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About the UK-ACG


The UK Assessment Centre Group (UK-ACG) is a special interest group of people with a keen interest, knowledge and experience in the Assessment Centre method.




The History and Purpose of the UK-ACG


The UK-ACG was launched at the first UK Assessment Centre Conference in November 2013 with the following aims:


  • Promote professional use of Assessment Centre (AC) methodology and Assessment Centre standards

  • Facilitate exchange of experience, views, opinions and skills through multiple channels

  • Stimulate research about the AC technique

  • Ensure ACs are applied ethically and professionally

  • Ensure application of ACs in the UK keeps pace with global and technological developments

  • Ensure diversity and equality issues are fully integrated into AC practice

  • Encourage participation by all groups with an interest in AC practice

  • To organise a regular UK Assessment Centre Conference to drive latest thinking and approaches, share knowledge and experiences, and to network with like-minded people


The UK-ACG Committee


The UK-ACG is run by a committee of volunteers with the current members being:


  • Caroline Turner (Peoplewise Ltd)

  • Charlie Eyre (Workspheres Ltd.)

  • Daryl Murray (Cubiks) – Chair

  • Heather Coop (Korn Ferry Hay Group)

  • Fleur Scott (Propel Interrntional)

  • Katherine Maynard (Cubiks)

  • Laura Empey (Civil Service)

  • Max Choi (Quest Partnership)

  • Nigel Povah (Independent)

  • Philippa Riley (PSI)

  • Phil Wilson (Civil Service Fast Stream)

  • Sonia Pawson (UK Government Recruitment Service)


The UK-ACG has relationships/affiliations with the following organisations:



Corporate Affiliates

The following organisations are Corporate Affiliates of the UK-ACG.


As a non-profit organisation, the UK-ACG is reliant upon the goodwill and support of its volunteer committee members and the occasional financial support provided by their employers. Additional funds are obtained from sponsors of our regular UK Assessment Centre conference.


If you are interested in supporting the work we do or sponsoring our conference then please contact Nigel Povah.


Constitution of the UK-ACG


The UK-ACG’s constitution can be found here.


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