Introduction
Komal Hiranandani, Intern Psychologist, PsyAsia International & University of Adelaide presented a PsyAsia webinar during December 2008.  There is a small fee payable to reflect the download of this file.  The fee will allow you to access the webinar for up to 10 days. 

Aims and objectives
The selection and interviewing webinar provides individuals with an overview of interview styles. An outline of different selection methods is covered. The common mistakes and misconceptions within the interviewing process and the basic guidelines for conducting an interview are reviewed. By the end of the webinar individuals will have a better knowledge about the interview and selection process and how it can be applied in real world settings.

Outline of webinar
-Selection methods
-Guidelines for testing
-Purpose of interviews
-Interviewing styles
-Common mistakes of interviewing
-How to conduct an interview

Contains
-Narrated interactive slides

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-1 hour

Enrollment period
-10 days

This course is for those who have attended our Behavior Based Interviewing Workshop within the last 30 days. Please use the enrollment code provided by your facilitator to gain complimentary access to the course slides.

Introduction
Derek Lui, Intern Psychologist with PsyAsia International Singapore & Murdoch University presented this PsyAsia webinar. There is a small fee payable to reflect the download of this file. The fee will allow you to access the webinar for up to 10 days.

About the webinar
This webinar introduces attendees to competencies and how to conduct competency profiling, along with research on the effectiveness of the procedure and outcomes.

Outline of webinar
Explaining Competencies
• What is Competency Profiling?
• Why use Competency Profiling?
• Process of Identifying Competencies
• Methods of Identifying Competencies
• Process of Utilizing Competencies for Selection
• How does it help in Recruitment and Selection?
• Research on the effectiveness of Competency Profiling in Recruitment and Selection
• Other areas of Utility for Competency Profiling

Contains
-Recorded webinar (slides, narration and Q&A session)
-Additional 6 minute video demonstration of how to use O*NET online in generating competencies/job descriptions

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-1 hour

Enrollment period
-10 days

Introduction
Komal Hiranandani, Intern Psychologist, PsyAsia International & University of Adelaide presented this PsyAsia webinar during January 2009. There is a small fee payable to reflect the download of this file. The fee will allow you to access the webinar for up to 10 days.

Aims and objectives
Job analysis involves factors which directly relate to the world in which we work. A job analysis defines the requirements of a particular job such as the duties and responsibilities involved. The webinar will provide individuals with understanding the process of designing a job analysis and the crucial role it plays within an organization. The main objective is to present an overview of the steps involved in the job analysis process and present the importance of recognizing the value of identifying relevant skills and competencies necessary for jobs.

Outline of webinar
-Definition of a job analysis
-What is the purpose of job analysis?
-Job analysis techniques
-How to write a job analysis
-Examples
-Implications to the organization and employee

Contains
-Recorded webinar (slides, narration and Q&A session)

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-1 hour

Enrollment period
-10 days

Introduction
Komal Hiranandani, Intern Psychologist, PsyAsia International & University of Adelaide presented this PsyAsia webinar during December 2008. There is a small fee payable to reflect the download of this file. The fee will allow you to access the webinar for up to 10 days.

Aims and objectives
Employees are motivated by several factors which have to be considered when evaluating performance, as motivation can affect productivity and the way employees work. The employee motivation webinar aims to provide individuals with an understanding of the basic theories of motivation and how they can be practically applied to the world of work. An introduction to the topic will be beneficial for anyone working in a business environment as understanding motivation concepts might explain why certain individuals perform better than others when placed in the same environment.

Outline of webinar
-Definition of motivation
-Factors involved affecting motivation
-Theories of motivation
-Application to the environment

Contains
-Recorded webinar (slides, narration and Q&A session)

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-1 hour

Enrollment period
-10 days

Introduction
This is a recording of an online learning event designed by PsyAsia Internatinal especially for recruitment consultants but also relevant to anybody working in recruitment. The webinar was conducted by Dr. Graham Tyler.
 
About the webinar
This event covers some basic principles in recruitment and selection.  Despite being basic, the principles are essential in ensuring integrity in delivery of service to the client of a recruitment consultant.  In our work in Asia we come across many recruitment consultants each week.  We value them as clients and recognise from our interactions that much of what they are doing goes against best practice and wish to help! This webinar aims to address some of these issues and will cover topics such as:

Outline of webinar
- What information do I need from my client?
- What questions should I be asking my client when I meet with them?
- How do I do a brief job analysis?
- What is a person specification? Why is it important?
- How do I produce a person specification if my client doesn't give me one?
- How do I choose which psychometric test(s) to use?
- Basic Behavioural Interviewing skills
- What other assessments could I use?
- Is there an easy way to collate all of my data on multiple candidates and rank order it for presentation to my client?

Contains
-Recorded webinar (slides & narration)

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-1 hour

Enrollment period
-10 days

*FREE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED OUR IN-HOUSE OR PUBLIC COURSE WITHIN THE LAST 30 DAYS AND WHO HAVE OBTAINED THE ENROLLMENT KEY FROM THEIR INTERNAL LIAISON. NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHERS.*

Introduction
Slides with full narration for PsyAsia's Time and Performance Management course. It is only available to public and in-house course attendees.  To register for this course, you will need a code provided by your internal liaison with PsyAsia (i.e., the person who booked us!). Once you have this, registration is FREE although no support is offered.

Contains
-Slides with narration
-Private forum and live chat for your group (i.e., your organisation for in-house courses or your co-delegates for public courses). Here you can chat about the course and putting learning into practice after the course. This helps to reinforce learning.

Languages
-English

Estimated time to complete
-3 hours

Enrollment period
-30 days