What is TAP?
TAP is a functional vocational aptitude assessment that requires no reading and can benefit all individuals. TAP is hands on and computer correlated to the best career matches.
TAP is ten tests that use "real" tools and "real" tasks to measure an individual's functional aptitudes and strengths. TAP is a practical and proven way for you to provide "real" advice for your clients.
TAP is a proven system that is fast and easy to administer and evaluate.
The Talent Assessment Program - TAP, has established itself over the years as the vocational field's leader in assessing and evaluating functional vocational aptitudes.
The Evaluators Dream: Better Information in Less Time
TAP works with non-readers and readers. The functionally illiterate. The handicapped and non-handicapped. The english speaking and non-english speaking alike.
Now you can evaluate each individual for all types of manual jobs ... high tech, low tech and every job in between. TAP provides instant correlation of an individual's demonstrated attributes with the many jobs represented in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (D.O.T.) and the occupational data of the Department of Labor (D.O.L.).
Fair evaluation for all, and testing that makes sense.
Ever mindful of the needs of the vocational community. Talent Assessment has continued to improve its evaluation program to the point that many professionals now consider our computer program to be the "easiest and best program" they've ever used. TAP is the "evaluator compatible" program.
Ten Areas of Functional Assessment
Form and Spatial Perception
Fine Discrimination of Similar Objects
Fine Motor Dexterity
Dexterity with Small Tools
Dexterity with Large Tools
Flow Pattern Recognition
Immediately upon entering scores, a detailed report of an individual's test results are generated in a easy-to-read .pdf format that can be saved, printed, or shared. The report includes:
A comprehensive summary of all test items with positive feedback regarding the strengths indicated by each.
Potential Occupational Areas
Drawn from the Department of Labor data, the potential occupational ares are matched to the individual's test results.
A comparison of one's individual attributes to any job in the extensive TAP database which is correlated to the D.O.T., D.O.L., and G.O.E.
A detailed analysis of specific jobs related to an individual's potential occupational areas.