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Work Assesment Tools

If you’re looking for an accurate way to measure your students’ workplace readiness, these tools can help.

What It's About

Are you an educator looking for ways to improve student outcomes and success? Do you struggle to accurately gauge student knowledge and identify areas for improvement?

Look no further than the Stanfield company! These tools offer a simple and effective way to measure student progress and to make sure that they are equipped with the key skills needed for success in the workplace.

What You Will Learn

At the James Stanfield Company, we believe in the importance of assessing student knowledge both before and after materials are presented. Our work assessment tools have been designed to help instructors do just that. They are easy to use and help to identify knowledge gaps early on, ensuring materials are taught effectively and efficiently.

These tools provide educators with insight into their students’ interpersonal skills and social performance, helping them to identify areas of strength and weakness to better prepare them for the job market.

TICE: Test of Interpersonal Competence for Employment

Having strong interpersonal skills has become more important now than ever before. With job opportunities requiring more collaboration and interaction with different people, employers look for potential hires who possess these key traits.

TICE is a comprehensive tool designed to help educators and trainers identify students and trainees who need assistance with their interpersonal skills. This tool is based on extensive research conducted among young adults with mild cognitive and developmental disabilities. It helps in identifying areas of improvement and assessing the results of job-related social skills training.

TICE emphasizes effective interaction in two key areas – supervisor-worker relationships and relationships with coworkers.

The assessment covers areas such as following instructions, requesting assistance, responding to criticism and correction, cooperative work behavior, responding to teasing and provocation, and resolving personal concerns. This helps in identifying problem areas and tailoring the training accordingly.

The assessment has 61 items and is orally administered in small groups. The accompanying teacher’s guide makes the tool user-friendly and effective.

SSP: Job-Related Social Skill Performance Assessment Tool

The CBSP assessment tool is designed to assess the social skill performance of adolescents and young adults aged 14 to 21 with emotional or behavioral disorders. With this assessment tool, educators can identify the areas where students struggle the most and come up with strategies to help them improve their social skills.

The test takes only 45 minutes and uses verbal role-playing and multiple-choice responses to provide valuable information about the student’s performance in both the home and the community. It’s an effective tool that can help educators establish an appropriate, individualized curriculum for their students.

The CBSP assessment tool is designed to be completed by a third-party judge who is aware of the adolescent or young adult’s social behaviors when interacting with others. The program also comes with a teaching guide and script, male and female testing material, a reproducible response form, and a response interpretation/scoring guide.

Appropriate raters may include psychologists, counselors, teachers, residential care providers, parents, social workers, and case workers.

CBSP: Community-Based Social Skill Performance Assessment

The CBSP assessment tool uses verbal role-playing and multiple-choice responses to provide accurate information about your students’ social skills performance. The test can be completed in just 45 minutes. The test assesses social and anti-social behavior as well as self-control.

The tool is designed to assess adolescents and young adults with emotional or behavioral disorders. It is also appropriate for those with behavior disorders along with secondary disabilities such as learning or mild cognitive disabilities.

When interacting with others, like family members, siblings, peers, and other adults, adolescents and young adults can display different social behaviors. By assessing behavior in both environments, you can get a more accurate picture of their social skills performance and adjust your curriculum accordingly. This tool allows you to assess social skills performance both at home and in the community.

It uses verbal role-playing to simulate different social scenarios. It then asks the student how they would react in these situations, providing valuable insight into their social skills and giving them the opportunity to practice different social scenarios.

After Completion

By using work assessment tools from the James Stanfield Company, educators can ensure they are providing effective and thorough instruction that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the workplace.

These tools provide a holistic view of your student’s skill sets and can help you highlight areas where they may need improvement. From there, you can develop strategies to address the gaps and ensure your students are better prepared for the job market.

Plus, work assessment tools from the James Stanfield Company equip students with skills that are relevant to the job market, bridging the gap between education and the real world. By furnishing students with the skills required for sustained employability, you are setting them up for success, confidence, and independence.


Assess your student’s preparation for the job site with these three key workplace assessment tools.

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    Age: 16+

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    Duration: 2hr

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    Lessons: 12

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    Format: Illustrations

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