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Training Consultant Assessment


Have you ever run a group exercise as part of a recruitment process that gives trainers the opportunity to work on a task as an individual but ends with the group having to work together to pull all the results together for one single conclusion. I am especcialy keen for candidates to analyse data in different formats (graphs, charts etc) and use this data to support their findings, it will show me how well they can analyse training information from different sources. The role is a consultancy role within the business mainly liasing with key buisiness stakeholders to capture training requirments. There will also be doing design work and coaching/mentoring . There is very little delivey.

I am trying to put something together from scratch but has anyone any ideas on something they may have seen or used before that could give me a basis to work from?
John Blewitt

4 Responses

  1. Assessment centre for consulting skills
    Hi John
    Some time ago I was involved in developing assessment centre exercises for the recruitment of Business Link advisers (consultants) we had developed a range of activities along the lines you mention (for what appears to be an identical role!).

    If you want to contact me I will share the approach used.

  2. with a twist
    I have a case study scenario for this area but with a twist;
    It was developed for folk who had been “training” specialists but were re-roling to be more along the line of “performnce improvement” consultants. Therefore the scenario contains some aspects to which “training” is not the whole answer and the issue is to identify and address these areas as well as training.

    If you think this would be of use please give me a call.

    07813 170391

  3. internal training consultancy
    For reality, are there some ‘hard results’ you can use from the organisation – remove names etc for safety/confidentiality, but base on a real case study – perhaps an area which presents a current and major challenge?


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