How Does Behavioural Interviewing Training Work?
Behavioural interviewing is a method used to interview job candidates which ensures the control of the interview is always with the interviewer.
You will ask candidates specific questions about things they have done in the past and what their behaviour was.
This will be a reasonable predictor of their behaviour in the future, given a similar situation.
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The Course Structure
A good Behavioural Interviewing Training course will consist of two parts:
Phase 1 of the programme will provide the course attendees with the skills of analysing the requirements of the job, analysing what type of person is required and designing and practising the behavioural questioning techniques.
Phase 2 consists of practise interviews, with each course attendee carrying out two real play interviews. Each interview will be filmed and then played back so that in-depth feedback can be given.
A good behavioural interviewing training course will involve attendees carrying out two ‘real play’ interviews each as our experience has shown that a lot of learning occurs during the first video feedback session. That means a large jump in performance is obtained if individuals have another go.
Real versus Role Play
Role play just doesn’t work when giving course attendees some skill practise time. You can only practise behavioural interviewing by using real questions which will be answered by real people talking about actual experiences.
So we use a practise method which we call “real play”. Nothing is role played by anyone so attendees get what effectively is “live” experience using this skill whilst they are still on the course.
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A Typical Course
This will give you an idea of the in-house course content. We will tailor this to your requirements.
What behavioural Interviewing is and how the questioning process works.
We can accredit any of the training we provide for you.
You will be able to show that your people have been trained to an agreed standard.
You will receive a course certificate produced by the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning.
Behavioural Interviewing Accreditation Case Study
An example of how we created accredited training for Gloucestershire Constabulary.
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