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Development with Trait The Trait one day Development course is designed to give the user the necessary fundamental knowledge and practice to use Trait for all development contexts, whether for individuals or on behalf of organisations who wish to develop their staff. This does not require any pre-coursework apart from the Trait foundations. Once you have attended the one day selection workshop you will be able to: Introduce Trait competently as a means to developing individuals. Competently interpret Trait scale scores to provide accurate and appropriate descriptions of personality. Use the Trait scales to hypothesise potential development needs for these scores. Prepare and conduct an exploratory development feedback session for two people. Prepare written development reports of Trait results for test takers and for their organisations. Have an understanding of typical development methods and recommending appropriate actions based on the results of Trait and the interview. Details as below: Venue: These are held in central Birmingham. Dates: Each Development course will be held once a month. The course takes 1 day. Delegate numbers : We keep these very small at 6 per course to ensure quality of delivery. Price: courses are very competitively priced at ?149 each. With each course you also get 5 free trait assessments to use with your clients to get you started - this is worth 140 pounds. Courses paid in full at time of booking. If you take both courses this exempts you from most of the formal Level B qualification should you wish to gain full accreditation.

Development with Trait The Trait one day Development course is designed to give the user the necessary fundamental knowledge and practice to use Trait for all development contexts, whether for individuals or on behalf of organisations who wish to develop their staff. This does not require any pre-coursework apart from the Trait foundations. Once you have attended the one day selection workshop...

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