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Graduate Certificate in Personality and Personnel Selection Assessment

This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the theory, research, and practice of personality and personnel selection assessment. Through a blend of theoretical lectures, practical workshops, and hands-on projects, students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to assess personality traits and select personnel effectively in various organizational settings.

Learning Outcome

  1. Understanding Assessment Principles: Gain a solid understanding of the foundational principles of psychological assessment, including reliability, validity, standardization, and norms.

  2. Familiarity with Test Instruments: Develop proficiency in using and interpreting the specific instruments in the course.

  3. Administering Tests: Learn the proper procedures for administering each of these assessments, including guidelines for test administration and scoring.

  4. Interpreting Test Results: Develop the skills to interpret test scores accurately and meaningfully, considering individual strengths and weaknesses.

  5. Psychometric Concepts: Understand psychometric concepts such as standard scores, percentiles, and age equivalents and apply them in test interpretation.

  6. Educational and Clinical Applications: Explore the various educational and clinical applications of the testing results, including their use in schools, clinical psychology, and neuropsychology.

  7. Report Writing: Develop the skills to write comprehensive and clear assessment reports, including test results, interpretations, and recommendations.

  8. Integration with Other Assessment Tools: Learn how to integrate the psychological testing with other assessment tools and methods to provide a holistic understanding of an individual's condition, abilities and challenges.



Introduction to Psychological Testing and Psychometrics


Adult ADHD Assessment: Theory and Practice


Assessing for other Behavioural Disorders: Adult


Adult Dyslexia Assessment: Theory and Practice


Integrating Multi Battery Testing Approach and Clinical Applications


Introduction to Learning and Developmental Disability


Child ADHD Assessment: Theory and Practice


Assessing for other Behavioural Disorders: Child


Child Dyslexia Assessment: Theory and Practice


Psychological Testing Reports: Analysis and Practice

Couples Therapy

Course Details


Course Mode and Duration

FT/PT 24 hours over 8 weekday evenings from 7 to 10pm / 3 full day training from 9am to 6pm


Class Delivery Method

Face-to-face lessons with online option available, and recording of lectures for later access


Course Fee

Course Fee $2,000 over 2 monthly instalments + $150 non-refundable registration fee + $200 material fee


Assessment Method

Class quiz, assignment, and examination

Sample Certificate


What can you use these skills for?

You can use it for your career, professional, personal or entrepreneurial pursuits.

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