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Standard User Aldo77
(newbie) Sun 31-Mar-19 19:29:12
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[re: crn] [link to this post]
 
brilliant, cheers for your help mate
Standard User D3onk
(newbie) Sun 31-Mar-19 19:40:51
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What week are you on at the moment bud
Standard User Samm32
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 08:55:18
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Is there anyone still waiting for an assessment day in Yarnfield or West Midlands iv been waiting over 2 months now and still havenít heard anything


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Standard User Ekbarkero
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 10:18:55
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Still waiting for an assessment day.. not sure what area I fit into as I live on the border of Yorkshire and Derbyshire.. was moved into tier 2 on February 26th and nothing since then..
Standard User crn
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 13:39:03
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Just received the below email:

"I am pleased to say you were successful at passing the assessment centre, well done!



We are now just finalising our campaign, and we expect to have all our locations confirmed in the very near future.



We will be in contact with you as soon as that work has concluded in the next week or so to discuss next steps."

Over the moon is an understatement, I was actually quivering with excitement when I first received the email laugh

Anyone else that attended assessment centres on Friday get theirs yet?
Standard User SFast
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 14:26:28
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[re: crn] [link to this post]
 
Well done mate. I got the same email, chuffed to bits. Hopefully not take to long to get a staet date. I was in Preston Friday PM. Was suprised to get result so fast. How did you do on maths and english? It said i had working toward level 2 for both.
Standard User crn
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 14:34:14
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I was in Preston Friday PM too - I'll PM you

For English I had a mix of Level 1 and Level 2 and for Maths was all Level 2. I've read on this forum that Level 1 is highest and level 3 is lowest but that could just be hearsay
Standard User SFast
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 14:48:40
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[re: crn] [link to this post]
 
My advice for anyone attending future assessment....

If you are nervous when you arrive, you wont be after 5 minutes. The assessors where excellent and made you feel comfortable from the start.

Dont wear a suit, they will ask you to remove ties at the begining. Just wear smart casual as recommended on invite. Smart trousers, smart shirts and shoes is a good combi.

Just relax and be yourself, thats what they want to see.

Make a note of the dates you have any holidays booked as they will ask.

If they ask what your doing this weekend, good answers dont include "drinking" lol.
Standard User Leenicko
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 18:04:28
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[re: crn] [link to this post]
 
Where abouts did you have your assessment and where abouts are you from?
I got an email saying I passed but no jobs currently in my postcode
Standard User SFast
(newbie) Mon 01-Apr-19 18:27:09
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I went to Preston, came from north east.
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