Mid-Career Professional Testing

Is it time for a change? Find out by trying one of our internet packages below. These can be taken from the comfort of your own home or office anytime!

Career Explorer

(Internet)

$99

Features

Career Occupational Preference System Interest Inventory (COPS-Professional)

The COPS Interest Inventory provides job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information, such as the O*NET or the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.

Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS)

The Career Ability Placement Survey is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional battery designed to measure vocationally relevant abilities. Each of the eight ability dimensions is keyed to entry requirements for most occupations in each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. CAPS scores are interpreted in terms of evaluees’ abilities relative to others at the same educational level. Scores are also interpreted in terms of each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. With this information, evaluees can learn which occupational areas are most suited to their present abilities and which areas might require a bit more training if they are interested in pursuing related occupations.

Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey (COPES)

The Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey provides a measure of values to supplement programs in educational and industrial career counseling. COPES scores are also keyed to the 14 COP System Career Clusters enabling the client to discover which occupational areas match their personal values.

Self-Directed Search (SDS)

This career assessment and exploration tool is designed to match an evaluee’s aspirations, activities, and talents to the career choices and educational opportunities that fit them best. The SDS is based on a theory developed by John Holland, known as RIASEC theory, that both people and work environments can be classified according to six basic types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. These personality types are known together as RIASEC. It is widely recognized as one of the most effective and efficient ways to facilitate career assessment and exploration.

Career Explorer Plus

(Internet)

$249

Features

Career Occupational Preference System Interest Inventory (COPS-Professional)

The COPS Interest Inventory provides job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information, such as the O*NET or the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.

Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS)

The Career Ability Placement Survey is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional battery designed to measure vocationally relevant abilities. Each of the eight ability dimensions is keyed to entry requirements for most occupations in each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. CAPS scores are interpreted in terms of evaluees’ abilities relative to others at the same educational level. Scores are also interpreted in terms of each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. With this information, evaluees can learn which occupational areas are most suited to their present abilities and which areas might require a bit more training if they are interested in pursuing related occupations.

Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey (COPES)

The Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey provides a measure of values to supplement programs in educational and industrial career counseling. COPES scores are also keyed to the 14 COP System Career Clusters enabling the client to discover which occupational areas match their personal values.

Self-Directed Search (SDS)

This career assessment and exploration tool is designed to match an evaluee’s aspirations, activities, and talents to the career choices and educational opportunities that fit them best. The SDS is based on a theory developed by John Holland, known as RIASEC theory, that both people and work environments can be classified according to six basic types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. These personality types are known together as RIASEC. It is widely recognized as one of the most effective and efficient ways to facilitate career assessment and exploration.

Includes an Assessment Debrief Session for up to 1 Hour

Career Explorer Premier

(Internet) BEST VALUE!

$499

Features

Career Occupational Preference System Interest Inventory (COPS-Professional)

The COPS Interest Inventory provides job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information, such as the O*NET or the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.

Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS)

The Career Ability Placement Survey is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional battery designed to measure vocationally relevant abilities. Each of the eight ability dimensions is keyed to entry requirements for most occupations in each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. CAPS scores are interpreted in terms of evaluees’ abilities relative to others at the same educational level. Scores are also interpreted in terms of each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. With this information, evaluees can learn which occupational areas are most suited to their present abilities and which areas might require a bit more training if they are interested in pursuing related occupations.

Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey (COPES)

The Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey provides a measure of values to supplement programs in educational and industrial career counseling. COPES scores are also keyed to the 14 COP System Career Clusters enabling the client to discover which occupational areas match their personal values.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Career Report (MBTI)

This innovative report, based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, helps an evaluee find their best occupational match based upon how their type affects career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments, as well as the most popular and least popular occupations for any type, and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction.

Strong Interest Profile

This unique report, based upon the Strong Interest Inventory, is a highly personalized report designed to paint a clear picture of how your specific interests and preferences link to various jobs, work settings, and career fields. The Strong Profile enables you to discover your true interests in order to expand your career options and chart a plan of action toward fulfilling career choices.

