Our films are unique – and perfect for developing your skills.

“HOW DO YOU RATE?” is a practical, 35 minute film which we have made to illustrate and explain how Performance Rating can help in improving productivity.

It offers a very practical explanation of this technique used in the measurement of work. Although the subject matter is very serious, our film delivers its message in a relaxed and entertaining way. Above all, it is designed to be informative, practical and memorable.

Within 20 minutes viewers have the opportunity to see various tasks and assess performance, using the criteria explained in the film. We have also included sequences at the end of the film to test your rating technique.


The film “HOW DO YOU RATE?” is ideal for you if your organisation

  • Already uses Performance Rating but many employees, including managers and supervisors need a clearer, consistent understanding and appreciation of what it is and how it can help them
  • Wants to demonstrate Standard Performance and recognises the need to explain it to all employees
  • Needs to show how Performance Rating is used to relate to Standard Performance and adjusts the time taken to determine work content

We would encourage every industry to use this film
if they want to improve productivity in their workplace.

“HOW DO YOU RATE?”

is available for purchase at £335 plus VAT or streamed for short term access (ask us for details).

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What does Standard Performance look like?

We have produced a 12 minute film called “Standard Performance” which includes a range of real-life activities filmed in various industries. All the activities are assessed at 100 – Standard Performance. Viewers can also compare these with similar activities at less than 100 and greater than 100. We use these on our training courses for Rating analysts and in certain customer situations. “Standard Performance” is available for is available for purchase at £85 plus VAT or streamed for short term access (ask us for details). “Standard Performance” can be ordered here.

What is Standard Performance?

Rating films for professional analysts

We have a comprehensive series of Rating films, which has been recently extended. There is no equivalent in the UK. We have filmed examples of real jobs being undertaken in the workplace in a wide range of industries. These digital films are used on Scott-Grant open or in-company Performance Rating Clinics. They are not for sale.

Rating films for professional analysts

We have a comprehensive series of Rating films, which has been recently extended. There is no equivalent in the UK. We have filmed examples of real jobs being undertaken in the workplace in a wide range of industries. These digital films are used on Scott-Grant open or in-company Performance Rating Clinics. They are not for sale.

Tools for the productivity professional

Time Study board from Scott-Grant

Time Study board

A custom made, ergonomically designed Time Study board, suitable for left or right handed practitioners. This practical, sturdy but lightweight item takes both manual and electronic stopwatches; it can secure up to A4 size study sheets. £18.00 plus VAT and shipping.


Study watches from Scott-Grant

Watches

We offer both mechanical and electronic stopwatches for sale.

Mechanical centiminute flyback stopwatch £76,

Universal clip for mechanical watch £10,

Mechanical stopwatch, clip and Time Study board £99,

Electronic milliminute stopwatch and clip £62,
and with Time Study board £80.

VAT and shipping are extra.

Don’t forget!

Every professional person needs to ensure they are operating to the highest levels of accuracy. For those using Performance Rating this is particularly crucial.

We are keen to ensure that productivity practitioners are as accurate and up to date as possible so we offer a number of opportunities to check their accuracy and trends and to renew their ANNUAL CERTIFICATION.

Performance Rating clinics, lasting one day, can be run throughout the UK as in-company or open courses.

See the full schedule of open rating clinics held in Manchester, Motherwell, Bristol and Stansted.