Industrial Reading Test

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
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Language English
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Accurately and efficiently identify individuals with the ability to read and comprehend rules, regulations, and manuals.

The Industrial Reading Test (IRT) measures reading ability and comprehension with industry-relevant passages and questions. The higher the score, the greater the likelihood your candidate will:

• Successfully complete technical training and orientation programs.
• Understand rules and regulations designed to protect employees and ensure target quality and speed of manufacturing output.
• Repair products properly to reduce the frequency of service calls.
• Perform better overall.

The concise 2-page IRT Score Report provides the candidate’s industrial reading ability relative to other individuals in industrial and manufacturing positions.

The Industrial Reading Test provides critical information when hiring:

• Service and Repair Technicians
• Equipment Operators
• Facility Maintenance Employees
• Production Employees
• Roles in Regulated Facilities
• Skilled Trade Professionals
• Apprentices

Administration time is approximately 40 minutes (9 passages and 38 Items).

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