Whether you want a career in the emergency services as a firefighter, police officer or paramedic, or if you would like to become a train driver, prison officer, airline pilot or taxi driver, our insider career guides will guide you through every element of the selection process, from how to apply, how to complete the application form, preparing for the psychometric tests and also how to get the highest scores possible on your interview.
During every selection process there is a psychometric test. More often than not these tests will include numerical reasoning, verbal ability, spatial awareness, IQ and aptitude tests, mechanical comprehension and abstract reasoning. To help you prepare fully for your aptitude test we have created a combination of comprehensive testing booklets, training videos and online psychometric tests. Each of our testing products is guaranteed to put you ahead of the competition for your selected career.
One day training courses
Our one day career training courses are specifically designed for serious candidates who want to ensure they are fully prepared for their assessment, tests and interview. Each of our courses is run by a highly experienced tutor who will guide you through every stage of the application process. Our courses cover firefighter, police officer, train driver, paramedic, Royal Navy Officer Admiralty Interview Board training and also Royal Air Force Officer OASC preparation.
The job market is extremely competitive in the current economic climate and you need to ensure that, when given the opportunity, you stand out from the other candidates. You need to ensure that the assessors remember you and more importantly can see you fulfilling the position they are recruiting for. We help you do this by ensuring you are fully prepared for each stage and you understand what is required at the assessment centre.
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