Here are answers to some of our frequently asked questions.
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Question 1. What do I need to bring with me?
Just bring yourself relaxed and ready for a fun time, we even provide a refreshment break part way through.
Question 2. How long does the assessment session take?
Just under three hours, although for most people it appears shorter.
Question 3. Is the personalised report and summary easy to understand?
Yes, there is a lot of information but this is explained in a way that fits with your personality, most people find they understand the results easily and quickly.
Question 4. What is the ideal age to do the CareerSure assessment?
As aptitudes are fully developed around 15 to 16 years of age, this is the ideal time as you have the information for subject choice and study direction and for the remainder of your working career.
Question 5. Is there an upper age limit?
No, we have had people in their sixties through CareerSure who have found it excellent in planning retirement.
Question 6. If I have different learning needs such as ADD, ADHD or dyslexia can I still come through CareerSure?
Yes we can cater for all these situations, just let us know at the time of making the booking. Often the information helps considerably in managing these conditions.
Question 7. If I have a clear plan for my career direction would CareerSure still help me?
Yes definitely. Even though you may have decided your career path, CareerSure will show other alternatives that may be a shortcut to reaching your career goals or possibly more exciting careers.
Also there is a lot of information in the CareerSure summary and report that will give you an understanding of your strengths and personality, plus ways you can use your natural abilities to manage yourself better. Many people find that they refer back to their report regularly, helping them to manager work and life with greater easy and fulfilment. Things that you may find more challenging can often be managed more effectively to make your life more successful regardless of your career direction.