Skills Assessments

Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley offers customized assessment services that can measure your skill levels and determine how they compare to the skills required for specific jobs.

We can provide you with the critical information that can assist you in making informed educational and career decisions. Computer and paper / pencil surveys are available to assess aptitudes, interests, values, and skills. Some of the assessments include the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), WorkKeys and Prove It. Individuals can also receive information regarding occupations and careers in various areas of interest as well as colleges and universities.
Kenexa Prove It
Kenexa Prove It is an online testing software program that can assess a full range of skills. There are hundreds of tests for clerical, software, industrial, healthcare, financial and technical job classification. Prove It also offers online tutorials for various software packages.
Prove It
Prove It has over 800 validated assessments in the following areas:
  • Accounting Package
  • Calling Center Package
  • Financial Package
  • Legal Package
  • Microsoft Office Package
  • Microsoft Windows Package
  • Office/Professional Package
  • Software Package
  • Tech Test Package
Please contact the Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley for specific tests in the categories listed above.
WorkKeys is a workplace skills assessment system used nationwide by employers, students, workers, and educators. Developed by ACT, formerly known as American College Testing, WorkKeys offers assessments to measure the current skill levels of workers, as well as occupational profiles and job profiles to document the skills required by occupations and specific jobs. Those who take the WorkKeys assessments have an objective credential which documents their abilities in the skills employers need.
Employers can assess workers and customize training for a wide range of skilled jobs. Job Seekers can document and advance their employability skills.

WorkKeys Assessments
The 8 WorkKeys assessments (tests) measure skills in:
  • Applied mathematics
  • Applied technology
  • Listening
  • Locating information
  • Observation
  • Reading for information
  • Teamwork
  • Writing
Scales for each of the assessments have been developed with the help of educators and business people. WorkKeys assessments are administered through traditional, paper-based or computer-based testing, while others incorporate the use of audio or video tapes.

You can review and prepare for WorkKeys tests at San Angelo Adult Literacy Council. Contact them at 325-657-0013 or visit their website.