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Psychometrics Canada’s qualification requirements help ensure that each practitioner fully understands the best and most ethical way to administer, interpret, and apply our assessments – producing the greatest benefit for your clients. New customers looking to administer B and C level tools are required to complete the qualification form below.


A – Level Material

“A” Level assessments, books, guides, and programs listed on the website are available for purchase without restriction.


B – Level Material

To purchase “B” level products, you must have completed a licensed certification program OR hold a degree in psychology or a related discipline and have satisfactorily completed graduate-level coursework in the interpretation of psychological assessments and measurement at an accredited college/university.


C – Level Material

To purchase “C” level products, you must meet all requirements of “B” level users, plus hold a graduate degree in a profession that provides specialized training in the interpretation of psychological assessments.


Our Programs

MBTI® Certification Program

Learn how to effectively use the MBTI® instrument in a variety of ways including team building, leadership development, conflict resolution, career exploration, and much more!


The world’s most trusted and widely used career planning tool, the Strong Interest Inventory®, continues to be the leading choice for career practitioners in helping people in their search for rich and fulfilling careers. For over 75 years, the Strong has helped people from high school and college students to mid-career individuals seeking change.

MBTI® Master Class Series

Our MBTI Master Classes will help you drill deeper into applications of personality type to address key issues for individuals, teams and leaders. Whether you are looking to further your own understanding of type or looking to enhance the way you work with clients, our one-day workshops promise to give you the edge you're looking for.

MBTI® Step II™ Certification Program

Help clients explore their preferences beyond their four letter type. The Step II provides additional information about the ways individuals develop and use their preferences by reporting results on 20 component parts of the four basic type dimensions.