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Why a Career Survey?
A Career Survey offers people support in making important choices regarding their current or future work by providing insight into the various elements, which are responsible for well-being in a work environment.
What does a Career Survey look like?
An intake form is sent after registration. This contains specific questions about the educational background, work history and future prospects of the person to be tested.
The examination will begin at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at approximately 4 p.m. Various (Big Five) personality and interest questionnaires and career scans will be administered during the testing day. With these instruments, a multitude of work-related characteristics are portrayed. There will also be several interviews with a psychologist.
Instead of the on-site testing day, a hybrid format can be chosen. Digitally, there will be an introductory meeting, after which the tests will be taken independently at home.
The counseling session usually takes place one or two weeks after the test day. In it, all the data are brought in and a translation is made to work roles and work environments and possible further training and courses, expressed in recommendations and advice regarding the route to follow.
By arrangement, the consultation can also take place online.
Within two weeks of the final evaluation, the written report takes place. The report includes, among other things, the results from the career scans and the personality and interest survey, which together formed part of the career research and, of course, all the advice, which was explained in the follow-up discussion.
If the need arises, an aditional coaching program can be chosen. This track consists of a number of individual conversations with a psychologist, reflection exercises and assignments.