This programme aims to deliver the following to participants:
i. Understand how Competency Based Interview (CBI) techniques enable effective selection decisions.
ii. Ability to construct and pose competency based questions that are relevant to job requirements.
iii. Record, analyse, interpret and evaluate the strengths of competencies gathered.
iv. Apply CBI technique as part of the full interview process.
v. Calibrate and differentiate competencies towards making selection decisions.
Human Resource professionals, Hiring Managers and Panel Interviewers will find this programme relevant for the roles they play in not only interviewing candidates, but more importantly making selection decisions.
This programme is delivered in an experiential workshop style, focusing on actual skill practice and application. Using a layering approach, skills and application are gradually built up from interviewing and recording data, to analysing and evaluating competencies and finally, to making selection decisions based on evidence gathered. Case studies, role plays and full live interviews are key features of this programme.
|Understanding Competencies||Overview of the Concept of Competencies
Differences between Skills, Knowledge and Competencies
|Competency Based Interview (CBI) and Its Effectiveness||What is CBI? Its features and advantages towards hiring decisions
How to avoid pitfalls and judgment errors
|Constructing CBI Questions and Applying CBI||Identifying competencies required for a job
Constructing competency based questions
Using CBI techniques in an interview
|Gathering and Evaluating
|Techniques to capture and record competency data
Ensuring data quality and follow up techniques
Evaluating and rating the strengths of competency data
|Integrating CBI into the full interview process||Putting the full interview together by incorporating CBI
techniques in live interviews
Post interview de-brief, calibration and decision-making