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Industrial Skills Testing

Hiring or training on important industrial skills? The Industrial Skills test package covers a wide range of industrial knowledge and skills, making this the perfect product for evaluating trainees and job applicants.

The Industrial Package provides testing on general skills and knowledge, as well as specialized tests covering particular skills such as construction, metalworking and plumbing. Following are the test descriptions.

Arithmetic

This Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage simple mathematical calculations and equations. The topics covered include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct simple mathematical calculations on the job.  Paper and pencil may be considered appropriate to provide test takers while administering the test.

Assembly and Matching

This test for Assembly and Matching covers such skill sets as: knowing the use of specific tools, assembling products, matching geometrical figures, as well as determining the knowledge of the tools or machinery to be used in a given job. This assessment also covers general areas of knowledge such as identifying different parts of industrial machinery and naming tools. It is appropriate to administer this test to anyone looking for a position in the industrial field.

AUZ-NZ Basic Arithmetic

The Australian Basic Arithmetic test aims at assessing the test takers ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, rounding, estimating sums and estimating differences.   This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct basic mathematical reasoning and calculations on the job.

AUZ-NZ Basic Industrial Skills

The Australian Basic Industrial Skills test is composed of questions related to ethics and conduct, English knowledge, safety, and math. This test is geared towards individuals in industrial positions like basic warehousing, assembly line, and food production workers.  A test for those just entering the industrial setting is offered. The Entry Level Industrial Skills assessment should be used in cases in which the test taker has yet to work in an industrial environment.

AUS-NZ Entry Level Industrial Skills

The Australian 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 considerations while on the job.

AutoCAD 2004

The AutoCAD 2004 test is designed to be administered to those with a minimum six months of AutoCAD 2004 experience. The test covers areas ranging from command functions, drawing customization, dimensioning, drawing techniques, design intent, scenario type questions, and finally, new AutoCAD 2004 features.

AutoCAD 2006

AutoCAD 2006 is a computer aided drafting program. The AutoCAD 2006 assessment measures the test taker's knowledge in 2 Dimensional Drafting, 3 Dimensional Modeling, File/Document Management, Basic Knowledge, and New Tools & Functionality for AutoCAD 2006.

AutoCAD 2007

The AutoCAD 2007 assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics with an emphasis on the understanding and application of the various tools available and the functions they perform. Other areas included focus on basic command functions, layers, and file management. The test is developed for technicians with a minimum of one year's experience with the program.

AutoCad 2009

The AutoCAD 2009 assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics with an emphasis on the understanding and application of the various tools available and the functions they perform. Other areas included focus on basic command functions, layers, and file management. The test is developed for candidates with a beginner to intermediate level of experience with the program.

AutoCad 2010

This AutoCAD 2010 assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics with an emphasis on the understanding and application of the various tools available and the functions they perform. Other areas include creating, manipulating, and altering objects, annotating, dimensioning, and plotting drawings, and using inquiry commands, layers, and the ribbon. This test is developed for candidates with a beginner to intermediate level of experience with the program.

Basic Arithmetic

This Basic Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, rounding, estimating sums, and estimating differences. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct basic mathematical reasoning and calculations on the job.

Basic CNC

The Basic CNC test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in Basic CNC applications. The test is comprised of several different topics ranging from safety, programming abilities and general knowledge of CNC operations and is aimed at those with at least one year of experience in the field.

Basic Electronics

This test covers knowledge of basic electronics. Topics included are resisters, capacitators, circuits, and electronic theory among others. The questions contained within this test vary between basic, intermediate, and advanced difficulty levels in order to accurately assess the level of experience and understanding displayed by the test taker. Assessments for Electronic Schematics Resistor Color Code are also available.

Basic Industrial Math

The Basic Industrial Math test is appropriate for individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of industrial work experience. It is advised that a calculator be made available. The questions focus on general arithmetic skills as well as math use in industrial setting applications. For a more basic math test, see the test entitled Basic Arithmetic.

