BULLS-EYE FUTURE PATHWAYS ASSESSMENT

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Our Future Pathways Assessment helps young people to identify their strengths and interests in an occupational context. By assessing occupational talents and interests, students can start to pinpoint pathways which make the most of their natural abilities while targeting their interests.

QUICK FACTS

  1. Online administration
  2. 15-20 minute completion time
  3. New Zealand & Australian versions
  4. University and Non-University options
  5. Research-based
  6. No invasive or intrusive items
  7. Automated reporting
  8. Administrator dashboard

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.

QUICK FACTS

  1. Online administration
  2. 15-20 minute completion time
  3. New Zealand & Australian versions
  4. University and Non-University options
  5. Research-based
  6. No invasive or intrusive items
  7. Automated reporting
  8. Administrator dashboard

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I was so excited that Bulls-Eye ticked all of my ‘most important’ boxes! We love how simple and user-friendly it is. It’s a thing of beauty.

Wanda Hayes

Director of Post Secondary Planning, Brisbane Girls' Grammar School

When I saw what Bulls-Eye could do for our students I was so excited. The tool is interactive and fun, and engages students in a process to develop their career self-awareness and explore a wide variety of career options.

Kay Grant

Careers Advisor, Taupo-nui-a-Tia College

Students really enjoy the process and are very interested in the possible career pathways that Bulls-Eye links to their interests and strengths.

Paul Wilson

Careers Advisor, St Paul's Collegiate

Bulls-Eye is an engaging and innovative online interest and career tool which supports students to discover career path options which match their interests and skills, while encouraging a broad focus and supporting an informed approach to subject engagement and subject selection for our students.

Ronel Bothma

Careers Counsellor, All Hallows School