DISC Certification Course
This video certification course will guide you through all the most important facts and features behind the DISC profiling system, taking you from first principles to the point where you can actively interpret DISC profiles for yourself. Along the way, you'll discover:
|The principles behind the DISC system|
|How a DISC questionnaire works|
|Details about each of the four DISC factors|
|Useful tools to help create an interpretation|
|A practical overview of DISC in recruitment|
|Integrated self-testing helps reinforce course content|
|Provides full Discus certification on course completion|
Before you can start the Introduction to DISC course, you'll first need to register. Just click the 'Register now' button opposite to set up a passcode for the course.
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The DISC Certification Course consists of four sessions comprising more than three hours' worth of video training material and learning aids.
The course also includes a complete set of interactive exercises to help you review course content, as well as certification of completion. All this is available for just $499 (+ VAT where applicable)
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The course is designed to be run in four separate sessions, but it's flexible enough that you can learn at your a pace that suits you. Inside An Introduction to DISC, you'll find thirteen units covering all these topics:
- Getting Started
- First Principles
- The DISC Questionnaire
- A First Look at DISC Graphs
- DISC Graphs, Factors and Sub-traits
- The Dominance Factor
- The Influence Factor
- The Steadiness Factor
- The Compliance Factor
- Factors in Combination
- The Profile Series and Shifts
- DISC in Practice: Examples
Each of these units has its own set of interactive exercises as well as a set of training notes for you to download and keep. At the end of the entire course there's an extensive final set of exercises; complete those, and you'll be provided with your own customised certificate.
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