INDUSTRIAL & WAREHOUSE ASSESSMENTS

Assessment that gauges an individual's primary environmental, interpersonal, and intrapersonal needs to assist with onboarding and employee/team development. Used across positions and industries. 
This Metalworking Skills test is designed to measure the knowledge a machinist is required in order to perform his or her duties in today's machine shop. It covers, mathematics, measuring tool use, machine shop procedures, blueprint reading, quality control and material science. Tests for Basi...
This assessment will test the understanding of the Metric linear measurement system used in conjunction with a standard scale, or ruler. It also tests the ability to add and subtract fractions, which are essential in the proper usage of an Metric scale or ruler. This test is appropriate to admini...
This MicroStation V8i test focuses on the general knowledge needed to use the MicroStation CAD software. The test was developed to assess the subject's knowledge of MicroStation symbols, tools, AccuSnap and AccuDraw as well as drawing knowledge. This test is appropriate to administer to MicroStat...
The Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics Fundamentals test targets certain knowledge sets that are acquired through study and application of thermodynamics and heat transfer. Basic, intermediate, and advanced questions are presented. Some questions target analytic skills while others are direct...
The Matching - Industrial Images test evaluates a candidate's visual accuracy in determining flaws when comparing a series of manufactured products to a master version. This assessment is appropriate for those who need to visually assess small details across a number of similar objects. Assess...
The Micrometers and Calipers test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in the use and care of digital calipers and digital micrometers. Test topics include micrometer and caliper care, hand positioning, micrometer and caliper positioning, micrometer and caliper reading, and non-dig...
The Matching - Numeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes and money on the job, as...
The Matching - Digit Numeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the j...
This Manufacturing Basics test assesses the working knowledge of the test taker in such areas as conventional machining, casting, forging, milling, lathes, and using plastics. This test covers the most often used processes to produce molds and casting for the manufacturing of parts and products. ...
This Masonry assessment is designed to verify the test taker's general knowledge of masonry. Topics covered on this assessment include terminology, concrete masonry units, construction techniques, on site work and safety, and tools usage. It is appropriate to administer this assessment to Masons ...
The Map Reading Skills assessment scales the test takers knowledge in map reading and understanding. Topics include Following Directions, Determining Turns, Locating Landmarks, Highway Travel, and Approximating Distances. Assessments for Basic Industrial Skills and Basic Reading Comprehension ...
The Mechanical Engineering: Machine and Tool Design test is a broad based assessment designed to assess the candidate's familiarity with and understanding of machine and tool design fundamentals. All questions fall into the categories of General, Statics, Fluids, Electrical, Materials, or Tooling...
The Matching - Numeric test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes and money on the job, as it d...
The Math & Reasoning Skills test covers such topics as percentages, multiplication, fractions, word problems, patterns, and comparisons. This assessment would be appropriate to give to any person who needs to use math and/or reasoning skills on a regular basis. Tests for Math Word Problems...
The Lathe Operator test is intended to assess the skill level of the test taker in CNC Lathe operation. The test is made up of several different aspects of lathe operation including basic print reading, Caliper and Micrometer reading, Part Loading, Offsets, and more. This test was designed for th...
The Matching - Digit Numeric test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the job, a...
The Matching - Alphanumeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the jo...
The Matching - Alphanumeric test aims at assessing the test taker's visual accuracy in determining whether a set of letter/numerical combinations, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes, ...
Assessment which highlights the preferred learning style of each individual—revealing how new hires learn best and can be most effective in their roles. The Learning Styles Questionnaire can complement existing onboarding processes by increasing understanding ofmanagers for effectively managing a...
HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. Refrigeration is often now included in the term or specified as HVAC/R. The HVAC assessment involves a wide variety of systems available. Topics include HVACR Fundamentals, Refrigerants, Electrical, Mechanical, Heating, Cooling, Hydronic...
The General Maintenance test is based on four different areas of knowledge; plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and general maintenance problems (for example, changing light fixtures). The questions are composed of some of the most common tasks in these fields. This test is appropriate to administer...
The Hazardous Materials Information System assessment is designed for Canadian workers and supervisors who must verify their knowledge of WHMIS regulations, as well as employees responsible for managing MSDS and labels in the workplace. Topics include Regulatory Knowledge & Application, Worke...
The Hazardous Material Handling test is based on four areas of concern that are often encountered in handling hazardous materials. These areas are identifying materials, labeling of materials, packaging and shipping. The questions range from basic to advanced and were constructed to reflect the s...
The Forklift Operation test is appropriate for test takers who are currently operating forklifts or supervise those who operate forklifts. It tests for knowledge and skills used in the safe operation of forklifts, which according to OSHA, includes tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand tr...
