Created by             Dr. Mary AskewHolland Codes Resource Centerhttp://www.hollandcodes.com                 © 2002 - 2012
Step One:     Step Two:      Step Three: Awareness,   Educational Knowledge       and            Career                   ...
Step One – Awareness, Knowledge,         and Assessment   Gain knowledge and understanding of -     • Interests     • Abil...
•   Information provided•   Ease of use•   Cost•   Format - paper/pencil, computerized•   Links to Internet resources•   R...
The National Career Development Guidelines are thestandard for most career resources.The National Career Development Guide...
• Self-knowledge deals with our self-concept,  interpersonal skills, growth, and development.• Educational and occupationa...
National Career Development Guidelines*                       Career Development Standards by Area and Level              ...
National Career Development       Guidelines (4)                            National Career Development Guidelines*       ...
Business Contact                     Business Operations      (Enterprising)                       (Conventional)         ...
Holland Career Personalities                     REALISTIC          INVESTIGATIVE          ARTISTIC            SOCIAL     ...
Holland Career Personalities 2             REALISTIC          INVESTIGATIVE            ARTISTIC             SOCIAL        ...
Holland Personalities           Realistic   Investigative    Artistic    Social   Enterprising   ConventionalCareers   Eng...
Self Directed     My Career      Strong Interest  Features                    Search          Profile          Inventory  ...
Self Directed Search• Holland Career Model is the basis for the SDS.• People, occupations, and work environments can be  c...
The SDS has been used by over 22 million people worldwide.                                                            Self...
My Career ProfileThe My Career Profile Guidance System is an  ON-LINE Holland career self assessment test  that provides i...
The Strong Interest Inventoryassessment is the most respected andwidely used career planning instrument inthe world that m...
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Step One is Awareness, Knowledge, and Assessment. Gain understanding of interests, abilities, skills, and values.
The National Career Development Guidelines cover three main areas – Self-knowledge, Educational and Occupational Exploration, and Career Planning. In the Holland Hexagon Model, there are six vocational personalities show the relationships between Ideas, People, Data, and Things.

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Step One: Self Awareness

  1. 1. Created by Dr. Mary AskewHolland Codes Resource Centerhttp://www.hollandcodes.com © 2002 - 2012
  2. 2. Step One: Step Two: Step Three: Awareness, Educational Knowledge and Career Planning and OccupationalAssessment Exploration
  3. 3. Step One – Awareness, Knowledge, and Assessment Gain knowledge and understanding of - • Interests • Abilities • Skills • Values
  4. 4. • Information provided• Ease of use• Cost• Format - paper/pencil, computerized• Links to Internet resources• References to other resources• Learning style preferences• Age of the individual completing the assessment
  5. 5. The National Career Development Guidelines are thestandard for most career resources.The National Career Development Guidelines coverthree main areas –• Self-knowledge• Educational and Occupational Exploration• Career Planning
  6. 6. • Self-knowledge deals with our self-concept, interpersonal skills, growth, and development.• Educational and occupational exploration talks about the relationships between learning, work, career information skills, job seeking, skill development, and the labor market.• Career planning includes self-assessment, career exploration, decision making, life role formation, goal setting, and the implementation of career choices.
  7. 7. National Career Development Guidelines* Career Development Standards by Area and Level Middle High Elementary Junior High Adult School School Knowledge of Understanding Skills to Self- Knowledge of the influence the influence of maintain aKnowledge the importance of a positive a positive self- positive self- of self-concept self-concept concept concept Knowledge UnderstandingEducational the relationship Skills to enter Awareness of of the benefits and between and the benefits of of educationalOccupational educational participate in educational achievementExploration achievement education and achievement to career and career training opportunities planning Understanding Skills to Career Skills to make Skills to make how to make make Planning decisions decisions decisions decisions
  8. 8. National Career Development Guidelines (4) National Career Development Guidelines* Career Development Standards by Area and Level Middle High Elementary Junior High Adult School School Understanding Understanding Skills to Educational Awareness of the the need for participate And the relationship relationship positive attitudes Occupational between work in work and between work toward work and Exploration and learning learning. lifelong and learning learning Skills to Skills to locate, Skills to Skills to evaluate, and locate, locate, understand and interpret career understand, evaluate, and use career information and use career interpret information information career information Awareness of the Skills to importance of Knowledge of Skills to prepare prepare to personal skills necessary to seek, obtain, seek, obtain, responsibility and to seek and maintain, and maintain, and good work habits obtain jobs change jobs change jobs
  9. 9. Business Contact Business Operations (Enterprising) (Conventional) DataSocial Service People Things Technical (Social) (Realistic) I deas Arts Science (Artistic) (Investigative) In the Holland Hexagon Model, there are six vocational personalities show the relationships between Ideas, People, Data, and Things.
  10. 10. Holland Career Personalities REALISTIC INVESTIGATIVE ARTISTIC SOCIAL ENTERPRISING CONVENTIONAL Analytical, Complicated, Helping, Persuasive, Careful, Frank, Practical, Intellectual, Original, Informing, Energetic, Conforming, Focused, Reserved, Impulsive, Teaching, Sociable, Conservative,Characteristics Mechanical, Independent, Independent, Inspiring, Adventurous, Conscientious, Determined, Scholarly, Expressive, Counseling, Ambitious, Risk- Self-controlled, Rugged Judgmental Creative Serving taking Structured Manipulates tools, Interacts with Works with Uses imagination Strengths Possesses people, Orders activities abstract ideas and and feelings in Leads, manages, mechanical, concerned with paying attention to intellectual creative and organizes manual, or athletic the welfare of details problems expression ability peoplePrefers to deal Things Ideas and Things Ideas and People People Data and People Data and Things with
  11. 11. Holland Career Personalities 2 REALISTIC INVESTIGATIVE ARTISTIC SOCIAL ENTERPRISING CONVENTIONAL Craftsman, Teacher, Clergy, Fitness Biologist, Chemist, Manager, Producer, Accountant, Artist, Musician, Coach, Trainer,Optician, Historian, Lawyer,Business/ Banker, Editor, Actor/ Actress, Therapist,Careers Policemen, Fire Researcher, Marketing Executive, Office Manager, Designer, Writer, Nurse, Fighter, Physical Doctor, Entrepreneur, Librarian, Photographer Counselor, