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The Occupational Interest Profile measures seven fields of interest and five work needs. It can then produce a comprehensive report making recommendations of suitable careers for the respondent. If the OIP is administered in conjunction with the General Reasoning Test Battery, the report engine can also take ability into account when generating an integrated report on suitable careers.

 

 


Classification certificate329.25 KB

Technical manual198.63 KB

OIP Factsheet

pdfNorm group: SA Bank applicants all races

pdfNorm group: SA English speakers grade 9

pdfNorm group: SA General population

pdfNorm group: OIP Vocational guidance clients

pdfNorm group: Industrial Psychology students

pdfNorm group: Call Centre Applicants

pdfNorm group: SA Vocational Guidance Clients

pdfNorm group: SA English Grade 7

pdfReliability SA Bank applicants all races

pdfReliability SA English grade 9

pdfReliability SA Vocational Guidance clients

pdfReliability SA Industrial Psychology students

pdfReliability SA English Grade 7

pdfValidity Correlations with JTI

pdfValidity OIP work needs with OPP

pdfValidity OIP with VMI

pdfValidity OIP with 15FQPlus

 

 




OIP Extended Report (GeneSys Online)

 

When administering the GRT2 as well as the OIP, the option of generating a career report becomes available. This costs 4 credits. 

Career Report (GeneSys online ONLY)

 

This report provides career-relevant information and is intended as a guide for the professional to utilise in writing their own integrated report. Additionally, it has summarised the information contained in the standard report of the GRT2 and the extended report of the OIP. The General Mental Ability Profile of the GRT2 is not included in the career report, however the career report does provide a career exploration guide.