ECC-EL 302 (AUD) Emergency Communications Center Entry-level Test

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Administration Fee Notice

Unless otherwise noted, all test orders are subject to a $97 base administration fee.

Test Number

ECC-EL 302 (AUD)

Time Limit

2 hours 24 minutes

Questions

100

Using simulated 911 calls and radio traffic to assess the critical abilities of candidates for entry-level public safety telecommunicator (PST), ECC-EL 302 (AUD) becomes a valuable tool in your hiring process.

ECC-EL 302 (AUD) contains three subtests, which are listed below along with some of the competencies they assess.

  1. Ability to Listen, Remember and Respond to Verbal Information. Candidates receive information in three stages: resource materials to review audio of a roll-call briefing, and a series of incoming calls and radio traffic. They are asked to take detailed notes throughout, which will enable them to answer multiple-choice questions based on the information received.

  2. Ability to Use Situational Judgment. Candidates are presented with written scenarios depicting situations PSTs might encounter. They are then asked to answer a series of multiple-choice questions by drawing reasonable conclusions and following a logical course of action in response to the situation.

  3. Ability to Learn and Apply Information. Candidates are presented with written job-related materials, such as policy and procedure statements and training materials. They are then asked to answer a series of multiple-choice questions to determine their ability to learn and apply new information. Additionally, candidates are assessed on their ability to demonstrate an understanding of the overall meaning of a paragraph, as well as vocabulary recognition.

Content Items

Ability to Listen, Remember and Respond to Verbal Information


50
Ability to Use Situational Judgment 25
Ability to Learn and Apply Information 25
Total 100

 

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