Over the past few years we have been working
with schools in East Sussex and Kent, helping students reach decisions about
education and careers and understand how strengths, interests and personality
fit together to inform ideas about career routes.
We work with students with very different abilities.
In March 2016 the Department of Education
published new statutory guidelines for careers, this
document states that governing bodies of schools have a statutory duty to
ensure that all registered pupils are provided with independent careers
guidance from year 8 to year 13. The careers guidance provided must be
independent – where independent is defined as being external to the school.
The support we offer can
takes the form of;
- One to one guidance
- Group workshops
- Equine facilitated learning
- Strengths, interests and ability testing
(including dyslexia and Morrisby)
- Detailed personal profile reports and feedback
- Ongoing support
Support is delivered by Career Development Professionals who are qualified over and above the qualification level
recommended by Ofsted in their Statutory Guidelines for Career Guidance
Provision in Schools. Needless to say I and my associates have Enhanced DBS and full
professional indemnity insurance.
If you would like to receive a full proposal and contract of
engagement please click here and complete the form.
Reveals abilities, personality and interests
Gives career suggestions, A level and degree choices
For students aged 15+ and adults
Struggling to find the right career for you? If you are considering a variety of options or have no idea which career path to take, a Morrisby psychometric assessment can help.
It will offer insight in to you abilities, personality and interests and uses the information to match you to careers and qualifications which may suit you.
The Traditional Morrisby package comprises:
- 3 hour series of timed pen and paper tests
- Detailed personal report
- A 1 hour session of guidance to talk through your report
- Lifetime access to the Morrisby information website
Assessment are held throughout the year and in schools at their request. They can be sat by students from the last term of Year 10 to adults. We also offer the shorter Online Morrisby assessment.
What is Morrisby?
The Morrisby Profile is a well established and respected careers diagnostic tool, validated by the British Psychological Society. It is a series of paper based tests and a questionnaire which together assess aptitudes and work/study oriented personality.
The test takes three hours and the output is a detailed, personalised report which shows how your aptitudes relate to relevant careers. Taking into account your qualifications, personality and work related interests, it suggests 12 careers you may wish to explore further. It also identifies suitable A levels or degrees if you are at that stage in your education.
Who can sit a Morrisby assessment?
Morrisby assesssments can be sat by students when they reach the last term of school year 10 upwards. They are also suitable for adults when they finish eductation, are facing reducndancy or considering a career change.
You will need a reading age of 12 years or over to cope with this assessment.
Can I do Morrisby if I have special needs.?
A Morrisby assessment does not allow you to have extra time to do the tasks or to have someone sit with you to read or scribe. I fyou have learning difficulties it may not be the rights assessment for you if you do not have a reading age of 12 years or over.
This assessment has been sat by those with dyslexia, dyspraxia, hearing problems and those who are physically challenged. We have larger print question and answer books for those with visual impairment.