Basic Industrial Skills

The Basic Industrial Skills test is composed of questions related to ethics and conduct, English knowledge, safety, and math. This test is geared towards individuals in industrial positions like basic warehousing, assembly line, and food production workers.  A test for those just entering the industrial setting is offered. The Entry Level Industrial Skills assessment should be used in cases in which the test taker has yet to work in an industrial environment.

Basic Injection Molding Skills

The Basic Injection Molding test covers techniques of injection molding as well as industry standards and work related terminology. Specific areas of knowledge tested include identifying machine parts, machine maintenance, operation of press, mold design, math skills, material handling and nomenclature, among others. The test is intended to identify the skill level of the test taker. To that end, questions are presented at varying levels of skill and are denoted as basic, intermediate and advanced.

Basic Ruler Reading

The 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.  For a more difficult ruler reading test, consider evaluating the English Ruler Reading, which incorporates the ability to add and subtract fractions.

Basic Warehouse Knowledge

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.

Basic Wireless Communication

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.

Blueprint Basics

The Blueprint Basics assessment measures an individual's understanding and knowledge of blueprints used in a construction setting. It utilizes portions of actual blueprints and illustrations of blueprint symbols to test their understanding of what a blueprint is saying to a contractor, sub-contractor, or architect. Topics include Blueprint Reading, Drawing Plans/Views, and Drawing Components/Symbols. 

Blueprint Reading

This test covers the test taker’s knowledge of non-specific-trade blueprint reading and blueprint symbols. It has a general focus on the construction trades and the blueprints typically associated with construction projects. It contains illustrations that primarily refer to residential construction projects that allow test takers to be assessed on their ability to visually understand the layout and symbols associated with residential construction drawings. It also evaluates the test taker’s comprehension of some line types used on construction drawings. The test is appropriate for test takers whose primary tasks include the construction and/or maintenance of residential structures that require frequent referral to a set of blueprints reflecting the desired outcome of the architect or engineer.

Class [A] Automotive Mechanics

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" mechanic is that the "A" mechanic should have superior knowledge of how a vehicle operates and should therefore be able to properly diagnose a problem rather readily. This test would be appropriate to administer to those who are looking to function in a class “A” automotive mechanic capacity.

Class [B] Automotive Mechanics

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 test is appropriate to administer to those intending to function in a class “B” automotive mechanic capacity.

Class [C] Automotive Mechanics

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 function in a class "C" automotive mechanic capacity.

Color Identification

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 plan on working, in any position in the electrical industry including the distribution and installation of electrical systems. The test's topical areas include the identification of various electrical components such as conductors, devices, hardware, tools and accessories, as well as the wiring methods used in the industry.

Counting

This test is intended to test an applicant's ability to count units. Topical areas include Simple Counting, Geometric-Depth Awareness, and Calculation. The questions are primarily focused for those working in an industrial or warehouse setting, however this assessment may be utilized for a position that requires counting objects.

Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications

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 design and application, and communications systems. All questions can be answered by qualified candidates without use of a calculator or reference book. The test results will help gauge the candidate's suitability for positions in design, manufacturing, systems operation, maintenance, and technical sales.

Electrical Engineering: Power and Control

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 maintenance. Most questions can be answered without a calculator or reference book, thereby testing the general familiarity with electrical engineering principles and problems. The test results will help gauge the candidate's suitability for positions in plant operations, consulting, construction, equipment design, and technical sales.

Electricians

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.

Electronic Schematics

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 year of experience in electronics. The questions vary between basic, intermediate and advanced levels in order to reveal the degree of competency in the topical areas.

English Ruler Reading

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 appropriate to administer to anyone who needs to use or read rulers.

Entry Level Industrial Skills

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 considerations while on the job.

Finish Carpentry

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 looking to function in a finish carpentry capacity.

Flooring Skills

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 basic knowledge of various types of flooring as well as the ability to identify proper tools and materials needed to efficiently and effectively perform on the job. This test is appropriate to administer to a person working on installing and/or caring for vinyl, wood, tile and carpet flooring.

Food Production

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 of the areas listed above. It tests for knowledge in a variety of food product productions that share common standards with each other regarding rules, laws, processes, and procedures. Product-specific questions are very limited in number.

