The APQ is a self-report personality inventory that was specifically developed and normed for adolescents. It elicits valuable information regarding the youth’s personal style, problem-solving abilities, preferred work activities, and areas where the youth is having problems, making the APQ appropriate for screening and for introducing sensitive topics in a counselling situation.
The 16PF® questionnaire gives a complete picture of an individual by measuring personality in both the professional and personal spheres. It has been adapted specifically for use in the South African context.
The 16PF® questionnaire provides accurate predictions of behaviour and potential to give businesses confidence in steering staff selection and individual development. This unique depth and breadth of insight, along with more than 60 years of research and application, has earned the 16PF® international renown and respect.
The Campbell Interest and Skills Survey (CISS®) reflects an individual’s attraction to specific occupational areas and provides a comparison to people who are happily and successfully employed in those fields.
The CISS® therefore not only provides practitioners and clients with valuable insight into what attracts a person to certain careers, but goes beyond traditional inventories to provide an estimate of the individual’s confidence in his or her ability to perform those occupational activities. Together, the two types of scales provide more comprehensive, richer data than interest scores alone.
The Career Values Scale (CVS) assists individuals in gaining insightful information about their work values, preferences and needs. This is fundamental for anybody in order to achieve their personal goals and overall job satisfaction. The CVS will assist an individual to establish organisational and personal fit based on their core values. Fit is proven to promote productivity and individual success within the organisational environment.
Measuring competencies in order to predict performance has a long and rich history, dating back to the 1940’s with the selection of war officers. With the world of work becoming increasingly dependent on the quality of their human resources to remain competitive, so did the need to measure and develop competence over the years. The rapid growth in competency measures did however produce a gap between practice and science which has been the source of heated debates in recent years.
The Conner's 3™is a well-designed instrument that offers a much more through assessment of ADHD in children. It now addresses co-morbid disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder.
The Conners CBRS is an instrument designed to provide a complete overview of child and adolescent concerns and disorders. Professionals working in the field of child and youth psychology can use the Conners CBRS™ to assess a wide spectrum of behaviours, emotions, academic, and social problems in today’s youth. It is often used as one of the first assessments for gaining a broad understanding of a learner’s needs.
The Customer Service AP is a convenient assessment which measures traits that are critical to success in customer service. It evaluates the applicant in terms of: customer service strengths, potential strengths, and areas that need development. Validity scales identify applicants who have an unusually positive or negative style of self-presentation – and the scores of those applicants are automatically adjusted.
The EQ-I : YV report provides scores for all the scales, and is ideal for repeat administrations to measure the effectiveness of interventions and as a screening instrument to identify possible problem areas.
The EQ-i® 2.0 is one of the most advanced and thoroughly researched measure of emotional intelligence in the assessment industry. This tool is indispensable for personal, professional and leadership development, and for recruiting high performing talent.
The EQ-i® 2.0 measures a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way people perceive and express themselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. The EQ-i® 2.0 highlights an individual’s emotional and social strengths and weaknesses. A growing body of research suggests that emotional intelligence is a key determinant of success in life.