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TEA-Occ Online Training

Summary of course:

This 1 hour online training course has been designed for those who wish to be trained in the administration, scoring and interpretation of the Test of Everyday Attention for Occupational Assessment (TEA-Occ).

Price:

£129.50 + VAT per person

£895 for an in-house group session (max 12 delegates)

Venue:

Online 

Dates:

On request - please select 'Online training - please contact me' from the dropdown on the online form, below.

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Who should attend:

This course is relevant to anyone wishing to use the TEA-Occ to test levels of attention for recruitment, selection or development purposes.

Benefits of attending:

Completion of this training allows you to purchase, administer and interpret the TEA-Occ from Pearson TalentLens.

Pre-course requirements and course content:

BPS Test User, Occupational: Ability (Level A) is a pre-requisite to TEA-Occ training. If you do not already hold this qualification Pearson TalentLens offers 2-day accredited training for £849 plus VAT per person. 

Online Course Content:

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Introduction to the TEA-Occ and subtests
  • Background, development and standardisation
  • Scoring the test
  • Administration and scoring video
  • Q&A and close

Inhouse Course Content:

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Introduction to the TEA-Occ and subtests
  • Background, development and standardisation
  • Completion of the test by delegates
  • Test administration practical
  • Scoring the test
  • Scoring practical
  • Q&A and close

 

About the trainer

Lucy
Sharp

Lucy is a Business Psychologist who completed her MSc in Occupational Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London. With a background in HR and consulting, she has had experience with a wide range of both ability and personality assessments.