Assessments are used to determine applicant suitability for selection
Assessments are also used to support development, succession and career management
Team assessments are also administered to determine team competency strengths, team alignment, gaps and potential team development opportunities for teams

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  • Clerical Test Battery (CTB2)


    The CTB2 provides a short, yet comprehensive assessment of a broad range of clerical aptitudes and abilities.  Designed for general clerical and administrative positions, tests can either be administered individually to assess a specific aptitude or as a whole battery to produce a candidate profile.

  • Cognitive Process Profile (CPP)


    The CPP is an advanced computerised assessment technique which externalises and tracks thinking processes to indicate a person’s cognitive preferences and capabilities. Based on this information, a suitable work environment, the learning potential and developmental needs of the person can be identified.

  • Critical Reasoning Test Battery (CRTB)


    Critical Reasoning is an ability that is central to all roles that require the incumbent to make logical decisions based on complex information. The CRTB can identify people who weigh up evidence logically, make well informed business decisions, identify trends in data, understand complex arguments, and assimilate all the evidence.

  • Fifteen Factor Questionnaire (15 Fq+)


    Based on an extensively researched model, the 15FQ+ provides an in-depth assessment of the full sphere of human personality. Building on the most current local and international research, the 15FQ+ has been fully revised to ensure its suitability for use in both the public and private sector.

  • General Reasoning Test GRT 2


    A comprehensive, detailed and accurate measure of mental agility, the GRT2 has been designed to assess the reasoning power for those of general ability. The GRT2 requires only a basic level of education and consequently can be used to assess all levels of staff.

  • Learning Orientation Index (LOI)

    The LOI is a computerised “game” measuring the information processing preferences and skills of school and university leavers for purposes of career guidance, further education, development, selection and talent management.

  • MBTI® Interpretive Report for Organizations


    The MBTI® Interpretive Report for Organizations outlines how you function best in an organization. Like the MBTI® Interpretive Report, this report is based on four-letter type results. It can be generated using the client’s item responses (reported type) or verified type. The report is ideal for organization development, management development, and team-building applications.

  • Occupational Personality Profile (OPP)


    A comprehensive yet quick to administer personality profile, the OPP measures nine core traits that are of particular relevance in occupational assessment. The questionnaire is written in a straight forward and direct style that is accessible to people of a wide range of abilities. 

  • Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ)


    The Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ) gives organisations an understanding of how aspects of an individual’s behavioural style will affect his or her performance at work. The OPQ32r is the latest and most comprehensive version of the OPQ. It provides detailed information on 32 specific personality characteristics proven to influence performance.

  • Technical Test Battery (TTB2)


    The TTB2 measures the core skills that are required for selecting and assessing staff for engineering apprenticeships, craft apprenticeships or technical training. The TTB2 identifies candidate’s ability to understand technical concepts and put them to practical use, making it an essential assessment tool for anyone being considered for roles where technical ability is a job requirement.