Our Assessment Tools

CIS contains  assessment tools that help users identify their individual needs, interests, skills, values and preferences. Our simple on-screen procedures allow users to identify occupations, learn more about themselves, and print their resulting lists. Users can change their answers and modify their lists and see the results of their personal choices.  They can also print individual or combined reports. Here’s how we describe our assessments for our users:

Reality Check
Find out how much money you will need to attain the lifestyle you desire.  View occupations that pay enough to support your ideal lifestyle.  Career Cluster Inventory
Find out which career clusters match your interests and view the occupations in those clusters.IDEAS (optional product)
Identify your interests and view career clusters and occupations that match your interests

Interest Profiler
Find out which work areas match your interests.  View the occupations in those work areas.

Identify the skills you enjoy and view occupations that use those skills.

Work Importance Locator
Identify your work-related needs and view a list of occupations that match your work values.

Assessment Link
Match the results of assessments taken outside CIS to occupations or occupation clusters in CIS.  Assessment Link helps users link to occupations in CIS from the results of the following instruments:
    • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
    • Career Assessment Inventory (CAI)
    • Career Decision-Making Revised (CDM-R)
    • Career Occupational Preference System (COPS)
    • Career Occupational Preference System (COPS) Form P
    • Career Scope
    • Differential Aptitude Test (DAT)
    • Kuder Career Search™ (KCS)
    • Kuder Career Search™ (KCS) – 16 Clusters
    • O*Net Interest Profiler (IP)
    • PLAN
    • Self-Directed Search (SDS)
    • Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

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