Working from home is something that is often considered as a perk and in the past these type of jobs were hard to come by. Many people who find working from home more beneficial to their wants and needs may explore working for themselves, as this has the bonus of setting your own hours and working around your lifestyle. However, it is not as easy as just setting up your own business and for many this is not a viable option.
The train driver interviews are known to be extremely challenging. Not only will candidates have to prepare for the trainee train driver structured interview questions but also the train driver manager’s interview questions.
In this article, we will look at the 15 toughest train driver interview questions that are guaranteed to come up in your interviews!
The police officer interview is known to be tough. Only those with the correct values, integrity, skills, and qualities that match the core competencies will pass.
In this article, we will look at the 15 toughest police interview questions that are guaranteed to come up in your interview!
Standing at the forefront of the UK’s borders are the men and women of the Border Force, which makes up a vital operation within the Home Office. The role of the Border Force is to protect the UK’s borders from multiple threats, including; drug and human trafficking, terrorist threats, organised crime and many others. The work undertaken by the Border Force is vital for protecting our borders and also enhances the economy.
The briefing exercise is part 4 (also known as Stage 3b) of the new police Online Assessment Process. The briefing exercise requires you to handle a scenario and related problems, in the role of a police constable, which will be presented in the form of a series of questions.
Hello there, my name is Richard McMunn from the police officer recruitment training website, How2Become.com.
And in this tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to pass the new police officer online assessment centre. And in particular, we are going to focus today on the police written exercise.
This online guide outlines the new College of Policing Online Assessment Process, which is set to be used nationally by all England and Wales police forces throughout 2020. This online assessment process has been put in place for all police constable applicants.
In this blog, career recruitment expert Richard McMunn guides you through how to join the Parachute Regiment, including the selection process, Para training, P Company and also tips for passing the British Army interview.
As part of the Royal Navy selection process, both for Royal Navy Ratings and Officers, you will be asked a series of interview questions that assess what you know about Royal Navy ships, weaponry and aircraft.
If you want to become an RAF Officer, you will need to undertake a tough and challenging OASC, which includes a series of tests, assessments, tasks and interviews. This blog will aim to provide you with essential tips, help and resources for passing your RAF OASC, which will take place at RAF Cranwell.