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Selection Skills Video


I am looking for a suitable up-to-date video to help on a training course for recruitment and selection skills. I would particiular like a video showing panel interviews and where the questions used are based around competencies identified on a person specification.
Jackie Reading

6 Responses

  1. Video
    Jumpstart Video Publications in Leeds have a good one called INTERVIEW CONTRASTS which I have used in Recruitment and Selection Training. Additionally,did you see the recent ITV programmes front by Trevor MacDonald were good on personal presentational issues but not as much on person specs et al


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  2. Video
    Hi, it depends on what you want the video to cover? Is it the recruitment process or interviewing techniques?? Video Arts video are still pretty good on this subject but it does depend on your delegates etc. Please e-mail me if you want to discuss further

  3. More Than a Gut Feeling
    “More Than a Gut Feeling” is the Video Arts title sold in UK for 999 pounds. In USA for about $800 by melrose. Put the title in Google and press search. Cheers.

    This site has a long catalogue of videos for training. You may have to watch for US / UK compatibility however.

  5. Maybe you could consider having a video produced.
    You may wish to consider having a video produced specifically for this. We are producers of video and would be interested to talk to you about how quickly this could be done and at what cost. Please mail me if you are interested.

  6. Recruitment video
    I have found the BBC ‘Right First Time’ to be an excellent resource. I particularly like their subtle, less explicit, demonstrations of taking diversity seriously. I have had to do some adaptation – rather than basing the questions upon a person specification, the video refers to ‘selection criteria’, which I interpret as a amaller number of more generalised categotories than usually stated on a pers spec. However, then evidencing those with performance criteria and having a ‘question cycle’ to go through in relation to each area works really well. We recently recruited someone who, when sat in on a training course on recruitment, made the comment that their experience of being recruited was that we do walk our talk, so it works.


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