Vocational assessment and evaluation services become an integral component in vocational rehabilitation. Depending on the perspective, the service I offer is useful for many different applicable purposes and offers many corresponding benefits.
A vocational assessment and evaluation can be used to:
- prepare a report highlighting an individual’s work history
- look at a person’s transferable skill set
- help write a resume and cover letter
- identify job accommodations
- assist in making job training and career choices based on interests, abilities, and aptitudes
- plan the content of a vocational training program
- help trainers and instructors adapt to the needs of the person with a disability
- provide data to survey a labor market
- help process a person’s potential for work or ability to adapt to different work environments
- help employers make efficient hiring selections
- describe factors of employability, hireability and placeability
- start the process of identifying an individual’s wage earning capacity
- serve as evidence to help a judge or jury understand an individual’s working abilities
- help me (your expert!) if called to testify in a personal injury or disability case, divorce or any other civil law case
- offer recommendations about a person’s work-life
For a detailed look into the outcome of this service, please take a look at the Sample Vocational Assessment & Evaluation Report link found on my website.
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