MSCEIT

Accreditation

Build skills, capacity and knowledge for individuals and organisations

Learn how to assess emotional intelligence with the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT), the only abilities-based test measuring pure emotional intelligence.

The MSCEIT Report provides a complete picture of a person’s real emotional intelligence abilities and includes reflective activities and tangible personal development strategies. This programme is particularly for those who want to be able to use and debrief the test to support the development of others.

Features

  • High-quality, face to face training, with pre-reading and post assessment activities

  • The learning can adapt to suit your organisational needs

  • Abilities assessment measuring pure emotional intelligence

  • A thorough understanding of emotional intelligence

  • Works easily beside other assessment tools and competency frameworks

  • Practical, experiential, learning

  • Built from a decade of theoretical and empirical research

  • Practical activities to bring the science of emotions to life

  • Practice debriefs to encourage confidence

  • Can integrate into coaching, training and leadership development programmes

  • The MSCEIT tool is similar to an IQ test for emotional reasoning

Benefits
QualificationEquips people with the professional level knowledge, experience and expertise to understand, interpret and debrief the MSCEIT
Value for moneyAvailable as a public programme or as a cost-effective in-house offering
Competitive advantageAttendees will benefit from a greater understanding of EI, and how it can improve culture, relationships,  and performance

Recent feedback on our virtual live classroom sessions:

“I have been facilitating for over 20 years and currently doing lots of webinars with others, and you have absolutely nailed this program both as a style and content delivery.  Well done and I so look forward to our sessions.”

The International Coach Federation accredits MSCEIT Accreditation for 24 CCEUs (18.5 core competency hours and 5.5 resource development hours) toward ongoing professional development for ICF ACC-level coaches and higher.