Below are resources to help guide you in the use of AchieveWorks assessments.
Short video guides
Learn what AchieveWorks does and how it helps you and your students.
Hear an overview of AchieveWorks, tips for administering the assessments, and interpreting students’ results in this recorded webinar with Human eSources.
Read the AchieveWorks handbooks for more information on using the assessments to understand, advise, and counsel students.
***The password for linked "Activities" is Potential20
Human eSources offers a professional certification program for its AchieveWorks suite of student assessments. The program provides counselors with a deeper understanding of the science and theory behind each assessment as well as the application of the assessments for career and education planning. Certification is awarded upon successful completion, and ICF has recognized the CCE program for 14 training hours.
The program's 5 modules are delivered in a primarily self-directed and asynchronous format, with weekly scheduled instructor-led group sessions delivered over 4 weeks. CollegePlannerPro members are eligible for a discount on registration.
Click here to learn more about certification and register an for upcoming program.
Strategies for AchieveWorks assessment implementation with criteria checklists
With your professional guidance and use of the criteria checklists, individuals will be able to define situational and behavioral examples that have been verified in their report, then relate those examples to their goals and aspirations.
Visit https://www.humanesources.com/achieveworks-implementation/ for instructions on how to use the criteria checklists with your students.
Fillable PDF version for students to complete the checklists:
View information on the psychometric properties (statistical analysis) of AchieveWorks, including information on the validity and reliability of each assessment.
- AchieveWorks flyer
- Crosswalk of AchieveWorks to CASEL Core SEL Competencies shows how the report sections align with CASEL’s standards
- The"Ask Susie" blog has tips for students
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