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ACT WorkKeys Assessment Resources

Test Date: March 3-4
Location: MHS
Grades Tested: 12th


The Moberly School District is proud to partner with the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation and Moberly Area Community College to offer the ACT WorkKeys Assessment to our senior class.

The ACT WorkKeys Assessment is one of the College and Career Readiness (CCR) Assessments used by the Department of Elmentary and Secondary Education to measure whether our graduates are prepared for life after graduation. The other assessments used to measure College & Career Readiness are ACT, SAT, Compass, and ASVAB.

 

Based on their scores, student can earn a Nathion Career Readiness Certificate that is recognized by employers nationally, including 44 employers in Randolph County. Students earning a certificate can use it to provide potential employers with evidence of their skills. To learning more about the ACT WorkKeys Assessment and the ACT National Career Readiness Certificate, we have provided links to a variety of resources available from ACT.

 

 


 


ACT WorkKeys Assessment Information

ACT WorkKeys assessments are research-based measures of foundational work skills required for success across industries and occupations. They have been used for more than two decades by job seekers, employees, employers, students, educators, administrators, and workforce and economic developers.

 

ACT WorkKeys assessments measure the cognitive (“hard”) and noncognitive (“soft”) skills needed for success in the workforce. Read More Here!

 

 



 

 

Using Your WorkKeys Scores

How the ACT WorkKeys assessment system can work for you?
Whether you’re thinking about the next phase of your education, launching a new career, or making a transition in your current job, the ACT WorkKeys assessment system can help. Taking ACT WorkKeys tests is an important first step to prepare for education, training, a career, or career advancement. Your test scores help you compare your skills to the skills real jobs require.

ACT WorkKeys test questions are based on situations in the everyday work world. That’s why employers nationwide require these tests or ask applicants for the ACT National Career Readiness Certificate™ to help them hire, train, and promote the most qualified candidates. The ACT NCRC® is awarded on the basis of individuals’ ACT WorkKeys test scores and is the most widely used employability credential in the country.
Read More Here!!


ACT National Career Readiness Certificate

A nationally recognized work skills credentialThe ACT National Career Readiness Certificate (ACT NCRC®)is an assessment-based credential powered by ACT WorkKeys®. Issued at four levels, the ACT NCRC measures and certifies the essential work skills needed for success in jobs across industries and occupations.

The ACT NCRC is widely used by employers, educators, workforce developers, and others with a stake in the success of the economy. More than 2.3 million ACT NCRCs have been issued nationwide since the credential was introduced in 2006. Read More Here!!


 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Use Your ACT National Career Readiness Certificate

As a valuable work skills credential, the ACT NCRC provides employers with evidence of your skills. To use the ACT NCRC is to share your achievement with potential employers.
Click here to learn more about how to use your NCRC!

 

About WorkKeys: What we test - and why

WorkKeys® is a skills assessment system that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain a quality workforce. The assessments measure foundational and soft skills.

WorkKeys assessments measure skills that employers feel are essential to success in the workplace. Students, job seekers, and seasoned professionals can use WorkKeys to learn more about their strengths and weaknesses and gain a valid way to demonstrate their abilities to employers. Educators and employers can use it to help take the guesswork out of determining student, applicant, and employee qualifications. Click here to go to the ACT WorkKeys webpage!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Randolph County ACT Work Ready Communities Page

Many Randolph County employers are recognizing the ACT NCRC in support of this County achieving its Work Ready Communities goals.

Click here to learn more about the Randolph County Work Ready Communities initiative and to find a list of employers.