Competency Assessment: Behavior-Based Interview

  • 06 Apr 2100
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Performance-based assessments assess “on-the-job” skills and target competency at the highest level. Rather than assess knowledge and knowledge application in an artificial environment, they assess the professional’s “actions” in real-life situations. One performance-based assessment method that is frequently used to assess job performance is the behavior-based interview (BBI).  The BBI is a semi-structured interview method that reviews work-related materials that demonstrate evidence of practice, and is applied to such techniques as chart stimulated recalls, case-based questions, and situation-based questions.  This type of assessment provides an opportunity to assess broad on-the-job competence while taking into consideration the individual professional’s experience, expertise and specialty. In short, this tool can be applied to a large cross-section of professionals from a wide range of employment settings.

This session will explore BBI methodology and its application in competency assessment tools.

This webinar is the third in a multi-part series. 

Presenter:  Leanne Worsfold, Director, Quality Programs, iComp Consultings
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