Intro: If you’re writing the Psychometry Board exam you’ll be required to pass with 70%. Ask yourself; can you afford to NOT attend?
Who should attend: Those writing the Psychometric Board Exam for registration with the Health Professions Council.
Workshops dates: *Watch this space*
1.1. What is a psychological test? 1.2. Why do we use psychological tests? 1.3. Classification of tests 1.4. Basic principles of measurement 1.5. Psychometrics 1.6. Reliability 1.7. Standard error of measurement 1.8. Validity 1.9. Coefficient of determination 1.10. Standardisation 1.11. Norms 1.12. Bias and fairness 1.13. Test Development 1.14. Psychological theory
2.1. Control and use of tests 2.2. Professional and ethical behaviour 2.3. Scope of practice 2.4. Continuous professional development 2.5. Responsible test use 2.6. Protecting confidential information
3.1. Adaption of tests 3.2. Special populations 3.3. Assessment policies
Duties as a Psychometrist
4.1. Duties before an assessment session 4.2. Duties during the testing session 4.3. Duties after the testing session
5.1. Advertising 5.2. Professional Indemnity 5.3. Referrals
About the speaker:
Marzenna is a Registered Psychometrist with almost a decade of experience in consulting. Over and above this, she is competent in developing assessment centres, conducting competency based interviews, and designing assessments and simulations. She has worked with and coached specialists, middle management, exec level candidates and advising CEO’s strategic decisions involving their talent.
Outside of the corporate space, Marzenna offers career assessments for teenagers and young adults. With a passion for writing, she self-published her book “Chasing the Dream: A Guide to Practice Management in the South African Context” in April 2016. The popularity surpassed her expectations, affording her the opportunity to create an online forum to mentor like-minded Health Professionals and Entrepreneurs who have started their own private practice.
Marzenna has experience in many different spheres; she has developed two National Qualifications (NQF 2 & 4) for the South Africans Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on How To Start a New Venture, is an experienced advertising copy-writer and voice over artist. She enjoys public speaking and hosts work-shops on an ad hoc basis. Marzenna’s favours an integrative, holistic approach to work, and life in general – hence the name of her business, Holistan. Besides running her consultancy, Marzenna is a senior consultant at assessment leader, Omnicor, where she had been afforded the opportunity to travel internationally conducting various assessments, and advising business on major strategic decisions.
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