Forklift Operation

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 trucks as well as other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines. Topics include Forklift Safety, Forklift Maintenance, and Operation of a Forklift.

French Canadian Basic Industrial Math

Le test de mathématiques industrielles de base est approprié pour les personnes qui ont terminé leurs études secondaires (ou l'équivalent) et qui ont au moins une année d'expérience de travail en milieu industriel. Il est conseillé qu'une calculatrice soit mise à leur disposition. Les questions portent sur les compétences arithmétiques générales ainsi que sur l'utilisation des mathématiques dans des applications en milieu industriel. Pour un test de mathématiques de base supplémentaire, voir le test intitulé Arithmétique de base.

French Canadian Basic Industrial Skills

Le test des compétences industrielles de base est composé de questions reliées à l'éthique et au comportement, à la connaissance du français, à la sécurité et aux mathématiques. Ce test est destiné aux personnes occupant des postes en milieu industriel comme les travailleurs aux activités d'entreposage de base, à la chaîne de montage et à la production alimentaire.

General Maintenance

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 to those functioning in a general maintenance capacity.

Hazardous Material Handling

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, and packaging and shipping. The questions range from basic to advanced and were constructed to reflect the skill level of the test taker in the four aforementioned areas. This test is intended for someone with at least one year of hazardous materials handling experience.

Home Inspection Skills

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 roofing systems, electrical systems, structural systems, plumbing systems, and heating systems. This test is appropriate to give to anyone who functions or wishes to function as a Home Inspector.

HVAC

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, Hydronics/Steam/Boilers, and Safety. To remove Refrigeration topics from this assessment, consider creating a customized assessment.

Lathe Operator

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 those with at least one year of CNC Lathe operating experience.

Manufacturing Basics

The Manufacturing Basics test assesses the working knowledge of the test taker in such areas as designing for the most economic production method, designing for a minimum number of machining operations and knowing how to specify finish and accuracy no greater than are actually necessary. This test covers the most often used manufacturing processes.

Map Reading Skills

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.

Matching-Alphanumeric

The Matching - Alphanumeric 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 displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Matching-Digit Numeric

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, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Matching-Industrial Images

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.

Matching-Numeric

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 displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Math & Reasoning Skills

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 needed to use math and/or reasoning skills on a regular basis.

Mechanical Engineering: Machine and Tool Design

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 basic category questions are primarily aimed at a junior engineer with 1-2 years of experience, engaged in the complete design process, which is supervised by a more experienced engineer or engineering manager. The intermediate and advanced questions are aimed at more experienced engineers but would provide good instructional topics for the junior engineer.

Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics Fundamentals

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 directed toward knowledge that is likely to be gained through experience in the field. A calculator might be helpful, but is not required. Where needed, conversion factors are given and where possible, questions employ units which make the arithmetic simple. Thermodynamic cycles and plants are covered, as are the first and second laws of thermodynamics. Conduction, convection, and radiation are also included. Questions target knowledge, comprehension, and application of the subject matter. This test would be appropriate for screening candidates for any industry, though some questions might not be appropriate for all industries. It is left to the discretion of those using the test to weigh the significance of each question.

Mechanical Reasoning

The Mechanical Reasoning test evaluates the basic Mechanical Aptitude of a prospective applicant. Topics focus on understanding simple machines, mechanical principles, pulleys, gears, levers, and pendulums.

Metalworking Skills

This Metalworking Skills test is designed to measure the knowledge a machinist is required to have 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.

Metric Ruler Reading

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 a Metric scale or ruler. This test is appropriate to administer to those who are required to read or use a Metric ruler on the job.

Micrometer & Calipers

The Micrometers & Calipers test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in the use and care of digital calipers and digital micrometers. Subject matter herein includes, micrometer and caliper care, hand positioning, micrometer and caliper positioning, and micrometer and caliper reading.   This test is appropriate to administer to those with experience using micrometers and calipers.

Milling Machine

This Milling Machine test assesses the test taker's knowledge and hands-on ability with running and maintaining a manual milling machine in a work environment. This assessment covers basic machine tool theory as well as safety, types of cutters, setup, and operation. This test is appropriate for any person who currently works or has worked on a manual milling machine and understands the basic methods/practices used within the manufacturing industry on these machines.

