Assessment Centre Experience (ACE)

Event details

Date:

1 November 2021

End date:

25 November 2021

Contact:

Careers and Employment
recruit@herts.ac.uk

+44 (0)1707 284791

Admission:

FREE

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ACE is an ISE award winning mock assessment centre simulation, ran in partnership with Smart Resourcing Solutions. ACE has been recognised as one of the largest mock assessment centre simulations in the UK and was attended by over 3000 students of the University of Hertfordshire in 2020.

The award-winning Assessment Centre Experience (ACE) is a digital mock assessment centre simulation, ran in partnership with Smart Resourcing Solutions.  ACE will host 3,000  second-year students from almost all of the subject areas within the University of Hertfordshire and take them through a typical graduate digital assessment centre. Students will be assessed by a mix of professional and employer assessors and will receive feedback on each element of the assessment.

How you can support

We are looking for employers to show their support for student development and assess at the digital assessment centre. It’s a fantastic opportunity to promote your business, share your expertise and spot future graduate talent.

How will it work

You will assess remotely using a digital assessment centre platform and Zoom video conferencing. Training on how to use the platforms will be provided along with assessor joining instructions, login details, a technical support guide and helpline.

To find out more about this exciting opportunity, please see our ACE video .

“Attending the ACE Event was really beneficial for the Public Health England Biomedical Science Placement Programme. It was a good opportunity to meet with potential candidates and talk about the opportunities we have. As a result of attending, we increased the number of applications from UH students.” Public Health England