Finding a Career Fit
Work with our qualified counsellors to help you find a career fit! Counsellors will help you increase your self awareness, develop a targeted résumé, and prepare a job search strategy to get the job using the following tools:Myers Briggs Type Indicator® Career Ability Placement Survey True Colors™ Strong Interest Inventory® Career Occupational Preference System
Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®)
"People often find difficulty defining what kind of work they want to do or why a given field makes them comfortable or uncomfortable. Personality type is a practical tool for investigating what works for you, then looking for and recognizing work that satisfies your preferences.” The Myers and Briggs FoundationCall Us
Career Ability Placement Survey: (CAPS)
“CAPS is designed to measure abilities keyed to entry requirements for the majority of jobs in each of the fourteen occupational clusters.” Career/LifeSkills Resources Inc. CAPS consists of eight, short, five-minute tests: Mechanical Reasoning, Spatial Relations, Verbal Reasoning, Language Usage, Word Knowledge, Perceptual Speed and Accuracy, Manual Speed and Dexterity, Mathematical AbilityCall Us
“True Colors™ is a model for understanding yourself and others based on your personality temperament. The colors of Orange, Green, Blue and Gold are used to differentiate the four central personality styles of True Colors™.”Call Us
Strong Interest Inventory®
“The Strong Interest Inventory® (Strong) is a self-report questionnaire used to measure and describe people’s interests in a broad range of occupations, work and leisure activities and educational subjects.”Call Us
Career Occupational Preference System (COPS interest inventory)
“The COPS Interest Inventory consists of 168 items, providing job activity interest scores related to 14 different career clusters. Each cluster corresponds to both high school and college curriculum, as well as current sources of occupational information.” Educational and Industrial Testing Services.Call Us
Need a new start?
The Ontario Government’s “Second Career” initiative can provide funding up to $28,000.00 in order to help with tuition, books, basic living allowance and other needs, to qualifying individuals.
For more information, click here or talk to one of our Employment Counsellors who would be happy to assist you and answer any questions.Call Us