Psychometric assessments (career, psychological, and academic) are used by human resources professionals, career/employment counsellors, career practitioners, counsellors, family therapists, and rehabilitation professionals. However, only those professionals with a degree and specific training in tests and measurements are able to purchase, administer, and interpret “B” level assessments.
- CPE510: Fundamentals of Psychometric Assessments
This online course introduces the basic statistical concepts that are foundational to psychometric assessments (e.g., scaling, norms, frequency, correlation) and introduces factors that impact reliability and validity in test construction and use.
- CPE521: Psychometric Assessments “B” Level
This course provides opportunities for participants to examine, discuss, and practice using a wide variety of “B” level assessment instruments that measure achievement, aptitude, career interests, personal style, values, and other individual characteristics.
Instructor: Dr. Roberta Neault has a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology and a PhD in Educational Psychology, as well as over 12 years in private practice administering and interpreting psychological assessments. She developed and instructs the Psychological Assessment course (PSYC6123) for Yorkville University’s Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology Program. Dr. Neault is the recipient of the 2002 Stu Conger Award for Leadership in Career Development and Career Counselling in Canada and is committed to the highest ethical standards of practice.
This program is offered as a joint initiative with Life Strategies Ltd. For further information, visit them at www.lifestrategies.ca, or by contacting:
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