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Assessment Centre

Fortner Consulting Approach

 

We work with you to custom design the right format of Assessment Centre for your organisation and budget. To ensure good evaluation criteria, we will analyse the Job Profile and identify the aptitude and competencies necessary for the position and design the Assessment Centre towards capturing information on the candidate’s capabilities in those areas.

 

Our Assessment Centre will provide you with information on the candidate’s recruitment and assignment suitability in areas such as business acumen, planning and organising, initiative, problem solving, decisiveness, leadership, judgement, logic and reasoning, communication, teamwork and flight risk.

 

Final Assessment Report
 

After completing the analysis from the different assessment tools on each candidate, Fortner Consulting will compile an Assessment Report on each candidate summarizing their proficiency in each Competency, identify areas of concern, specify training and development requirements and make a recommendation on possible future assignments or positions for the candidate. 

 

ASSESSMENT CENTRE

360 Degree Feedback

Behavioural Interview

Case Study

Group Exercise

In-Basket Simulation

Presentation

Psychometrics

Role Play

An Assessment Centre is a structured design of a selection of assessment techniques that give insights into the capabilities of candidates for recruitment, development, employee placement and promotion. It is a combination of different assessment methods used by experienced assessors to gauge aptitude and competency of candidates. 

 

A well designed Assessment Centre will enable the organization to observe or evaluate a candidate in simulated situations that the candidate will encounter in a particular role or work environment. It allows for the objective and systematic evaluation of all potential candidates using the same standardized methods and tools.

 

The Assessment Centre is not a recent invention. The German Armed Forces were the first people to use this method for the selection of officers. Subsequently, the American and the British armies followed suit. Nowadays an Assessment Centre is routinely used in a variety of organizations, including corporations, government and educational institutions.