Self Assessment

A wonderful tool for you to learn about yourself. You can use any one or all of the 9 offered self-assessment questionnaires to assist you in determining what direction of a career you might want to head in.

Computer Use Self-Assessment

Computer use is the ability to use computers and other electronic equipment (e.g. fax machine, calculators, automated bank machines). The importance of strong computer use skills continues to grow as we become increasingly dependant on technology to carry out our work and daily activities. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your computer use strengths and areas for improvement.

Continuous Learning Self-Assessment

Continuous learning is about expanding your ability to learn by regularly upgrading your skills and increasing your knowledge. Strong continuous learning skills are required to successfully adapt to changing work and life demands. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your continuous learning strengths and areas for improvement.

Document Use Self-Assessment

Document use is the ability to find, understand or enter information (e.g. text, symbols, numbers) in different types of documents. Strong document use skills are essential in many workplaces and in everyday life. Completing a form, checking off items on a list of tasks, and plotting information on a graph are all examples of document use. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your document use strengths and areas for improvement.

Numeracy Self-Assessment

Numeracy is the ability to use and understand numbers. Strong numeracy skills are essential in both workplace tasks (e.g. budgeting, performing calculations, taking measurements) and in everyday life (e.g. managing money, baking, estimating driving distances). Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your numeracy strengths and areas for improvement.

Oral Communication Self-Assessment

Oral communication is the ability to use speech to share thoughts and information. Strong oral communication skills are essential to being able to present your ideas clearly in a variety of situations such as: explaining procedures to a co-worker, giving directions to a friend or dealing with customer service to discuss a problem with your phone bill. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your oral communication strengths and areas for improvement.

Reading Self-Assessment

Reading is the ability to understand text written in sentences or paragraphs. Strong reading skills are essential to being able to learn and find information quickly and easily. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your reading strengths and areas for improvement.

Thinking Self-Assessment

Thinking is the ability to find information, identify and evaluate solutions to a problem, make decisions, and plan and organize daily tasks. Strong thinking skills are essential to improving success in the workplace (e.g. knowing how to deal with a difficult customer or managing your workload effectively). Complete this self-assessment to help you better understand your thinking skills strengths and areas you may want to improve. This information can help you make more informed training decisions.

Working with Others Self-Assessment

Working with others may require you to work in a number of different situations: independently, with a partner or a team or in a leadership role. Strong working with others skills are essential in many workplaces and in everyday life. Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your working with others strengths and areas for improvement.

Writing Self-Assessment

Writing is the ability to get an idea across by arranging words, numbers and symbols, whether on paper or a computer screen. Strong writing skills are essential to communicating effectively at work (e.g. writing memos, emails or phone messages) and in everyday life (e.g. writing letters, greeting cards or notes). Complete this self-assessment to help you understand your writing strengths and areas
for improvement.



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