Behavior Based
Interview Training Courses

Great interviewers are made not born … said in a different way…if you want recruiters and hiring managers to make great hiring decisions, they need the totalView Behavior Based Interviewing Toolkit.

Behavioral Based Interviewing Training Courses

Behavior Based Interviewing Training

Interviewing is a skill, and just like becoming a brain surgeon it takes quality instruction and lots of practice to truly become an expert. The totalView™ Toolkit teaches the OMNIview patented “Behavior Based Interviewing” approach, which is the most complete interviewing process in the world.

Behavior Based Interviewing allows you to structure both behavioral interview questions AND the many other critical non-behavioral questions you need to have answered to truly assess a candidate’s “fit”.

Vado partnered with the OMNIview team to create bite sized e-learning courses that build the skills needed to successfully interview for fit and get a totalView™ of the candidate. With six courses, covering six topic areas, interviewers and hiring managers now have the tools they need to be successful interviewers.

The following six courses make up the totalView™ e-learning Toolkit

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Interviewing Basics
Discover what interviewers must do to make a good hiring decision.

Building our skills to conduct behavioral interviews will help us make the best hiring decision.

In this course you’ll learn about the fundamentals required for behavioral interviewing.
Recognizing Behavior Responses
Learn how to interview for a behavioral response.

While all types of interview questions can provide valuable information, behavioral description questions are far superior when it comes to predictable job success. The best strategy for maximizing the results from a pre-employment interview is to use the Blended Interview™.

This course will teach you how to conduct a successful Blended Interview™ using behavioral descriptive questions, to enable you to ask the right questions, to get the right information, to make the best hiring decision.
Evaluating Candidate Responses
Find out how to evaluate candidate responses.

In order to hire the right person for any job, you must be able to accurately and effectively rate their skills and capabilities during the interview process. Using behavior based questions and good follow-up questions can help you gather the information you need to evaluate competencies.

This course will build your skills and capabilities to evaluate candidate responses to make great hiring decisions.
Conducting Professional Interviews
Build your skills to conduct effective behavioral based interviews.

There are five key steps for conducting a behavioral based interview. This course will review each of these steps and help you prepare for your next interview using these critical steps. When you take the time to prepare for an interview, you will be better equipped and ready to apply these essential techniques and thus conduct a more successful interview.
The Blended Interview Process
Learn how to truly assess a candidate’s fit for the position.

The Blended Interview™ is a pattered, yet flexible interview that elicits the varieties of information needed to make an informed selection decision. And even though non-behavioral questions can be helpful in gathering information, Behavioral Description Questions provide the richest, most useful information to assess a candidate’s fit for a role.

For this course, you will pull together all the information you’ve learned so far and focus your energy towards conducting effective Blended Interviews™.
The Legal Aspects of Interviewing
Understand what you need to know from a legal perspective when interviewing candidates.

Interviewing brings legal responsibilities. It’s up to you and your organization to make hiring and promotion decisions based on a fair and legally credible system. Interviewing is subject to both state and federal laws, which define legal and illegal practices in all aspects of hiring. It is important to check for any state hiring regulations that might apply.

This course will present the information you need for these main federal regulations, as well as information to help guide your interviewing questions. Use this information as you plan each and every interview you’ll perform.

Key Course Benefits

Short bite sized learning content
Some call it granular, others call it chunked. They mean the same thing  - learners want short learning courses. Study after study shows that taking in information in small bite sized chunks leads to increased learner retention. The market has been recognizing this trend of shorter and shorter learning courses, and providers have shortened e-learning courses from 4 hours to 1 hour to 30 minutes. Our learning content takes this trend to the next step to meet the demands of learners.

Development happens on the job
Research shows that 70 - 80% of learning happens on the job. Our learning courses leverage the natural way people learn. The combination of short instructional videos followed by downloadable step by step on-the-job Implementation Guides helps the learner put into practice the instruction they just completed.

Self paced, learner focused
Because our content is delivered in bite sized modules, learners have "just the right amount of information" when they want it. Additionally, learners have choices. First, they can choose what to develop and then can choose from 5 courses for each development area.

Optimized for the mobile learner
Mobile means two things: technology and the learner experience. Our learning content is optimized for both meanings. From a technology standpoint, our content is viewable from all hand held devices. From a learner experience perspective, small bite sized videos fit the mobile learners' requirement of not having to watch long videos on their hand held device.

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