Career assessments offer a dynamic way of learning how well a variety of careers might suit you. Different types of assessments focus on specific areas, such as skills, interests, personality and values. Typically, an assessment aims to take all of these aspects into account and then direct you toward certain career fields which, according to the data, best match you. It’s a fun and insightful process and is highly recommended for Grade 11 and 12 learners.
The process entails a telephonic initial session with one or both parents, followed by the day of assessment which can typically last about 4 hours and then a feedback session in which a comprehensive report is unpacked.
Much like career assessments, subject choice guidance assists learners to make informed decisions about their FET (Grade 10-12 subject choices. A variety of assessment tools are used to measure aspects such as personality (MBTI or Jung), interests and competence or aptitude. Furthermore we discuss future tertiary study options. While there is plenty of time to still decide which paths of study one may want to explore it helps to start having an idea of what’s available and how subject choice can make future goals a possiblity.