Are you the parent of a grade 11 or 12 learner or university student? Are you lying awake at night, secretly wondering what else you could possibly do to help your child make a career decision that’s right for them? Have you asked yourself any of these questions:
- Should they go to university or college?
- Should they rather take a gap year?
- How will we even afford the fees?
- What can they study with their particular subject combination?
- What do we do if they don’t get selected for the particular course they want to study?
- There are so many options to choose from, how do we even start making a decision?
- My child has narrowed down their interest to 2 -3 possibilities, but we are still not sure which way to go.
- We’ve done assessments before at other institutions, but still have no clarity on how to proceed given our unique needs. Should we even bother doing another assessment?
- What job could my child get in the current economic climate?
- How would they even go about finding a job?
- My child has a CV, but we are just not getting any positive responses. What could be the problem?
- My child has already passed grade 12 and is sitting at home so how do I keep them motivated to look for a job?
- My child is at university, but wants to change subjects.
- My child is at university and is considering post graduate studies.
Creating a fabulous life starts by making the right career choice. Don’t wing it. Plan ahead and get advice from those who know.
When are the assessments conducted?
Assessments for grade 11 and 12 learners take place every first and last Saturday morning of the month from 8.30 – 12.00. Spaces are limited as the assessments are done in a small group context.
Dates for the remainder of this term are as follows:
Assessments for learners who have completed grade 12 are conducted during week mornings by appointment.
Where are assessments conducted?
All assessments take place in Walmer, Port Elizabeth. When you book your session we will send you directions to the premises.
How long does it take?
The assessment itself takes 3 -3.5 hours. Feedback is provided within 1-2 weeks after assessment at a private appointment.
Do I get a report?
You will receive a comprehensive report, indicating the results and next steps to take. The report will be discussed with you, the parent and learner during the feedback session.
What is the fee?
The fee is R2250 per learner and includes the 3 – 3.5 assessment session, 1 hour personalised feedback and comprehensive report. The fee is payable in full prior to the assessment taking place.
Can I claim this from medical aid?
Our practice works on a cash basis and your are responsible for claiming from your medical aid yourself. We use the code Z55.9.
Need more info?
Contact details: email@example.com
During office hours: 0825381584