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EPSO Case Study Webinar for AD5, AD7 & AST3

  • Perfect preparation for all EPSO Administrator and AST3 profiles
     
  • Methodology of getting the highest score in your case study
     
  • How to structure your time during the case study, managing difficulties
     
  • Preparation of resources, useful websites, background reading informatio 
     
  • 4 Case Study Samples and Feedback Included
     
  • Questions/answers recorded, follow-up memo available
 

EPSO AD/AST3 Case Study Recording

"It was well organised, specific and provided lots of useful information. I was very satisfied."
Katerina, Greece

When:

  • 90-minute webinar recording, available any time for up to 50 days

Where:

  • online, available from anywhere in the world

How to join:

  • apply and we send you the link to the recording and background materials

How to ask questions:

  • via live chat during the event, via email after the event

Who should attend:

  • candidates admitted to the assessment centre for EPSO AD5 and AD7 competitions
  • candidates admitted to the assessment centre for EPSO AST3 competitions
  • Relevant for all profiles:

Lecturer:

  • Andras Baneth
  

Topics covered:

  • Why case studies are used by EPSO
  • The reason why the case study is special in the assessment system
  • The scoring approach applied by EPSO and why it is important to know
  • Structure of the exercise and how to make the most of it
  • Time management tips, maximising your scores
  • Content rules, what to write and what to avoid
  • Terminology, layout and other crucial tips
  • Preparation resources, useful websites, books
  • Live questions and answers with the expert
     
  • 4 Case Study Samples and Feedback Included
  • Free follow-up advice and background memo
  
 

Technical information:

  • Available on any internet-connected computer in the world
  • Browser: Firefox 3 or above, or Internet Explorer 6 or above, Google Chrome
  • Voice via computer speakers or headset
  • Operating system: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or Mac OS X
  • Preferably cable or fast internet connection
  • Adobe Flash player (already installed on 98% of computers worldwide)

 

 

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