Explore Learning - Assistant Centre Director Interview Questions & Answers
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- Positive 21/23
- Neutral 2/23
- Negative 0/23
Assistant Centre Director
Difficulty rating 60.0 / 100
Interview processThe interview process was very relaxed and definitely not something that you should be worried about; they are just looking for you to be yourself. I was nervous about the gym membership role-play but the interviewer got into character very well making it easier. Meeting the children was really enjoyable, you almost forget that you're in an interview. Just be sure to chat to them, ask them what they're learning etc.
Overall a great experience!
Most difficult questionWhich of the Visions and Values do you think is most important?
Interview tipsJust be yourself. They are looking for friendly, confident and approachable people. If you make sure you are well prepared for the interview and the assessment day you'll do absolutely fine. Also try to make sure you have some questions planned in advance to ask them to exemplify your interest in their company/the role.
Experiences at the assessment centreThe assessment centre was a very enjoyable day, totally relaxed but obviously still important. The other candidates were all very friendly, and it definitely helped to know that I wasn't in competition with any of them. We had our individual presentations at different times so there was a fair bit of waiting around and chatting! The maths and English tests were very basic, all below GCSE level. Near the end of the day we were told to write a random word on a piece of paper to give to another candidate who then had to speak about the word for a minute. This was probably the hardest part of the day! Finally, there was a group activity about saving people on a shipwreck. I really enjoyed my day, particularily the lunch at Zizzi's getting to know everybody.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
The interview had several stages first a one to one interview at a centre. This was competency based
The interview was comprised of 3 different sections and previous to the interview I had been contact
The start of the assessment centre day was a one on one interview, lasting approximately 20 minutes.
First off there was a phone interview, which was basically just a brief chat about expectations of t
I initially applied online through an application form which asked about my experience in relation t
The overall format was a general assessment centre, a competency based interview, group exercise and
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