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What you get

We offer the following online surveys from Congruence, specialists in the development of psychological assessment tools for use in the career development and life transition of individuals and groups in counselling, educational organisational and rehabilitation contexts.

Congruence Personality Scale 1

The CPS is an Australian measure designed to assess the personality trait dimensions often referred to as The Big Five: Social, Cognitive, Interpersonal, Task and Emotional Orientations.

Congruence Personality Scale 2

To assess the Five Factor Model through the use of behavioural and attitudinal descriptions. Its use and interpretation do not require a background in clinical psychology. The CPS-2 is primarily focussed on "normal" personality functioning rather than the diagnostic identification of clinically abnormal conditions or individuals. Having an understanding of how different personalities are attracted to different occupations will assist the Counsellor to identify possible career options.

Occupational Search Inventory 2

The OSI-2 is based on the OSI-1, an omnibus measure of vocational interests, but is more simply worded, shorter to complete, and focuses on occupational options requiring limited or no educational qualifications.

The OSI-2 is especially suitable for those whose literacy is poor, who are from non-English speaking backgrounds, who have limited education, and who are of limited general ability.

Occupational Search Inventory 3

The OSI-3 is a direct derivative of the omnibus measure of vocational interests OSI-1, but is a more parsimonious measure of vocational interests.

The OSI-3 complements the OSI-2 by being appropriate for a wide population range from low average ability upwards. It is very useful with final year high school and university students seeking career direction.

This test is also useful for Counsellors when exploring new vocational interests and to relate them to specific kinds of occupations for their clients suffering from a disability who can no longer return to their usual occupation. This test will help to explore the individual's self reported abilities, work interests, skills, leisure activities to help explore jobs and careers in greater detail and with more specificity; as a means of generating actual job and career options for clients to consider; as an indicator of the person's level of work orientation; as an indicator or the person's level of work adjustment; as a means to improve the person's level of vocational self awareness.

Work Aspect Preference Scale

Knowing what individuals want from work is important because it may influence crucial work-related decisions such as occupation they will find satisfying, which type of training is likely to be of most value to them or should they change jobs within a particular occupation. Such knowledge may assist employers with selecting candidates for employment and promotion, assist with attempting to help people back into the workforce after a voluntary or involuntary break by identifying sources of individual motivation or areas of likely work adjustment difficulty or individual expectations about work. Such knowledge may also help managers to understand aspects of organisational culture to identify sources of dissatisfaction within a company and to explore workers perceptions of their working conditions. This questionnaire has also been predominately used for students in Year 10 and onwards in High School and University students, can be used by recruitment agencies or Counsellors identifying sustainable employment options for their clients.

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