Where will The Process be held?
The Process will be held in a remote location in Ontario, Canada. The closest major airport is in Toronto. Attendees will be given the exact meeting coordinates in their initial package once they have registered. They will be responsible for getting to these coordinates on their own. A bus will pick up the attendees at exactly 1200 hours on 10 MAY ’19 to take the group to their final destination.
What do I need to participate?
Before we accept your registration, you must be interviewed by one of our special ops individuals. Logistics will reach out to you to schedule this call.
If you are selected to participate, you must:
- Be willing to provide a background check or police certificate before the event
- Get a physician’s sign-off that you are healthy enough to participate which includes a bloodwork check to ensure every participant and staff’s safety. HIV testing (must include p24 antigen and HIV 1+2 antibodies), Hepatitis B testing (negative Hep B Surface Antigen [HBsAg]), and Hepatitis C.
- An up upfront payment of $5K or (3) monthly payments of $1667 to fulfill our contract.
What is included in the cost?
The following will be provided for the 8-day undertaking:
- Transportation (Attendees are responsible for their own transportation to and from the coordinates which will be provided in the initial package)
The following items will be provided for the 8-day undertaking but must be returned at completion:
- Sleeping system
- Climbing system
- Navigation equipment
- Other undisclosed items needed to attempt completion of the Process
What happens if I quit?
If you remove yourself due to weakness of mind, body or spirit, you will not receive a refund.
If you get injured, our medics will deem it safe or unsafe for you to continue with The Process. If you are removed due to what our medical professionals deem to be an unsafe injury, you will be invited to make a second attempt at the next serial at no additional cost. You will not receive a refund.
If you choose to remove yourself from the undertaking, logistics will transport you to a local hotel of our choosing. Any expense incurred for lodging is your responsibility.
What are some of the areas The Process is testing?
Situational Judgement Tests are a type of psychometric test which presents you with realistic (in this context) workplace situations and a variety of ways in which you could respond to them.
Situational judgement is an important element in a variety of life’s challenges. Implementing various situational judgement tests throughout the Process helps us to identify whether the individual is likely to react to trying situations in the most effective manner.
The big-five personality test has been used by psychologists for years in order to measure the strength of certain personable characteristics, the accuracy of which has led to its use by prospective employers and recruitment companies.
By creating situations where a candidate’s “true colors” shine through, we are able to get a much more accurate reading on the big-5 personality traits.
Inductive reasoning tests measure your ability to logically and rationally solve problems based on observed patterns.
Psychological research has found that inductive reasoning tests are highly valid measures of a person’s cognitive ability and therefore is a frequently used selection tool in some elite organizations.
Numerical reasoning is the ability to understand and draw a logical conclusion from numerical data. Psychometric research has found that numerical reasoning tests are powerful predictors of high-performance.
Mechanical reasoning tests measure an individual’s ability to understand and solve mechanical, physical and technical problems. We will assess the candidate’s ability to work with pulleys, pivots, weights, forces, fluid and other mechanical/physical principles under distress.
Verbal reasoning is the ability to understand, comprehend and critically evaluate written or verbally communicated information. Verbal reasoning tests typically provide a passage of information, around a paragraph in length, and require candidates to answer questions related to the information presented in that passage or to simply follow directions under distress.
Critical thinking tests measure an individual’s ability to analyze, conceptualize and reason effectively. Critical thinking tests will be used to measure critical thinking in a number of ways. They will often comprise of multiple different sub-tests within a single test.
The Resilience Tests determine the strengths of certain personality traits from the individual’s responses to them, which will provide a greater understanding of their current characteristics, helping to promote self-improvement by presenting areas of limitation.