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Andy_K  
#1 Posted : 16 May 2020 18:23:11(UTC)
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Andy_K

Hi all, After finally passing my IPD, I am now booked onto peer review, which admittedly am a little bit nervous about. I’m trying to do my research into what sort of questions I will be asked. I have browsed at threads and understand I am likely to be asked core safety questions. I understand these will be questions based around policy and procedures, risk assessment, accident investigation, monitoring/measuring performance. To me these are questions based around the old popimra acronym(yes I know we have switched to plan do check act) Are there likely to be any other subjects I am hit with? I am studying hard by creating potential questions that I could be asked. With regards to core questions have I covered most of them or will I be asked something that could really stump me? I am studying the code of conduct. Thank you in advance.
Wailes900134  
#2 Posted : 17 May 2020 06:24:19(UTC)
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Wailes900134

Hi Andy, Many branches have people who specialise in this specific support area but in lockdown this may not help much. Staffordshire branch did make a video of a mock interview a while back which I believe can be found on YouTube.
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