- Individual Diagnostics
6 - 10
The length of the AC is 1 day/group. The length of the process is 3-5 weeks, depending on participant number and complexity.
An Assessment Centre (AC) is a standardized process that evaluates the level of certain competencies and behaviours in prearranged circumstances, in front of trained observers, for selection purposes.
An Assessment Centre (AC) ensures a variety of activities to predict the performance of your candidates. It gives the opportunity to assess and differentiate between your applicants who seem quite similar according to their CVs. In addition, a successful AC enhances the brand image of your company.
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