Our Clerical Officer online course is a one of a kind comprehensive course aimed at helping candidates prepare for the selection stages of various Clerical Officer recruitment competitions. Our online course is excellent preparation for National Civil Service Clerical Recruitment Competitions and many other Clerical Officer competitions including those run by County Councils. The selection stages can vary between areas and type of position (permanent / temporary).
The selection stages of these recruitment campaigns can include Assessment Questionnaires, Aptitude Tests and Competency-Based Interviews, all of which are covered in our expertly designed online course!
In our expertly designed one of a kind course you will have the opportunity to learn about and practice the types of tests which are used in the recruitment of clerical officers in Ireland.
Whilst generally focused on the national recruitment campaigns carried out by the Civil Service our course is and has been excellent preparation for various other clerical competitions including ones with the HSE and City & County Council competitions, as well as others.
This course does not just help you prepare for one single recruitment campaign. Instead you can use it to prepare for the numerous clerical officer recruitment campaigns that take place nationally and regionally throughout the year.
- Gain confidence
- Practice at your own pace around your own time
- Fantastic value
- Created by industry experts with over 30+ years of experience
- 1000+ practice questions
- Instant and Unlimited Access for 12 months
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This module helps you understand:
Situational Judgment Test Exercises are also included which will help you to prepare for the assessment.
Four expertly designed comprehensive modules featuring everything you need to be successful at the interview.
Module 1: Understanding
Module 2: Preparing
Module 3: Performing
Module 4: Video Interviews
This is incredible value for a course that can be used for various competitions that may arise.