- Job Profiling
- Personal Profile Analysis
- Emotional Intelligence
- Skills Assessment
GIA / TST
Ability assessment tools can be used to measure a person’s fluid intelligence: Thomas GIA, an aptitude test that can be completed online; in real time, under invigilation and Thomas TST, a pencil and paper-based ability test. Online aptitude testing and ability testing are an accurate and reliable way to predict a person’s development potential – how quickly they can learn and retain new skills and procedures.
Academic achievement, whilst undoubtedly playing a large part in selection decisions is not a truly effective measure of a person’s mental ability and potential. GIA and TST are a series of ‘ability’ rather than ‘intelligence’ tests and include: reasoning, perceptual speed, number speed and accuracy, spatial visualisation and word meaning.
Skills assessments play a vital part in enabling a business to understand the skill sets and knowledge that sit within it. If you don’t know what you’ve got how will you know how to make the most of it? Key competencies include office skills, numeracy, literacy and IT. Basic skills assessments allow you to take stock of the talent working for you as well as potential employees.
Skills assessments will tell you, not only, what people can do, but, also what training they need. Do they require support in specific areas? Would certain skills assist with their personal development? Skills assessments will uncover what they know and where the gaps are.
Skills Online is a series of 150 online aptitude tests that measure hard competence such as MS Office, call centre listening and keying, keyboard and secretarial skills as well as literacy and numeracy.
Testing from £25
Training courses from £80