Pick/Pack

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 Pick/Pack field.

Plastic Fabrication Skills

Plastic fabrication includes many different processes and techniques. Usually, processes employed in forming plastic parts include, but are not limited to, injection molding, compression molding, blow molding, rotomolding, thermoforming, casting, extrusion, and pultrusion. For the purposes of this test, techniques used in modifying plastic forms are examined. The test is directed to individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of plastic fabrication experience.

PLC Programming

This PLC Programming test is designed to measure the level of a test taker's proficiency in programming and implementing PLC controls. Topics covered in this assessment include creating programs, instruction sets, math, and basic electrical and wiring concepts associated with PLCs. This test is appropriate for candidates that have a year or more experience with PLC Programming.

Plumbing Quality

This test was designed to examine the knowledge level of applicants interested in participating in the plumbing field. Questions were derived from technical information common in the plumbing field which include, but are not limited to; water supply, drainage, calculations, materials, tools, and rough-in specifications. The test is appropriate to administer to those seeking to function as a plumber.

Press Brake Operation

A Press Brake is a machine used in cold-forming metal sheets or strips into desired sections. It is an important industrial tool used by many metal workers. The Press Brake Operation assessment measures a candidate's knowledge of using a Press Brake properly and safely. The test taker should be familiar with the principals of using a Press Brake, proper metal bending techniques, and the tools and terms used in accurately shaping metal. This test is appropriate for candidates that have a strong, hands-on knowledge of Press Brake operation.

Product Packaging Skills

The Product Packaging Skills test is geared towards general product packagers. This test is not specific to any type of industry. This test is designed to measure general product packaging skills and includes questions regarding packaging process documents, shipping, cost estimates, and blister packaging and equipment.

Quality Assurance Inspection

The Quality Assurance Inspection test covers knowledge of construction techniques, methods, and practices associated with the responsibilities of a commercial quality assurance inspector, including but not limited to, site work, foundation, structural, finishes, electrical and mechanical tasks.  This test is appropriate for test takers who are responsible for the quality assurance inspection of commercial construction projects.

Resistor Color Code

The Resistor Color Code test is aimed at assessing the skill level of the test taker in basic resistor fundamentals such as color code recognition, tolerance ratings, and resistor calculations. This test is geared toward the entry level employee but, in order to decipher between more experienced candidates, also includes intermediate and advanced level questions covering these same subject areas.

Rough Carpentry

The Rough Carpentry test is based on design methods gained in the field. Questions revolve around common trade specific terms, techniques, tools and mathematical problems; these are the most common areas of rough carpentry. This test would be appropriate to administer to those who are intending to function in a rough carpentry capacity.

Safety in the Workplace

This is a general test on safety, aimed at determining the prospective associate's general and specific knowledge of safety principles and practices in the industrial and manufacturing environment. It covers basic safety, lifting, machine safety, fire extinguishers, and forklift safety from the pedestrian's perspective.

Shipping and Receiving Clerk Skills

The Shipping and Receiving test is directed at individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of shipping and receiving clerk experience. The questions address basic attention to detail as well as math and, finally, expand into general knowledge of real applications experienced in the shipping and receiving environment.

Shop Math

The Shop Math assessment covers such topics as adding numbers, converting decimals to fractions, determining dimensions, converting measurements, and working with fractions. This test is appropriate to administer to anyone working with shop math on a regular basis.

Soldering

The Soldering test is aimed at those who work in a class 2 shop. The subject areas include surface mount, through hole and advanced wire modifications. Most of the answers to the questions are covered in IPC 610C. The rest of the questions can be considered common knowledge.

SolidWorks 2006

The SolidWorks 2006 assessment is designed to evaluate skills in the usage and understanding of the SolidWorks 2006 software package. The test questions cover the process of creating a three dimensional part, making a two dimensional drawing of that part, and integrating multiple parts to create larger assemblies. It also covers some advanced and specialized features of SolidWorks 2006 to determine the depth of the user's knowledge.

