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Employability Skills

Cleveratti Career Choice Survey

It is an established fact that a person will be happy in a career, where he/she has the skills and the passion.

The most recent thinking around career counselling and career oriented psychometric tests is veering towards passion and temperament over and above aptitude. Educationists and students alike now realize that aptitude and abilities will help students with their performance but will not be sufficient to predict satisfaction and hence sustainability. While abilities and skills can be learned, temperament and passion or intrinsic motivation is unique to a person and acts as a greater influence in life. It thus becomes imperative to take all three aspects into account when making career decisions.

Our Holistic Approach

  • Step 1 : Understanding Aptitude and considering related fields for career choices.
  • Step 2 : Recognizing incumbents’ passion or Interests and identifying the suitable career clusters
  • Step 3 : Understanding the incumbent’s temperamental predispositions and identifying the work environment and nature of work most suited.
  • Step 4 : Suggesting top career choices that would be a good fit, from the career clusters and occupations that emerge, where all three aspects meet.

Cleveratti Career Choice Survey has 4 sections. Which are designed to provide crucial insights to the survey taker in guiding him/her to their best career choice. These four sections are:

  1. Key Employability Skills
  2. Top Career Suitability
  3. Career You are Most Interested in
  4. Find your Career Quadrant

Section 1: Key Employability Skills

Cleveratti has listed out certain key employability skills, which have been collated after a detailed research from some of the top surveys conducted on the subject from across the globe.

These skills are:

  • Communication Skills
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Problem-Solving Skills
  • Adaptability
  • Critical Thinking
  • Handling Pressure
  • Organization Skills
  • Numeracy
  • Initiative
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Valuing diversity and differences
  • Negotiation Skills

Here are your top skills :

Section 2: Top Career Suitability

As per your aptitude, here are the various careers that you are most suited for :

Section 3: Career You are Most Interested in

Here are the list of careers that match your expressed interest . You can also learn a little more about these careers form the brief descriptions of these careers captured in this section.

Section 4: Find your Career Quadrant

Here is a model that Cleveratti Skills uses which is the essence of our diagnostic process and the basis of all our career related recommendations.

At Cleveratti Skills, we employ Standardised Psychometric Tests to get insights into the students’ mind and that informs our career related counselling.

Most Career counselling models take into account only one aspect to suggest career options while other aspects may be touched upon in passing. However, at Cleveratti Skills aspects of the temperament and passion are kept in greater focus given the individualism and self-awareness that define the youth today. Aptitude will always remain important, however we believe that , with the right guidance and training many skills can be improved upon to bring to a level where it becomes an asset.

‘Find your quadrant’ Model employed at Cleveratti

The 4th quadrant is the most desirable bracket for a career choice. This quadrant indicates the career choices which the candidate is most passionate about and also has a suitable temperament for. Also tells us in which quadrant the student currently is with his current choices. A holistic Career counselling approach looks at the situation , options and the person as a whole entity to show the right direction