CF offers the LSAT, the MPRE, the IAAP and a wide variety of other tests measuring specific skills, mechanical ability, aptitude, achievement, development, memory and learning, intellectual/cognitive ability, behavior, career development, personality and temperament, physical and motor skills, visual discrimination, and more.
These tests are available to students, local industries and businesses, and the general public. For more information call 352-854-2322 ext. 1430.
CAREER/CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING
(SDS) Holland Self-Directed Search
Helps assess and explore interests for future educational and career planning
(CSD) Career Decision Scale
Measures career indecision in high school and college students
(CTI) Career Thoughts Inventory
Assists in career problem solving and decision making, and identifies if the individual is likely to need counseling assistance, the nature of an individual’s career problem, and help identify, challenge, and alter negative career thoughts that interfere with effective career decision making
A mechanical assessment instrument used for any student, job seeker, or other individual who may be uncertain about suitable career choices or areas of study. It may also be used by industries for employment selection, job promotion, transferable skills analysis, skill gap identification, and occupational training needs. It measures reasoning, mathematical and language development skills, occupational interests, aptitudes, motor and dexterity skills.
Computerized assessment used for any student or individual to help determine suitable occupational choices, transferable skills, and/or areas of training. It measures interests, basic skills, and 6 aptitudes.
(CEI) The Career Exploration Inventory
The instrument is used to help individuals plan their careers.
A self-help assessment program used to provide individuals with a way to create a road map to making informed decisions about career and education plans. It measures interests, skills, and work history and provides: information about occupations connected to educational programs and post secondary schools, information about occupations requiring graduate school, information about financial aid awards, and a planner that helps organize personal information, career plans, job search plans and building a resume.
(GOEI) Guide for Occupational Exploration Inventory
Assesses an individual’s interest, and then uses the information to explore career and lifestyle alternatives
My Vocational Situation
Helps assess an individual’s vocational identify, provide occupational information, and identifies barriers to employment or career goals
(VDMI) Vocational Decision-Making Interview
Instrument used to help evaluate a individual’s vocational decision-making skills and job readiness
(LOCS) The Leisure to Occupations Connection Search
Helps an individual consider connections between leisure activities and possible career and learning objectives
Leisure/Work Search Inventory
Assessment instrument for counselors to use with a variety of populations: unemployed adults searching for career options, individuals re-entering the workforce, individuals entering the workforce with little or no work experience, individuals interested in identifying options for self-employment, and individuals seeking to turn their leisure interests into full or part-time employment.
Transition to Work Inventory
Assessing Barriers of Education
Work Readiness Inventory
Work Preference Match
College Adjustment Scale
Transferable Skills Scale
Offender Reintegration Scale
Employability Skills Inventory
O’NET Career Interest Inventory
Military to Career Transition Inventory
Career Personality Inventory