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All SkillScan tools provide a fast, interactive and intuitive-based process for identifying transferable skills – critical knowledge for identifying appropriate career options, college majors and training programs and planning skill development actions. SkillScan also features a system for integrating skill results with other traditional interests, values and personality inventories to provide a holistic picture of client career patterns. SkillScan is instrumental in career counseling to help clients develop skill-based resumes and cover letters and prepare for interviews. SkillScan works across the spectrum of client populations from college-bound high school student, community college, university and graduate student, re-entry individuals, adults in transition and retirees.

SkillScan Drive (2018)

SkillScan Dfrive: Career Aptitude and Skills Test

Drive features a comprehensive and streamlined online transferable skills assessment. Clients gain critical insights on their strengths within 6 skill competencies and receive a robust and detailed report that includes information on career and educational options that optimize their skills, suggested development actions to enhance marketability and a personalized roadmap to apply the results to their career goals.

SkillScan Express (2014)

SkillScan Express: Career Aptitude and Skills Test

SkillScan created SkillScan Express, an interactive online career assessment that can be completed on mobile devices, and offers a new, streamlined assessment and report format.

Advance Pack 2.0 (2005) Updated in 2017.

SkillScan Advance Pack: Skills Test Tool

SkillScan released Advance Pack, a skills assessment tool designed to meet the career development needs of clients. This hands-on card sort tool provides an engaging and insightful process for skills identification. The Manual is packed with detailed information for applying results to client's career planning, transition, and job search needs.

SkillScan Online (1998)

SkillScan released its first online assessment, SkillScan Online: Have Skills, Will Travel. This online version provided a self-directed experience that clients could access remotely and at their convenience. Have Skills, Will Travel was replaced by Career Driver in 2009.

See what our users are saying...

I really liked using Skillscan’s Career Driver Online. I liked how the system grouped skills and made career and class suggestions based on those skills. I took my students to the computer lab to take the assessment and it was helpful to work in a group because one student’s question helped other students. My students found it easy to use. During my student’s final presentation on their career action plan, they all talked about the Career Driver’s recommendations for their skills and how it would fit into to the job they wanted.