Selection Methodology Training
Category: Training - Selection Methodology
Date: September 9th 2013 9:00am until 12:30pm
Location: Severn Postgraduate Medical Education, Deanery House BS16 1GW
To provide an overview of the application process and interviewing techniques currently in use. It is a mandatory requirement for anyone interviewing trainees on behalf of the Severn Postgraduate Medical Education.
By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Understand the concept of positive and negative indicators for evaluating answers.
- Explain the need for standardised scoring.
- Use a standardised scoring system to grade candidates at interview.
- Record objective evidence of candidates’ statements/performance in ways that will be helpful in justifying decisions.
- Identify some effective and less effective ways of asking objective questions at interview.
- Gain practical skills in interviewing
Workshop Programme (Morning)
09:30 Introduction to Selection Methodology
The Importance of the Person Specification
Interview Panel Formats
Equal Opportunities/Sources of Bias/Error
10:00 Question Design
Designing Positive and Negative Indicators
The Behavioural Interview
Situational/Scenario Based Questions
Practice with Behavioural Questioning
Peeling and Probing
10:45 Interview Scoring Systems
Deciding on Appointability
Further Interview Practice
Dealing with Tied Scores