Exploring your interests and discovering what is important to you now is a great place to start when considering career options. There are many vocational assessment tools available that you can use to discover more about yourself. The purpose of a vocational assessment is to assist you in clarifying and defining work and career options. These are preferably consistent with your skills, experience, aptitude, physical capability, and personal preference with regard to the type of work you would find satisfying.
Here are just a few to consider:
CEAV Career Tools
CEAV Career Tools is a valuable career resource where you will find career information for individuals, parents and carers, students and job seekers.
Explore the Career Targets to research occupations related to specific interest areas such as Art, History, Construction, Media, Community Services, Health and many more.
My Career Profile
You will need to sign up so you can create a profile and save your information. Click on My career profile, the activities here will help you to explore career pathways and develop self-knowledge for career decision making.
The Job Outlook Career Quiz will help you to understand your work style and to explore careers you might enjoy.
Thinking of changing jobs? Skills Match will show you jobs or careers that use your skills.
CCCA Career Counsellors are trained to administer the following Vocational Assessments.
Self-Directed Search (SDS) - acer.org
The SDS is designed to help you explore career options. This is a paper based tool.
Morrisby Online - careeranalysts.com.au
Morrisby Online offers a reliable career assessment tool for students and adults to assist in their career decision making process.
Morrisby Online accurately measures aptitudes, learning styles and personal working preferences, and offers a personality test and career interests questionnaire.
Takes around 80-90 minutes to complete
Can be completed at home via login details provided by CCCA.