Career Assessments are administered to determine skill levels, aptitudes and interests to clarify career goals.
A variety of Career Assessments are administered at The Viscardi Center to determine skill levels, aptitudes and interests and to explore how these meet the requirements of the current labor market. The assessment, conducted over five to 15 days, helps to clarify vocational goals, whether the person with a disability has never worked, has a long work history or needs to consider a new career.
The Career Assessment will focus on:
- Academics (such as Reading and Math)
- Current skills and strengths
- Aptitudes for new areas
- Skill areas to be strengthened with training
- Career exploration and job goal development
At the end of the assessment, a conference is held to discuss the results and a written summary report is provided. This report outlines recommendations regarding career goals that may be pursued. Everyone has strengths and interests – and our goal is to find them.
To learn more about our Career Assessments/Vocational Evaluations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.