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Research on UK Assessment Centres

I am a member of a working party set up by the British Psychological Society to develop standards for assessment centres and development centres.  The aim of this work is to improve the quality of assessment centres for all those involved in them, including candidates and assessors.

To help us to construct these standards, I am currently carrying out research into peoples’ experiences of assessment centres.

In particular, I am examining the experiences of anyone who has been involved in one or more of the following roles:

  • People who have been a candidate in an assessment centre
  • People who have worked as an assessor in an assessment centre
  • People who have been involved in the design of an assessment centre
  • People who have worked as administrator in an assessment centre
  • People who have chaired a wash-up (sometimes called a consensus meeting) in an assessment centre

If you have been involved with assessment centres in any of these ways, it would be very helpful indeed if you could complete one or more of the questionnaires listed below.

Dr. Chris Dewberry

Access to the Questionnaires

Dr Chris Dewberry

Dr Chris Dewberry

 
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