Includes an Assessment Debrief Session for up to 1 Hour, 1 Hour of Career Counseling, and a 1 Page Snapshot Summary Chart with Personalized Recommendations

Please Note:
The above packages use the most recent, peer-reviewed, and research-based vocational evaluation instruments; however, they are not a substitute for an in-person consultation (included in both the Career Professional and Career Professional Plus Packages) with a Certified Vocational Counselor and/or Vocational Expert. As such, individuals with disabilities, medical conditions, and/or significant needs, which may require extensive evaluation and analysis, are strongly encouraged to purchase the Career Professional Plus package to ensure their needs are met and fully evaluated.

Do you need a much more in-depth evaluation? If so, choose a package below, but keep in mind that they require you to come visit our testing center in Austin.

Career Professional

(In-Person)

$999

Features

Career Occupational Preference System Interest Inventory (COPS-Professional)

The COPS Interest Inventory provides job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information, such as the O*NET or the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.

Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS)

The Career Ability Placement Survey is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional battery designed to measure vocationally relevant abilities. Each of the eight ability dimensions is keyed to entry requirements for most occupations in each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. CAPS scores are interpreted in terms of evaluees’ abilities relative to others at the same educational level. Scores are also interpreted in terms of each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. With this information, evaluees can learn which occupational areas are most suited to their present abilities and which areas might require a bit more training if they are interested in pursuing related occupations.

Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey (COPES)

The Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey provides a measure of values to supplement programs in educational and industrial career counseling. COPES scores are also keyed to the 14 COP System Career Clusters enabling the client to discover which occupational areas match their personal values.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Career Report (MBTI)

This innovative report, based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, helps an evaluee find their best occupational match based upon how their type affects career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments, as well as the most popular and least popular occupations for any type, and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction.

Strong Interest Profile

This unique report, based upon the Strong Interest Inventory, is a highly personalized report designed to paint a clear picture of how your specific interests and preferences link to various jobs, work settings, and career fields. The Strong Profile enables you to discover your true interests in order to expand your career options and chart a plan of action toward fulfilling career choices.

Brief Achievement Test

The Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) is an academic skills assessment which measures reading skills, math skills, spelling, and comprehension. The WRAT serves as a brief, but comprehensive academic achievement evaluation for clients of any age.

Brief Intelligence Test

A verbal screening measure of cognitive ability for children and adults, ideal for those with visual impairment, reading disabilities, or other conditions. It measures crystallized verbal intelligence verbally, making it ideal for those with visual impairments, reading disabilities, or other conditions. It includes six domains: General Information (GI): the learning of cultural knowledge, much of which is not explicitly or directly taught. Comprehension (CO): the knowledge of social behavior, “common sense,” and the ability to interpret sayings and proverbs. Quantitative (QN): the ability to do mental calculations, remember essential numbers, and determine the arithmetic process required to calculate correct answers. Similarities and Differences (SD): the skill in determining common attributes of two dissimilar things or concepts and some uncommon attributes. Vocabulary (VO): the ability to use, understand, and define words orally. Auditory Memory (AM): the capability to remember and repeat correctly a random series of digits, both forward and backward, as well as several sentences. The final results yield a Total Score, charts category scores, and compares ability to achievement.

CITE Learning Styles Instrument

The C.I.T.E. Instrument (Babich, Burdine, Albright, and Randol, 1976) was formulated at the Murdoch Teachers Center in Wichita, Kansas to help teachers determine the learning styles preferred by their students. It is divided into three main areas: Information gathering includes auditory language, visual language, auditory numerical, visual numerical, and auditory-visual language, auditory numerical, visual numerical, and auditory-visual-kinesthetic combination. Work conditions focus on whether a student works better alone or in a group. Expressiveness considers if a student is better at oral or written communication.

Includes an Assessment Debrief Session for up to 1 Hour, 1 Hour of Career Counseling, and a 4+ Page Full Summary Report with Customized Recommendations

Career Professional Plus

(In-Person)

$1499

Features

Career Occupational Preference System Interest Inventory (COPS-Professional)

The COPS Interest Inventory provides job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information, such as the O*NET or the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.

Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS)

The Career Ability Placement Survey is a comprehensive, multi-dimensional battery designed to measure vocationally relevant abilities. Each of the eight ability dimensions is keyed to entry requirements for most occupations in each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. CAPS scores are interpreted in terms of evaluees’ abilities relative to others at the same educational level. Scores are also interpreted in terms of each of the 14 COP System Career Clusters. With this information, evaluees can learn which occupational areas are most suited to their present abilities and which areas might require a bit more training if they are interested in pursuing related occupations.

Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey (COPES)

The Career Orientation Placement and Evaluation Survey provides a measure of values to supplement programs in educational and industrial career counseling. COPES scores are also keyed to the 14 COP System Career Clusters enabling the client to discover which occupational areas match their personal values.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Career Report (MBTI)

This innovative report, based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, helps an evaluee find their best occupational match based upon how their type affects career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments, as well as the most popular and least popular occupations for any type, and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction.

Strong Interest Profile

This unique report, based upon the Strong Interest Inventory, is a highly personalized report designed to paint a clear picture of how your specific interests and preferences link to various jobs, work settings, and career fields. The Strong Profile enables you to discover your true interests in order to expand your career options and chart a plan of action toward fulfilling career choices.

Brief Achievement Test

The Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) is an academic skills assessment which measures reading skills, math skills, spelling, and comprehension. The WRAT serves as a brief, but comprehensive academic achievement evaluation for clients of any age.

Brief Intelligence Test

A verbal screening measure of cognitive ability for children and adults, ideal for those with visual impairment, reading disabilities, or other conditions. It measures crystallized verbal intelligence verbally, making it ideal for those with visual impairments, reading disabilities, or other conditions. It includes six domains: General Information (GI): the learning of cultural knowledge, much of which is not explicitly or directly taught. Comprehension (CO): the knowledge of social behavior, “common sense,” and the ability to interpret sayings and proverbs. Quantitative (QN): the ability to do mental calculations, remember essential numbers, and determine the arithmetic process required to calculate correct answers. Similarities and Differences (SD): the skill in determining common attributes of two dissimilar things or concepts and some uncommon attributes. Vocabulary (VO): the ability to use, understand, and define words orally. Auditory Memory (AM): the capability to remember and repeat correctly a random series of digits, both forward and backward, as well as several sentences. The final results yield a Total Score, charts category scores, and compares ability to achievement.

CITE Learning Styles Instrument

The C.I.T.E. Instrument (Babich, Burdine, Albright, and Randol, 1976) was formulated at the Murdoch Teachers Center in Wichita, Kansas to help teachers determine the learning styles preferred by their students. It is divided into three main areas: Information gathering includes auditory language, visual language, auditory numerical, visual numerical, and auditory-visual language, auditory numerical, visual numerical, and auditory-visual-kinesthetic combination. Work conditions focus on whether a student works better alone or in a group. Expressiveness considers if a student is better at oral or written communication.

Purdue Pegboard Assessment

The test is used to measure unimanual and bimanual finger and hand dexterity. The Purdue Pegboard was developed in the 1940s as a test of manipulative dexterity for use in personnel selection (Tiffin, 1968; Tiffin & Asher, 1948). In addition to this use, the Purdue Pegboard Test has been employed in neuropsychological assessment to assist in localizing cerebral lesions and deficits (Reddon et al., 1988).

Hand Tool Dexterity Test

This test measures proficiency in using ordinary mechanical tools. The test consists of tools and two uprights with bolts. The object is to disassemble all the bolts from one upright and reassemble them on corresponding rows of the other upright with the heads of the bolts inside. This type of skill is important in many different factory jobs, in industrial apprentice training, and in servicing many types of instrumentation. Results of the test have been used to determine vocational interest and as an indicator of success where job / tasks require the use of these or similar tools. Reference literature suggests the use of this test to assess performance when hands will be covered when using the tools incorporated in this test.

Community-Based Situational Work Assessment (As Needed)

This customized assessment observes the client in a natural work environment to assess how they function and complete various tasks on a job site. This assessment is only performed if a client has never successfully worked before and has pre-existing challenges or disabilities which require more extensive evaluation.

Includes an Assessment Debrief Session for up to 1 Hour, 1 Hour of Career Counseling, and a 8+ Page Comprehensive Report with Customized Recommendations

Upgrades (May Be Added to Any Package):

Additional Career Counseling
(Buy More and Save Big!)
Interview Preparation
(Buy More and Save Big!)
Resume Preparation
(0-5 Years of Work Experience)
(6+ Years of Work Experience)

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