The Trainer for Industrial Settings Test identifies people with strong mental abilities who can handle complex industrial topics, work with mechanical equipment and explain challenging things to others. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:
- 3-D Reasoning
- Mechanical Comprehension
This test provides the answers you need to make informed decisions.
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Purpose: The Trainer for Industrial Settings Test identifies candidates with the mental ability to handle complex industrial topics, ability to work with mechanical equipment and operations competently, and are able to explain challenging subject matter to students.
In addition, the assessment evaluates interpersonal style for working closely with people, willingness to support company rules, willingness to talk about the company in favorable terms to impressionable new employees, and behave in a stable, professional manner.
About the Test: This test consists of five parts:
- 20 minute Mechanical Reasoning test to evaluate the candidate’s ability to understand mechanical principles underlying operation of equipment and the ability to explain these concepts to others
- 15 minute test of 8th grade level math problems because so many mechanical operations require a good understanding of math and the Trainer will need to explain and teach this to others
- 5 minute 3-D Reasoning test to evaluate the degree to which the candidate can visualize how solid objects fit together because they will need to disassemble and reassemble mechanical equipment during the training process
- 44 item untimed General Cognitive Aptitude test of abstract reasoning / numerical reasoning / verbal reasoning, all of which evaluates a person’s ability to learn quickly and handle complex subject matter
- 143 question personality inventory.
The timed components total 40 minutes, but the candidate will need extra time to read the instructions, while the untimed inventory and untimed aptitude questions can easily take an hour or more. So, the test will take an average of 2 hours to complete.
What the Report Gives You: A graphical display of scores of areas covered, an explanation of aptitude results, a list of strengths and developmental concerns, and suggested interview questions.
Testing Process: Online personality testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.
Options: Contact us to learn how we can customize the test content for your hiring process or the way information is presented in the report to meet your specifications. We can also help you validate an assessment for your workforce or establish company-specific scoring.
Validity Information: Available upon request.
The Trainer for Industrial Settings Test Evaluates: