Selection Interviewing: Ensuring Equity  -  SI

About this workshop

The interview is a vital step in the hiring process, so you want it to be as effective as possible. This workshop will focus on the essential skills of behavioural interviewing so that you can more effectively get to know your candidates and find the best fit for your team.

Learning Outcomes

Through group exercises, discussions and role-play within this workshop, participants will:

1. Develop questions and practice behavioural interviewing skills

2. Develop tools to select the best candidate for the position

3. Understand basic concepts of human rights, employment equity, and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy legislation

Participants will also review current Human Rights and Employment Equity legislation and discuss the objectives of UBC's policy on employment equity.

Audience

This workshop is designed for managers and administrators at UBC who currently have responsibility for the hiring and selection of staff.

Professional Development

Workshop Registration & Payment Guidelines

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Facilitation Team and Presenters

Lani McGill, Human Resources Advisor

Kathryn Stagg, Human Resources Advisor

Lindi Frost, Director of Employee Relations

Jude Tate, Director of Equity and Inclusion


Payment Forms Accepted:

  • Journal Voucher (JV)

  • Personal Cheque (payable to PD @ UBC Program).

  • Professional Development Funding Programs (Applicable to majority of staff employment groups at UBC)

    This course carries a mandatory $25 fee which facilitates the provision of course materials, tea/coffee; and light lunch for attendees


    Professional Development Funding Opportunities

    Depending on which UBC employee group you belong to, you may be eligible to access one of several professional development funding programs for this workshop. For information about the UBC PD funding programs, including guidelines and application procedures, click here

    For more information, please contact Workplace Learning Associate Winnie Kam

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