Greenwood Educational and Career Assessment

The Greenwood Career Assessment is a career guidance tool designed to help individuals understand their interests, abilities, and values and how they relate to potential careers. It's a self-administered, standardized assessment that measures an individual's preferences for different work environments and tasks, as well as their personal values, work style, and leisure activities. The assessment provides detailed results that can be used to identify suitable career options and make informed decisions about education and training.

The Greenwood Career Assessment is based on the theory of John L. Holland's RIASEC model, which suggests that individuals have innate traits and interests that are closely tied to their preferred work environment and tasks. The RIASEC model categorizes individuals into six types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.

The assessment consists of a series of questions that assess an individual's preferences for various work-related activities, as well as their values and leisure activities. The results of the assessment are then analyzed and used to identify the individual's dominant RIASEC type and provide a comprehensive report that includes a list of career options that are aligned with their interests and abilities.

Overall, the Greenwood Career Assessment can be a valuable tool for individuals who are exploring their career options and looking for guidance on how to choose a career that is a good fit for them.