BULLS-EYE FUTURE-FIT SKILLS FRAMEWORK

Develop employability skills

The Bulls-Eye Future-Fit Skills Framework is a simple model which enables students to assess and develop their employability skills. Self-assessment against 12 areas of competency provides insights into strengths and development areas, and the framework is supported by a resource hub of practical ideas for skill development.

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  • Based on global future of work research
  • Ability to integrate with existing school frameworks
  • Self-assessment guide
  • Electronic toolkit
  • Comprehensive development actions
  • Supported by e-learning resources

The Bulls-Eye Future Pathways Assessment (FPA) helps young people to identify their strengths and interests in an occupational context. By assessing occupational talents and interests, students, with the help of educators and parents can start to pinpoint future pathways which make the most of their natural abilities while targeting their interests.

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  • 15-20 minute completion time
  • NZ version
  • Australian version
  • University and Non-University pathway options
  • Based on occupational personality theory
  • No invasive or intrusive items
  • Online administration and instantaneous reporting
  • PDF report emailed to respondent
  • Administrator access to individual results and overall trends and data
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The Research

There’s an increasing demand for enterprise skills – FYA’s research has identified transferable enterprise skills, such as digital literacy, problem solving and creativity will be needed to thrive in the future of work. It shows employers are already demanding and paying a premium for these skills.

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BULLS-EYE FUTURE PATHWAYS ASSESSMENT

Develop employability skills

The Bulls-Eye Future-Fit Skills Assessment (FFSA) is an interactive skills assessment which measures competency against 12 key employability skills. The FFSA assesses young people’s skills in four key domains: 1) Thinking; 2) Doing; 3) Relating; and, 4) Digital, Community and the World of Work. Results provide insights into strengths and development areas with practical ideas for skill development.

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  • 15-20 minute completion time Interactive skills-based assessment
  • Based on global future of work research
  • Specific skills assessed using best practice techniques
  • Validated against employability skills research
  • Online administration and instantaneous reporting
  • PDF report emailed to respondent
  • Administrator access to individual results and overall trends and data
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