AchieveWORKS® Skills, part of the AchieveWORKS suite, looks at the skills that are critical in both school and the workplace. Ensure students are prepared for college and work-ready with a greater understanding of their skillset and ways to develop individual skills.

Show senior high school students what their top aptitudes and soft skills are, how they can be built over time, and which employment and career opportunities suit them best. When retakes are charted over time, students can see their skillset – and opportunities – grow. Written specifically for students from 10th to 12th grade, AchieveWORKS Skills can be completed in less than 20 minutes.

Based on 50 years of ongoing HEXACO research, AchieveWORKS Skills provides insight into the complex skills identified as critical for academic and employment success. 19 distinct skills comprise six macroskills within the report: commitment, creativity, critical thinking, leadership, social-emotional and systems. Along with their results, students will find details for each skill, ways to develop independent skills and a list of careers that match their top skills.

For an even greater understanding of each student, AchieveWORKS Skills works together with AchieveWORKS Personality and AchieveWORKS Intelligences to reveal different aspects of an individual’s talents, gifts and preferences, as well as leading to the best possible career matches using Human eSources’ Career Matching Technology™.

Discover and build students’ skills

Prepare students for college and work

Measure and track progress over time

All of the assessments boast:

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ALL DEVICES

Use in any internet browser – no specific device required
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REPORTING

See results for individuals, groups or entire populations
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REAL SUPPORT

Live customer support for both staff and students
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PRIVATE

Secure personal portfolios for students and staff

Ready to learn more?

Talk to one of our consultants and discover how AchieveWORKS can work for you.

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