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Computer-Based Job Skills Testing
  • Administrative Skills
  • Computer Skills
  • Financial Skills
Career Development
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • Strong Career Inventory
  • Temperment
Team Development
  • Interaction Styles
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • Team Performance Assessment

Computer-Based Job Skills Testing

The Centre for Staff Development & Technical Learning offers computer-based job skills testing for administrative skills, computing skills, financial skills and writing mechanics. Our qualified Learning and Organizational Development staff can administer the tests, interpret test results, provide our clients with existing skill levels, identify skill gaps, and recommend a suitable learning path.

 
Administrative Skills
  • Customer Service
  • Receptionist Skills
  • Data Entry - Alphanumeric
  • Data Entry - Numeric
  • Filing
  • Typing
 
Writing Mechanics
  • Grammar
  • Proofreading
  • Spelling
  • Vocabulary
 
Computer Skills
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Access
These tests are available for Microsoft Office version 2010
   
 
Financial Skills
  • Business Documents (Accounting)
  • Math

Whether you are a manager wishing to use job skills testing as part of the hiring process, or an employee who may be required to write tests, please use the links below to learn more about the tests and the testing process. Please direct any questions to us at LDTech@yorku.ca.

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Career Development

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
The MBTI assessment is an instrument designed to provide descriptive profiles of personality types and preferences.

Strong Career Inventory
The Strong Career Inventory enables individuals to further understand their career interests and preferences.

Temperament
Temperament theory describes four organizing patterns of personality . It tells us the "why" of behavior, our motivators, and sources of psychological stress. Knowing our temperament patterns reveals our core needs and values as well as the talents we are more likely to be
drawn to develop.

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Team Development

Interaction Styles
Interaction Styles is based on observable behavior patterns that are quite similar to the popular Social Styles models and DiSCŪ Instrument. Interaction Styles tells us the "how" of our behavior. It refers to patterns of interaction that are highly contextual and yet innate. Knowing our interaction style helps us locate interpersonal conflicts and situational energy drains. It gives us a map for greater flexibility in our interactions with others.

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
The MBTI assessment is an instrument designed to provide descriptive profiles of personality types in teams, outlining individual and team strengths and strategies for navigating people's preferences.

Team Performance Assessment
The Blanchard Team Peformance Assessment enables a team to self-assess their levels of development to achieve higher team peformance.

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