Spanish Arithmetic

Esta prueba de aritmética evalúa la habilidad de quien la realiza para manejar ecuaciones y cálculos matemáticos simples. Los temas cubiertos incluyen suma, resta, multiplicación y división. Esta prueba es apropiada para ser administrada a postulantes a los cuales se les requerirá llevar a cabo cálculos matemáticos simples en el trabajo.

Spanish Basic Arithmetic

La prueba de aritmética básica evalúa la habilidad de quien la realiza para manejar estimaciones y cálculos matemáticos básicos. Los temas cubiertos incluyen, suma, resta, redondeo, estimación de sumas y estimación de diferencias. Esta prueba es apropiada para ser administrada a postulantes a los cuales se les requerirá llevar a cabo cálculos y razonamientos matemáticos básicos en el trabajo.  Puede considerarse apropiado proporcionar papel y lápiz a quienes realicen la prueba mientras se imparte la misma.

Spanish Basic Industrial Math

The Spanish Basic Industrial Math test is appropriate for individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of industrial work experience. A calculator may be used, if determined by the administrator. The questions focus on general arithmetic skills as well as math use in industrial setting applications.

Spanish Basic Industrial Skills

This Spanish version of the Basic Industrial Skills test is composed of questions related to ethics/conduct, basic competency of English, safety and math. This test is geared towards individuals in entry level industrial positions such basic warehousing, assembly line and food production workers.

Spanish Basic Warehouse Knowledge

The Spanish Basic Warehouse Knowledge test is designed for general warehouse workers. This test is in Spanish and covers topics such as the loading and unloading of trucks and railcars, as well as checking and prioritizing incoming and outgoing loads.

Spanish Blueprint Basics

The Spanish Blueprint Basics assessment measures an individual's understanding and knowledge of blueprints used in a construction setting in Spanish. It utilizes portions of actual blueprints and illustrations of blueprint symbols to test their understanding of what a blueprint is saying to a contractor, sub-contractor, or architect. Topics include Blueprint Reading, Drawing Plans/Views, and Drawing Components/Symbols.

Spanish Counting

This Spanish Counting test is intended to test an applicant's ability to count units, using Spanish. Topical areas include Simple Counting, Geometric-Depth Awareness, and Calculation. The questions are primarily focused for those who are working in an industrial or warehouse setting, however this assessment may be utilized for a position that requires counting objects.

Spanish Entry Level Industrial Skills

The Spanish 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 Spanish skills as well as the ability to follow directions and handle ethical considerations while on the job.

Spanish Finish Carpentry

The Spanish Finish Carpentry test is based on expertise gained in the field of finish carpentry in Spanish. 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 looking to function in a finish carpentry capacity for such topics as Doors, Joinery, Materials, Stairs, Trim, Windows, and more.

Spanish Forklift Operation

The Spanish Forklift Operation test is appropriate for test takers who are currently operating forklifts or supervise those who operate forklifts. It tests, in Spanish, for knowledge and skills used in the safe operation of forklifts which, according to OSHA includes tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand trucks as well as other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines. Basic knowledge that forklift operators must possess regarding the equipment itself is also tested.

Spanish Math & Reasoning Skills

The Spanish Math & Reasoning Skills test covers such topics as percentages, multiplication, fractions, word problems, patterns, and comparisons. This assessment is in Spanish and would be appropriate to give to any person who needs to use math and/or reasoning skills on a regular basis.

Spanish Mechanical Reasoning

The Spanish Mechanical Reasoning assessment evaluates the basic Mechanical Aptitude of a prospective applicant in Spanish. Topics focus on understanding simple machines, mechanical principles, pulleys, gears, levers, and pendulums.

Spanish Pick/Pack

La prueba de selección/empaque (Pick/Pack) tiene como objetivo evaluar la habilidad de la persona que realiza la prueba de leer y analizar variados estilos de comprobantes de selección/empaque. Los temas cubiertos incluyen lectura y comprensión de comprobantes, cálculo de inventario, comparación de ubicación e inferencia de datos. La prueba es adecuada para cualquiera que busque un puesto en el campo de selección/empaque.

