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When your submission is approved, your business will be listed on a Hollandcodes.com web page!
The Kuder Test Survey has three career tests –
- Career Search with Person Match
- Skills Test
- Super’s Work Values Inventory-Revised
You can –
- Begin an test
- Stop the test
- Save the results
- Complete the test at a later time
The Kuder Career Test –
- Is completed in 30 minutes or less
- Is scored automatically
- Generates an easy-to-read report is within 20-30 seconds after the final page is submitted
- Is available in either English or Spanish
Kuder Career Search with Person Match
The Kuder Career Search with Person Match is the Kuder General Interest Survey consisting of 60 questions.
The Kuder General Interest Survey report displays information on career clusters. There are three lists of Career Clusters – Kuder Career Clusters, Federal 16 Career Clusters, or state-specific cluster/pathway system. The ranking of the Career Clusters is matched to your interests. There are descriptions of the cluster.
The report also includes the unique Person Match feature which compares test results to a career profile database.
Kuder Skills Test
The Kuder Skills Test is a self-estimate of one’s abilities to perform work-related tasks. Kuder Skills Test consists of 90 multiple choice questions.
Kuder Skills Test Results are presented in rank order of career cluster preference. The results of the Kuder Skills Test match the interests, skills, and career clusters.
Super’s Work Values Inventory-Revised
The Super’s Work Values Inventory-Revised identifies which work characteristics are most important to the test taker. The inventory consists of 72 multiple choice questions.
Super’s Work Values Inventory-Revised Report displays 12 work-related characteristics in rank order of preference. The inventory assesses 12 work-related values. The 12 work values are presented in rank order. There are definitions of each work value.
Career Test Reports
All reports provide suggestions for continued career exploration. Links from the tests are used to explore occupational listings by education level within each of the clusters. Each occupation is cross-walked with and linked directly to additional information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook, O*Net and related military occupations to allow further exploration.
Combining Results from Kuder Career Tests
- Kuder Test Survey Interests and Skills Composite Report – Once an individual completes both the interest and skills tests, a composite report compares the scores of the interests and skills tests. There are suggestions for further education and career exploration and planning. To view the composite report, click on the words Kuder Test Survey Interests and Skills Composite Report below the Kuder Test Results table.
- One-Page Summary Report –This report contains an outline of the most recent results for tests that have been completed. Access this report by clicking on the title below the Kuder Test Results table.
To read more about the Kuder Survey, click here…
Hollandcodes.com has FREE Download Samples –
- Paint Careers With Colors Career Test
- Bingo Card Sets for Adults and Children
- Counselors, Parents, and Teachers Curriculum Guidebook
- Curriculum Powerpoint
- Clip Art Posters for Adults and Children
- Photo Posters for Adults and Children
- Poster Scoring System
- Unlock the Treasure Chest (Adult)
- Unlock Your Treasure Chest (Children)
The Toolkit CD-ROMS have career exploration assessment tools that utilize the Holland Occupational Code career planning model. The resources have career exploration classroom activities, career planning curriculum, educational career assessments, and educational resources that introduce information about Holland Codes, careers, and colleges.
The Toolkit CD-ROMS are visual learning techniques that are fast, quick, and easy ways to introduce careers and Holland Codes.
The benefits of the Toolkit CD-ROMS are –
- Eye appealing – Is a colorful presentation
- Easy to use – Facilitates learning through the use of graphics
- Comprehensive – Shows the relationships between careers, interests, and Holland Codes
- Easy to understand – Simplifies the understanding of career exploration and the Holland Codes
- Easy scoring – Sorts quickly according to likes and dislikes
The Toolkit CD-ROMS are used to –
- Provide career exploration classroom activities for middle school students, children, kids, and adults who learn best using visual resources
- Identify Steps in the Career Planning Process
- Identify characteristics of Holland Personality Types
- Identify Holland Codes
- Sort occupations according to Holland Codes
- Explore Holland Code web sites
- Explore careers and career web sites
- Explore college majors and college major web sites
- Match college majors to Holland Codes
- Record results from assessments and occupational web sites
The Toolkit CD-ROMS organizes and analyzes information. Children, youth, and adults –
- See how Holland Codes are connected to careers
- Realize how careers can be grouped and organized
The Toolkit CD-ROMS also improves –
- Attention Span and Concentration: holds audience’s attention and helps people absorb information
- Memory Skills and Understanding: improves ability to absorb information
- Speed of Learning: reduces the time it takes to complete career tests.
Use the Toolkit CD-ROMS at –
- Boys and Girls Clubs
- YMCA/ YWCA Programs
- Afterschool Programs
- Kids Go To Work Days
- Career Days
- Summer School Programs
The Toolkit CD-ROMS is an excellent career test for Elementary School Students and for other people –
- Who are In ESL/GED programs
- Who have limited reading ability
- Who have limited knowledge of English
- Who are developmentally delayed
- Who are learning disabled
- Who have special needs
- Who have limited access to education
- Who are chronically unemployed