Realise your skills assessment

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What is a skills assessment?

The purpose of a skills assessment is to allow an employee, job seeker or business owner to identify their aspirations (their values, needs, personality) and analyze their skills (their resources, knowledge, and know-how, their soft skills, their added value) in order to define a professional project. This professional project should allow them to improve their level of job satisfaction, as well as develop their employability and secure their career path. It is accompanied by an action plan to implement it. The skills assessment is a positive projection towards the future. It also aims to develop skills, orient oneself and steer one’s career independently.

Supporting a recipient of a skills assessment means supporting an employee, job seeker or business owner in defining a new professional development project. To do this, it is a matter of supporting the recipient through tools such as tests, self-assessment questionnaires and interviews, to:

  • Better identify their aspirations in terms of meaning, values and personality,
  • Better know their skills, talents and potentials,
  • Choose a new profession, a new professional activity,
  • Overcome the material and psychological barriers to their professional development,
  • Gain self-confidence and take action to bring about change,
  • Succeed in making their project a reality and achieving their goals.

    The support concludes with the writing of a summary and an action plan. A follow-up interview takes place 6 months after the end of the skills assessment.

Process to the support

The training « Supporting a recipient of a skills assessment » is structured in three main parts.

Preliminary phase:

a) Analysis of the recipient’s request,
b) Determining the most appropriate format for the situation and the need
c) Joint definition of the terms of the assessment process.

Investigation phase : 

a) Professional assessment and career orientation and personality tests
b) Job/market analysis and documentary research

Conclusion phase : 

a) Appropriation of the detailed results of the investigation phase,
b) Identification of the conditions and means that favor the realization of the professional project(s)
c) Definition of the modalities and stages of the professional project(s), including the possibility of benefiting from a follow-up interview with the skills assessment service provider.

Frequently questions :

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Several reasons can lead you to do an assessment: you want to change your professional activity and don’t know where to go, you have a professional development project but don’t know how to implement it, you have the feeling of no longer enjoying your work, of not being in the right place, of « going around in circles », etc…

Everyone is likely to be able to benefit from a skills assessment. Company executives, human resources professionals, employees in the private and public sectors, job seekers, young people…

The duration of the skills assessment cannot exceed 24 hours per assessment. It can be carried out over several weeks or several months, and it is on average 3 months in duration.

Different sources of financing are possible depending on your situation: employer, OPCO (Operational Skills and Employment Committees), France Travail / Pôle Emploi (Public Employment Service), Transition pro, ANFH (National Association for the Training of Hospital Employees), Personal Training Account, personal financing…

You meet with a consultant during a free preliminary interview. And with the same consultant, you will be supported throughout your skills assessment.

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About the formation :


Multiple possible sources




24 hours


6 follow-up booklets

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