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School Based Assessments for Year 12s

Schools can support their Year 12s and their busy Career Advisor by hosting Eye Opener Assessments. The process is particularly useful for assisting Year 12s who ‘don’t know where to start’. Some students may wish to confirm that their current goals ‘fit’ their personal style, interests and preferred work environment.

Hassle Free

Schools are asked to provide a room for assessment and counselling sessions and to distribute the Eye Opener brochure to Year 12s and their parents – we do the rest. Parents contact Tracy directly to arrange appointment times and payment.

Cost Effective

School based Eye Opener Assessments are half the price of individual assessments but still include a 75 minute individual Feedback and Counselling session. Parents are invited to attend.

Tracy can provide WACOT and Working With Children details.

Download a sample School Based Assessment brochure to get a feel for how Eye Opener Assessments can work in your school.

Group Assessment
(50 minutes)

  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • Occupational Search Inventory (OSI-3)

Individual Feedback and Counselling (75 minutes)

$155 per student

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more information

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Testimonial

"Eye Opener is aptly named. Tracy’s relaxed, positive and dynamic personality ensured that our Year 12 son left his sessions with her feeling excited and motivated, having had his eyes opened to the possibilities ahead. He found her open manner and easy communication enabled him to understand his strengths and the possible options for future study. This has resulted in him choosing a university course which he has loved. I work with Senior School students and have recommended that some of my Year 12 students attend an “Eye Opener” session. They too have felt the benefit of Tracy’s guidance and counsel and have gained a greater understanding of their personality and strengths and consequently, possible future pathways."
Jan Coffey, Parent and Teacher