Want to write better Selection Criteria? You’ve come to the right place. Criterial is the place for next-level Selection Criteria training and strategies.
Criterial was started by Richard Branch in 2018 because of frustration with conducting recruitment process for government roles.
Good candidates not getting shortlisted because they can’t complete government selection criteria is not good enough. The choice was to sit and complain, or, do something about fixing it. Criterial was born.
Knowledge from 20 years of government recruitment training and experience, as well as reading thousands of responses to selection criteria has been put into Criterial’s online courses.
These have helped hundreds of applicants by giving them access to that knowledge in easy to follow, self paced, cheap online courses. The courses take you step by step through the process and learning what and how to respond to selection criteria.
What’s in The Courses?
The courses begin with reading a position description, including all the important value and mission content.
They cover understanding what the role requires, and how you can apply your experience to that, with a written response using the STAR method.
They also cover understanding your key career examples, and using them in both applications and job interviews.
About Criterial’s History
Initially assisting people on AirTasker and later formatting the same advice and skills into an online training format, he breaks the application process down into easy to follow, step by step, 3-4 minute lessons, and, applies his decades of experience into explaining to you what you need to know and how to apply it.
These are online courses that you can take when it’s convenient for you. You’ll learn the specific skills across the whole application process:
- Reading the position description
- Picking the work experience you’ve had that will showcase your skills
- Using STAR model to write an easy to read, on point application
The aim is to get an interview for the role you want today, and in the future.