Spanish Rough Carpentry

Spanish Rough Carpentry is carpentry work that does not need to be finely joined or polished in appearance, such as framing, formwork, roofing, and other structural projects. The Spanish Rough Carpentry assessment focuses on common trade specific terms, techniques tools, and mathematical problems in Spanish. This test would be appropriate to administer to those who are intending to function in a rough carpentry capacity.

Spanish Safety in the Workplace

This is a general test on safety, aimed at determining the prospective associate's general and specific knowledge of safety principles and practices in the industrial and manufacturing environment in Spanish. It covers basic safety, lifting, machine safety, fire extinguishers, and forklift safety from the pedestrian's perspective.

Spanish Shipping & Receiving Clerk Skills

The Spanish Shipping and Receiving test is directed at individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of shipping and receiving clerk experience. The questions are in Spanish and address basic attention to detail as well as math and, finally, expand into general knowledge of real applications experienced in the shipping and receiving environment.

Spatial Reasoning

This assessment measures the test taker's ability to view an object in their mind and manipulate it. These people are said to have good spatial awareness and often find success in the field of design, illustration, architecture, publishing, technology, electronic engineering, and IT. Topics within this assessment include Folding Shapes, Merging Shapes, Stacking Blocks, and Figure Comparison.

Tools and Fasteners

This test covers knowledge of many of the common fasteners as well as some of the fastener terms used in manufacturing, maintenance, and industrial settings. By including a number of illustrations, it allows the test taker to be evaluated on his visual knowledge of fasteners. By combining illustrations with applications, it allows the test taker to be assessed on his ability to match fasteners with applications. A limited amount of fastener tool knowledge is also included in this test.   This test is appropriate for test takers who will be exposed to various fasteners used in installation, assembly, maintenance, and repair of equipment, furniture, vehicles, utilities, in commercial, industrial, and some residential environments.

UK Arithmetic

The U.K. Arithmetic test aims to assess the test taker's ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.  This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct basic mathematical calculations on the job.

UK Basic Arithmetic

The U.K. Basic Arithmetic test aims at assessing the test takers ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, rounding, estimating sums and estimating differences.   This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct basic mathematical reasoning and calculations on the job.   Paper and pencil may be considered appropriate to provide test takers while administering the test.

UK Basic Industrial Skills

The U.K. Basic Industrial Skills test is composed of questions related to ethics and conduct, English knowledge, safety, and math. This test is geared towards individuals in industrial positions like basic warehousing, assembly line, and food production workers.  A test for those just entering the industrial setting is offered. The Entry Level Industrial Skills assessment should be used in cases in which the test taker has yet to work in an industrial environment.

UK Entry Level Industrial Skills

The U.K. 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 considerations while on the job.

UK Matching - Alphanumeric

The U.K. Matching - Alphanumeric 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 displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

UK Matching - Digit Numeric

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, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

UK Matching - Numeric

The U.K. 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 displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Unit Conversion

The Unit Conversion test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in converting common metric units into standard and vice versa. It also tests conversion of units within a single system.   This test is appropriate to administer to those that will be expected to convert mathematical units as a part of their every day work.

Weights and Measures [Standard and Metric]

The Weights and Measures [Standard and Metric] test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in conceiving of mathematical situations, determining means for finding solutions as well as determining those solutions. Questions are given that will reveal the test taker's understanding and handling of word problems (most of which provide conversion rates), conducting basic calculations as well as displaying knowledge of terminology often used in conjunction with mathematical units and concepts. While a calculator is not necessary to successfully complete this test, it will not aid the test taker unless they are familiar in weights and measures, a calculator may or may not be used, to be determined by the test administrator.  This test is appropriate to administer to those working in an industrial environment that will be expected to use calculations in the work place.  Note that if you are seeking a strictly conversion-based test, the Unit Conversion test will be a better fit for your needs.

Welding

This Welding test is designed to evaluate the candidate’s general knowledge of the welding industry. Areas covered include stick welding, wire feed welding, Heliarc welding, torch operation, safety, general welding knowledge, and welding symbols.

