Help your clients choose a career with confidence! There are over 36,729 careers and 284 academic majors in North America today. Deciding on a career is one of the most difficult and important decisions a person has to make. Our career and educational planning tools examine an individual's unique set of interests and his/her work-oriented personality, and matches this information to well-suited academic and career paths. These high-quality assessments are in use in schools and career counselling facilities worldwide.
The AIA was designed to assist adolescents and individuals with employment challenges in identifying satisfying careers. Written at the grade three reading level using large type, the AIA is ideal for people with barriers to employment due to educational, physical, emotional, cognitive and psychiatric conditions.
The CDI identifies an individual's unique interest pattern and matches those interests to academic and career paths. The CDI is an accurate, easy to understand, sex-fair assessment with broad applicability to business, service, professional and technical occupations.
The JVIS is a comprehensive, accurate, sex-fair assessment that pinpoints which academic and career fields would be best suited for individuals based on their unique sets of interests. It is well suited for people whose career path includes a four year university degree. It is also appropriate for individuals considering a mid-career change.
The SDS was designed to assist students and adults with career exploration and educational and career planning. Individuals answer questions about their aspirations, activities, competencies, occupations, and other self-estimates and discover occupations that best fit their interests and skills.
RPP 's career surveys are available online at SigmaTesting.Com.
The Jackson Vocational Interest Survey matches your clients' interests with the right careers and college majors, giving them the tools they need to plan a successful and rewarding career.
Featuring noted counsellor Marc Verhoeve, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.
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