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Author Archives: Joshua Brown

TRAIN STATION CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT

When we think about careers within the rail industry, train driver and train guard immediately spring to mind. However, there are many different and varied jobs available (drawing different salaries) that are designed to ensure the trains run on time and the level of service provided is the highest it can be. One such role […]

7 Tips for Passing the Train Driver Assessment Day

Statistics prove that one of the top 10 most sought after careers after leaving school and full-time education is that of a train driver. Unsurprising then, that there are in excess of 400 applicants for every job that is advertised. This makes it even more prevalent for the aspiring trainee train driver applicant to have […]

WHAT IS PI DAY?

WHAT IS PI DAY – PI DAY = 3.14159265359… PI DAY = 3.14159265359…   Pi day is an annual celebration which is celebrated on the 14th March. It is observed on this day because this represents (the month/day format = 3/14) and this represents the first 3 significant numbers of pi. AND ITS EVEN MORE […]

TRAIN DRIVER SITUATIONAL JUDGEMENT TEST [Practice Resource]

TRAIN DRIVER SITUATIONAL JUDGEMENT TEST – A Step-by-Step Walkthrough     Train Operating Companies in the UK is starting to use a form of situational judgement test (often referred to as Situational Judgement Exercises or SJEs) as part of the assessment criteria for assessing trainee train drivers. Another name for this type of new test […]

New Police Officer Interview Questions – August 2015 Onwards

As of August 2015 the college of policing in the UK amended the police officer recruitment interview question format. This article provides candidates with details information and advice on how to prepare effectively for the new format, which includes both motivational and value based questions, in addition to the past behaviour questions. The new style […]

Passing the Kent Test – A Parents Guide

If you are a parent with a child in primary school, and are looking to further their education at a Kent-based grammar school, you can register your child for the Kent test. Kent is the largest and most competitive grammar school area in the country, with 35 selective schools. Therefore, it is imperative that prior […]

Civil Enforcement Officer Listening Test

As part of the Civil Enforcement Officer test you may be required to sit what is called a listening test. The listening test requires you to listen to a piece of information which is either read out to you by an assessor or pre-recorded on an audio recording device, such as a tape or CD […]

The Royal Navy Filter (Sift) Interview and How To Pass It

During the Royal Navy selection process you will be required to sit interviews at both the Armed Forces Careers Office (AFCO) and, if applying to become an Officer, during your attendance at the Admiralty Interview Board (AIB). The sift or filter interview, which is held at your local Armed Forces Careers Office, will be undertaken […]

A-Levels 2018: The Parents Guide

A Levels qualifications provide a solid foundation upon which your child can strengthen their future career prospects. Respectable A-Level results can mean acceptance into high quality universities, as well as increasing your child’s overall job prospects after full time education. Therefore, the following guide has been created in order for you to help your child […]