LAP-2 consists of 8 two-hour online sessions, spread over 18 weeks. Between sessions, you will be assigned homeplay that generally takes 3-4 hours to complete. (The presentation assignments in Modules 5, 7, & 8 may take longer to prepare.) The spacing between modules is intentional, allowing ample time between sessions for you to apply and reflect. (You do not have to complete LAP-1 to take LAP-2.)
Each module is facilitated by a team of talented and experienced consultants and educators.
The first module of LAP-2 begins with an introduction to the course, including a review of the syllabus and clarification of the requirements for successful completion and accreditation. We'll also examine the rationale for Lectica's decision to expand its role in recruitment, explore the history of HR, and take a close look at Lectica's Human Capital Value Chain.
Statistics are essential in the development, evaluation, and selection of assessments. They also play a huge role in justifying the use of assessments in high stakes contexts like recruitment. In this module, we will prepare you to explain the validity and reliability of Lectical Assessments, compare the validity and reliability of our assessments with the validity and reliability of other assessments, help clients make better assessment choices, and help clients use assessments appropriately.
Informal assessment has been part of recruitment since the first person was hired. But it wasn't much more than 100 years ago that formal metrics began to emerge. From the beginning, these formal metrics have been used to add value to human judgment. In this module, we'll look at highlights from the history of recruitment and recruitment assessment, examine the veracity of claims about various forms of recruitment assessment, and begin a discussion of how assessments can most effectively be integrated into recruitment processes.
In this module, we introduce LecticaFirst, our front-line to mid-level recruitment subscription service. You will learn about the components of LecticaFirst, the validity and reliability of the LecticaFirst assessment, how LecticaFirst can be integrated into existing recruitment processes, how to add value to LecticaFirst measurements, how to market LecticaFirst, and the mechanics of working with LecticaFirst to enable clients to make the best possible recruitment decisions.
In this module, we introduce LeadSuite, a trio of tools for mid-level to executive leader recruitment. You will learn about three LeadSuite products, the validity and reliability of LeadSuite assessments, how LeadSuite can be integrated into existing senior recruitment processes, how to debrief LeadSuite results, and how to market the LeadSuite.
Participants will pitch the LeadSuite and present capability, fitness, and compatibility assessment results.
There is no final assignment for this course. Instead, you will complete assignments for each module at a level that demonstrates adequate understanding. (You will be invited to revise less than satisfactory assignments.)
In order to be accredited at any level, participants must demonstrate:
The course fee is $2,789 US, due by February 15, 2018.
To be accredited, participants will need to have personally completed a Lectical Assessment and a debrief by a Lectica Master Consultant. If you have not taken a Lectical Assessment, there will be an additional fee of $625 to cover this requirement. If you have completed an assessment but not a debrief, a fee of $325 will cover the debrief. If you have already completed both, you're all set.
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