The Electrical Engineering: Power and Control test covers the technology and terminology used by engineers working in traditional practice. The subjects herein include practical applications of power and control theory, design of power and control equipment, and electrical construction and mainte...
The Electronic Schematics test covers the most basic electric fundamentals as they relate to the electronics field. The test addresses the basic building blocks of a circuits (resistors, capacitors, diodes and transistors) and schematics. This test is geared toward the person with at least one ye...
The Home Inspection Skills test covers topical areas such as potential problems associated with aluminum wiring, methods for inspecting electrical components, as well as the responsibilities often associated with home inspection. This test also covers more general areas such as inspecting for roo...
The Customer Service Indicator Assessment focuses on whether the test taker will engage in behaviors that enhance a customer's experience and satisfaction. This assessment can be used across industries. 
The Food Production test focuses on knowledge regarding packaging, sterilization, handling, FDA regulations, transporting, and distribution of food. The test is appropriate for test takers who are currently working in the food industry or who are considering a position in the food industry in any...
The Flooring Skills test covers the installation and upkeep of various types of flooring. This assessment addresses such topical areas as water damage, climate acclimation, refinishing, and laying flooring over existing flooring. The test aims at determining whether the candidate possesses a basi...
The Finish Carpentry test is based on expertise gained in the field of finish carpentry. Common trade specific terms, techniques, tools, and mathematical problems that are used on a daily basis are the subject areas that comprise this test. This test is appropriate to administer to anyone who is ...
The Entry Level Industrial Skills test aims at assessing those skills that will allow the test taker to work effectively on the job in an entry level industrial position. Such skills include basic math and English skills as well as the ability to follow directions and handle ethical consideration...
The Engagement Indicator Assessment focuses on the extent in which the test taker is consistently involved during the job in a physically, cognitively, and/or emotionally active manner. This assessment can be used across industries. 
The English Ruler Reading test will test the understanding of the English linear measurement system used in conjunction with a standard scale, or ruler. It also tests the ability to add and subtract fractions, which is essential in the proper usage of an English scale or ruler. This test is appro...
The Electricians test covers all areas of industrial electrical installations and repair. There are some basic questions that require common sense, however the vast majority of questions are technical in nature. This test is appropriate to administer to anyone who is to function as an electrician...
The Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications test covers the technology and terminology used by engineers working with analog systems, digital computers, and communications. The covered subjects include practical applications of electrical theory, analog and digital design, computer...
Selector focused on key competencies related to success in manufacturing, shipping, and distribution roles. 
Numerical skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
This Color Identification test covers knowledge of various color-related rules, procedures, codes, standards and practices associated with the electrical industry including the industrial, commercial, and residential arenas. The test is appropriate for test takers who are currently working, or pl...
The basic or "C" mechanic test is composed of those questions that may be considered common knowledge and is designed to determine whether an individual has some mechanical ability as well as some knowledge of tools. This test would be appropriate to administer to those who are looking to functio...
The intermediate or "B" automotive test is intended for someone who has worked on cars and requires very little supervision in diagnosing problems. This person should have experience working with a variety of tools and be able to complete most maintenance and service tasks independently. This tes...
This test for Class "A" Automotive Mechanics is aimed at a journeyman mechanic. The test consists of rather difficult questions regarding such tasks as troubleshooting and problem solving--those skills required of an advanced level mechanic. The main difference between a "B" mechanic and an "A" m...
Verbal skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
Non-verbal skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
The Pick/Pack test aims at assessing the test taker's ability to read and analyze varying styles of Pick/Pack slips. Topics covered include slip reading and comprehension, inventory calculation, location comparison, and data inference. This test is appropriate for anyone seeking a position in the...
The Blueprint Basics assessment measures an individual's understanding and knowledge of prints used in a construction setting. It utilizes portions of actual prints and illustrations of blueprint symbols to test their understanding of what a print is saying to a contractor, sub-contractor, or arc...
The Basic Wireless Communication test will test the fundamentals in Cellular Systems, Cellular Devices, Wireless Networks, Satellite Systems, and RF (Radio Frequency) Systems. The focus is for individuals with 0-1 years wireless experience. 
This Basic Ruler Reading test is designed to evaluate basic skills in the use of reading a standard ruler. Topics include reading measurements in quarters, halves, eighths, and sixteenths. Also included is reading measurements in millimeters and centimeters. For a more difficult ruler reading ...
The Basic Warehouse Knowledge test is designed for general warehouse workers. This test covers topics such as the loading and unloading of trucks and railcars, as well as checking and prioritizing incoming and outgoing loads. Assessments for Assembly and Matching, Counting, and General Mainten...