Wholesale Distribution Knowledge

The Wholesale Distribution test is intended to evaluate the knowledge level of the test taker in Wholesale Distribution functions and procedures. The test covers areas such as economical issues encountered in wholesale organizations, product knowledge, market conditions, and general principles of distribution, as well as vocational skills employed in the work environment.

Woodworking

The Woodworking test is based on the general knowledge an experienced woodworker of two or more years should know. Areas tested include general knowledge of wood and how it reacts to environmental changes, knowledge of commonly used tools and what they are used for, joinery techniques, carcass construction, and finishing techniques. This test is appropriate to administer to persons with one or more years of experience in a cabinet shop, sawmill, or furniture manufacturing plant.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System

The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) 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, Worker Education, Workplace Health, Workplace Safety, Supplier & Workplace Labels, MSDS Requirements, Exemptions\Exceptions, and Responsibilities.

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Industrial Test Pack
  • Arithmetic
  • Assembly & Matching
  • AUS-NZ Basic Arithmetic
  • AUS-NZ Basic Industrial Skills
  • AUS-NZ Entry Level Industrial Skills
  • AutoCAD 2004
  • AutoCAD 2006
  • AutoCAD 2007
  • AutoCAD 2009
  • AutoCAD 2010
  • Basic Arithmetic
  • Basic CNC
  • Basic Electronics
  • Basic Industrial Math
  • Basic Industrial Skills
  • Basic Injection Molding Skills
  • Basic Ruler Reading
  • Basic Warehousing Knowledge
  • Basic Wireless Communication
  • Blueprint Basics
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Class "A" Automotive Mechanics
  • Class "B" Automotive Mechanics
  • Class "C" Automotive Mechanics
  • Color Identification
  • Counting
  • Electrical Engineering - Electronics & Communication
  • Electrical Engineering - Power & Control
  • Electricians
  • Electronic Schematics
  • English Ruler Reading
  • Entry Level Industrial Skills
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Flooring Skills
  • Food Production
  • Forklift Operation
  • French Canadian Basic Industrial Math
  • French Canadian Basic Industrial Skills
  • General Maintenance
  • Hazardous Material Handling
  • Home Inspection Skills
  • HVAC
  • Lathe Operator
  • Manufacturing Basics
  • Map Reading Skills
  • Matching Tests
  • Math & Reasoning Skills
  • Mechanical Engineering - Machine & Tool Design
  • Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics Fundamentals
  • Mechanical Reasoning
  • Metalworking Skills
  • Metric Ruler Reading
  • Micrometer & Calipers
  • Milling Machine
  • Pick/Pack
  • Plastic Fabrication Skills
  • PLC Programming
  • Plumbing Quality
  • Press Brake Operation
  • Product Packaging Skills
  • Quality Assurance Inspection
  • Resistor Color Code
  • Rough Carpentry
  • Safety in the Workplace
  • Shipping and Receiving Clerk Skills
  • Shop Math
  • Soldering
  • SolidWorks 2006
  • Spanish Arithmetic
  • Spanish Basic Arithmetic
  • Spanish Basic Industrial Math
  • Spanish Basic Industrial Skills
  • Spanish Basic Warehouse Knowledge
  • Spanish Blueprint Basics
  • Spanish Counting
  • Spanish Entry Level Industrial Skills
  • Spanish Finish Carpentry
  • Spanish Forklift Operation
  • Spanish Math & Reasoning Skills
  • Spanish Mechanical Reasoning
  • Spanish Pick/Pack
  • Spanish Rough Carpentry
  • Spanish Safety in the Workplace
  • Spanish Shipping & Receiving Clerk Skills
  • Spatial Reasoning
  • Tools& Fasteners
  • UK Arithmetic
  • UK Basic Arithmetic
  • UK Basic Industrial Skills
  • UK Entry Level Industrial Skills
  • UK Matching Tests
  • Unit Conversion
  • Weights & Measures
  • Welding
  • Wholesale Distribution Knowledge
  • Woodworking
  • Workplace Hazardoug Materials Information System
 
 
 
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