How to Succeed in Assessment Centres

More global companies and government agencies are utilising Assessment Centres in their recruitment process. Assessment Centres are designed to simulate different aspects of the work environment and candidates are put through a series of exercises to assess how closely their behaviours match the employer’s criteria. Assessment Centres can last from half-a-day to two full days depending on the position you are applying for.

Join our workshop to learn effective strategies for navigating Assessment Centres.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn how you will be assessed in Assessment Centres
  • Roleplay different scenarios through individual and group exercises
  • Receive tips on how to stand out from the competition
Louis Ng

About Trainer - (Fidelity)

Louis Ng

Louis is a Senior Manager, Early Careers, Talent Acquisition, APAC at Fidelity International. He is a human resource professional with substantial experience in all-round HR services, diversity and inclusion programs, including employee relations, training and development, talent management, performance management, campus and lateral recruitment. His career in Human Resources spans across more than a decade, with various stints in major financial institutions such as Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Bank, Barclays and Bank of America.

He is also well-versed in project management of a wide range of corporate events and training, particularly in entertainment, sports and recreation activities, conferences.

How to Succeed in Assessment Centres (Fidelity)

Date: 28 August 2019, Wednesday
Time: 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Venue: CFG Careerspace, Yusof Ishak House Level 3
Cost: Free
Dress Code: Business attire

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Geoff Barwise

About Trainer - (Matthew James International)

Geoff Barwise

Geoff Barwise is an experienced leadership trainer and Executive Coach who has over 30 years of industry experience gained in the Asia Pacific region. He specializes in developing leadership talent in the Asia region, where he has been based for more than 20 years. He has lived and worked in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Guangzhou. His career includes senior leadership roles in the steel, building products, chemical, telecom and textile industries. He and his associates have also conducted Assessment Development Centre’s in the region for several global organizations.

Geoff established his consulting practice, PeopleWise, in 2001 and spends most of his time in Asia and in Singapore. He has worked with a wide number of well-known organizations facilitating their global and regional leadership development programs. He has coached senior executives from middle management to the most senior levels across most Asia Pacific countries.

How to Succeed in Assessment Centres (Matthew James International)

Date: 12 September 2019, Thursday
Time: 9:30AM - 5:30PM
Venue: CFG Careerspace, Yusof Ishak House Level 3
Cost: $20 (Students receiving financial assistance from NUS Office of Financial Aid are exempted from the fee)
Dress Code: Business attire

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About Trainer - (BP)

BP Talent Acquisition - Early Careers team

This interactive workshop aims to provide you with more insights on how to approach assessment centre, through relevant topics such as personal branding to help inspire greater confidence in you. Facilitated by the BP Talent Acquisition Early Careers team and experienced trainers from the BP learning academies, there will be panel discussions along with individual and group work exercise.

KS Kumar
Kumar brings with him 30 years of experience in HR, predominantly as an HR business partner across Oil & Gas, Financial Services, B2B & FMCG with deep experience in employee relations, talent acquisition, learning & development and reward management. Currently the Head of Capability Development, Asia & Pacific with the BP Leadership Academy, he delivers the vision of building great leaders at every level in the organisation. Kumar has a deep interest in the talent landscape of Asian markets and their cultural nuances. A values and ideas-driven leader, he firmly believes in developing internal talent.

Andrew Chia
Andrew is an experienced learning and development professional and is responsible for a portfolio of BP’s global leadership offers. He has worked across diverse industries building different skillsets from project management to change management and to learning and development. His current role as the Global Capability Manager with the BP Leadership Academy enables him to build great leaders and high-performance teams to achieve strong business outcomes for BP. Andrew is Project Management Professional (PMP) certified and is also an Insights Discovery practitioner, a personality profiling tool to help leaders become more self-aware and adapt their behaviours to lead teams more effectively

Yeo Sze Yee
Sze Yee is the Head of Learning & Development, Supply & Trading from the BP Midstream Academy. She was previously the Head of Commercial Development before transiting to L&D, bringing with her a wealth of experience and thorough understanding of the supply & trading business. Sze has been managing assessment centres and oversees the learning & development of the graduate and intern development programmes across the region.

How to Succeed in Assessment Centres (BP)

Date: 19 September 2019, Thursday
Time: 9:30AM - 12:30PM
Venue: CFG Careerspace, Yusof Ishak House Level 3
Cost: Free
Dress Code: Business attire

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