Students will develop a critical understanding of the use of psychological assessments in the field of Industrial Psychology and the ability to apply this in the work context with regard to career advancement, personal development, recruitment and selection. They will cultivate an understanding of ethical conduct and be capable of a responsible appraisal of psychological assessment tools that comply with South African conditions and legislation. Students will be able to develop assessment centres to meet the performance needs of contemporary organisations. Students will develop an in-depth knowledge of different career coaching interventions, including life skills and career development principles. The module emphasizes the complexities of the South African context and indigenous knowledge systems in the development of life skills and careers.
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