main components of assessment centres are:
1.Presentation by the employer
The process of the assessment centre
2.Group and individual exercise
Throughout the process, you will be examined on a sheet score filled by assessor. After the process, the assessors discuss their opinions to decide the result. Each candidate’s performance is evaluated against their score sheet where you are not allowed to see your scores. Most often the job description is a good place to look for capabilities the employer is looking for.
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