Considerable time savings can be achieved when assessments can be administered in a group setting. As with the individual assessment format, a specification is formulated and a programme of assessment procedures is agreed. The programme is presented and administered to the group and where appropriate, summary reports are provided, if required. Individual reports are written to the agreed timescales. Unlike the individual assessment programmes, group assessments are costed on a committed time basis.
|1||Basic Screening Assessment for up to FIVE respondents|
| Limited to the administration of an ability battery with computer
generated reports only, rank ordering of scores with client advice: Maximum
|2||Intermediate Screening Assessment for up to FIVE respondents|
|Administer either personality measure or personality and
ability battery to up to 5 respondents simultaneously, with computer
generated reporting only, including computer generated feedback reports
for respondents. Discuss results and findings with selection staff or
panel member. This mode of test use is best utilised when testing can
be scheduled ahead of interviewing to enable personality issues to be
explored and corroborated at interview.
|3||Full Screening Assessment for up to THREE respondents|
|Administer either personality measure or personality and ability battery to up to 3 respondents together, followed by full feedback to each respondent in turn. Full reporting to client is included. This is one of the most comprehensive ways in which to use assessment in selection, but due to the nature of the process, a maximum of 3 respondents can be catered for in any one day.||£600|