LEVEL 2 PSYCHOMETRIC TRAINING VIA DISTANCE LEARNING
Our Level 2 Psychometric Training Distance Learning course is open for enrolment continuously, work at your own pace, wherever you want to study and the final practical assessment is arranged at your convenience.
Learn how to use ability testing personality profiling for interviews, development and reducing staff turnover. Aquire the latest techniques on how to administer, interpret and provide feedback on psychometric tests and assessments, whilst gaining a deeper understanding of the technical concepts of psychometrics such as reliability and validity and how to use them both legally and ethically.
At the end of the course, you will be fully skilled and equipped to deliver psychometric testing and assessment, including the use of the identity personality profiling questionnaire and its suite of expert reports. We provide you with access to our online platform so you can manage your own assessment process at a fraction of the bureau costs. Completion of the course provides eligibility for the British Psychological Society (BPS) Certificate of Competence in Occupational Testing Level 2.
PSYCHOMETRIC TRAINING INCLUDES:
65 hour Module-based place of work or home study that you can start at any time.
Workbooks, Webinar-based sessions and Training Videos.
Practical Assessment face-to-face or via Video Conference Call.
On-going support from Business Psychologists & Tutors throughout the learning experience.
CPD Accredited with an award of 65 hours.
Complimentary ‘Psychometric Solutions’ package – your own identity personality profiling system – to access reports at discounted prices.
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD) obligations are now widely accepted in all business sectors and professions, requiring the tracking and documenting of any skills, knowledge and experience that individuals gain both formally and informally as they work, beyond any initial training. CPD engagement helps ensure competence to practice and career progression through talent development.
We are proud to be working with the CPD Standards Office and our full Test User course is accredited with an award of 65 hours.
This Accredited, Globally Recognised, Professional Psychometric Practitioner Qualification allows you to be included on The British Psychological Society’s Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU).
Completion of this training enables you to demonstrate to current and future employers your competence in Test Use, giving you access to psychometric tests and assessments that would otherwise be restricted.
Promoting excellence in psychology.
CLASSROOM BASED OPTION
We understand that many people still prefer classroom-based training and we can run any of the modular courses (Assistant Test User, Ability, & Personality) at our Gloucestershire offices in the Cotswolds, in-house at your premises or at a venue near you and at your convenience.
Call: 01285 861734 for further details.
Classroom Based Training | Individual Modules or Full Level 2 Qualification
ASSISTANT TEST USER: Occupational Test Administration.
This is a 1 Day Course (previously Level 1 Test User: Test Administration training).
CPD Award 14 hours includes pre-course & post course reading.
TEST USER: Occupational Ability TUA. This is a 2 Day Course (previously known as the BPS Level A Psychometric Training).
With a CPD Award of 23 hours includes pre-course and post course reading. Module 2 of 3.
TEST USER: Occupational Personality TUP. This is a 2 Day Course (previously known as the BPS Level B Psychometric Training).
With a CPD Award of 28 hours includes pre-course and post course reading. Module 3 of 3.
TEST USER: Level 2
This is a 4 day, all 3 Modules, combined course (formerly Level A & B).
CPD Award of 65 hours includes pre-course and post course work.
Level 2 Accredited Personality Tool: Identity Profiling Questionnaire.
“Particularly helpful aspects of the course include the practical application of testing, discovering the different questionnaires and the chance to practice feedback.”