Career Assessments

Aptitude Assessments

Discover your true interest through Aptitude Assessment and set S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Acceptable, Realistic and Time-specific) career goals. People first finish their journey and then think about their destination. We are reversing the trend and links the education and training pathways with career goals.

Listen to your heart & mind!

Know thyself” - is an old saying but how many of students and youth try to know their strength and weaknesses?

At the career building stage most of the students are unaware about choice of careers. A wrong way, which is generally followed, is appearing in any examination or searching any job and accepting whatever comes on the way. The problems of frustration, discontent and inferiority complex among adults are simply due to mismatch of career aspirations and work attitude.

NICE has developed scientifically formulated Career Assessment tools to help students plan career options and study-to-work transition more effectively by drawing 3 important inferences:

  • What the student can do well
  • What the student likes to do, and
  • What is important to the student

The aptitude assessment comprises of 180 questions describing work activities that represent thousands of occupations as well as a broad range of education and training levels.

The Aptitude Assessment measures six types of occupational interests:

  • Realistic
  • Artistic
  • Enterprising
  • Investigative
  • Social
  • Conventional

Work Attitude Assessment

Be what you want to be! Work Attitude Assessment allows students to pinpoint what is important to them in a career. It helps to identify occupations that they may find satisfying based on the similarity between their work values and the characteristics of the occupations. The Work Attitude Assessment measure six types of work values;

  • Achievement
  • Independence
  • Recognition
  • Relationships
  • Support and
  • Working Conditions

Career Assessment tools are based on over 40 years of rigorous scientific procedures and research by leading vocational psychologists and is widely accepted and used by career advisors and counsellors throughout the world.