As a professional, you understand that people need individualized guidance to help identify careers that suit their strengths, preferences and abilities. The Strong Interest Inventory assessment is one of the world’s most respected and widely used career planning tools, providing robust insights into a person’s career interests. Using the Strong, your clients will discover potential careers they may not have considered and a wealth of information about how they approach the world of work
The Strong Interest Inventory® assessment continues to be the leading choice for career practitioners in helping people in their search for rich and fulfilling careers.
The Strong measures your client’s interest in a broad range of occupations, work activities, leisure activities, and school subjects. The questionnaire compares how these interests are similar to the interests of people successfully employed in those occupations. It is used to help people understand their work interests and to illustrate the kinds of work in which they might be most satisfied.
The Strong Interest Inventory uses Holland codes, which are personality types created to measure an individual’s “type” and match it with a list of career choices that would be a good fit for that individual.
Flexibility – provides results that clients will benefit from whether they are just starting a career, thinking about a change or considering education options
Ease of use – interests and preferences are linked to various jobs, work settings and careers
Describes – preferred style of working, learning, leading, risk taking and team participation
Relates –interest patterns to those of satisfied workers within the occupation
Results – ranks the top ten occupations in terms of compatibility for your client
Trust – it remains the most scientifically sound, thoroughly researched interest inventory
Using the Strong Interest Inventory® to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Career Management Program at SaskPower uses the Strong Interest Inventory to help employees find new employment opportunities.
MBTI® and Strong assessments help Aboriginal student success at the University of Saskatchewan.
Our qualification level requirements help ensure that each practitioner fully understands the best and most ethical way to administer, interpret and apply the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment. The Strong Interest Inventory® is a level B instrument, which means to access and administer this assessment you must be a trained and certified practitioner.
The Strong Interest Inventory® assessment is available to level B qualified Canadians only.
Psychometrics offers the Strong Interest Inventory® Certification Program online, that will qualify you in the professional and ethical administration of the Strong Interest Inventory® instrument.