PQIP Arctic Shores Assessment

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redandreatho
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I understand that the scores are not relevant on these assessments. I recently completed it twice in respect for a job as a Prison Officer - despite having prior experience of working in prisons, my application failed after doing these tests. Im now applying for the pqip programme with Probation and would imagine they are looking for similiar attributes to the prison service. Can anyone advise me on what approach to take on these tests for this role? A more cautious or more risky approach? Thanks
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Did you pass the Stage one online assessment ?
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Did you pass the Stage one online assessment ?
I did pass the skyrise city and application form stage. I have booked my place on the half day assessment centre for the end of June
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I did pass the skyrise city and application form stage. I have booked my place on the half day assessment centre for the end of June
How long did it take for your results to come after the Skyrise? I had a personality report but do you get a pass or any other info on it ? Like the stage one email?. Good luck for June x
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How long did it take for your results to come after the Skyrise? I had a personality report but do you get a pass or any other info on it ? Like the stage one email?. Good luck for June x
Yeah, I got the personality report from Arctic Shores (the developers of Skyrise City) pretty much immediately. It was probably about 4/5 weeks later that I got an email from MofJ stating I had been successful in getting through to the assessment centre and inviting me to upload ID/Right to work in the UK documents and then book an assessment centre slot.
From a few Facebook groups I'm in related to the pqip, quite a lot got emails the same day that I did, but others got emails over the following days/week. Also, I know a few applicants have got an email in the last couple of days stating they've been successful in getting through to the assessment centre, but unfortunately there are no places left on the assessment centre for intake 10 and they will be in touch in due course when the assessment centre slots open for intake 11.

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Hi sorry I didnt reply I didnt see your reply till now.( new to this) lol.

I done my assessment , received my personality report. I have done a telephone interview, Then a Teams meeting (video) interview where I Was offered a role. I have sent all my documents and she has processed them, Im now waiting for a link for Vetting.. My first day Training is supposed to start on the 26th this month followed by 1 weeks shadowing.. Im just panicking about not receiving the link yet although the final part was only processed on Tuesday.. I see lots of people waiting weeks even months for the vetting from SSCL . Mine is working in a prison so The vetting I imagine would be quite intense, Reading everyone elses posts how would less than 16 days work. Its saturday now so im assuming I wouldnt recieve any links to complete my disclosure until at least Monday. Even then it would be just 2 weeks till my start date . xoxox
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