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Talent Basics Series: Using vocational interest in selection

Discover the power of cognitive ability, personality, and career interest evaluations in predicting performance in our Talent Basics Series.

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Meta-analytical evidence suggests that cognitive ability, personality, and career interest assessments are some of our best psychometric predictors of job performance.

Properly constructed measures of the three variables can provide invaluable information to key stakeholders when selection decisions must be made. This five-part series will focus on the utility of the aforementioned variables in selection, including job performance as a criterion to validate the aforementioned assessments against, and sensible ways to combine the information to make selection decisions.

This programme is valid for 1 month and you will need to complete the full programme within a month of receiving the access link.

Using vocational interest in selection

Scientists and practitioners make very little use of interest outside of its application to career psychology. This session will attempt to provide practitioners with a useful classification of interest, its predictive validity and use in selection, and its measurement across gender and ethnic groups.

Course Details

Duration: 1 hour

Presented by: Xander van Lill

Materials included:

  • 2 CPD's

Prerequisites: None

Price (South Africa): R572.00

Price (Other countries): US $ 28.00

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DISCLAIMER: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not license any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.

Online courses or programmes are intended to broaden the knowledge of psychology professionals but do not constitute a formal qualification. The completion of any course or programme does not license any person to practice outside their official scope of practice. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.

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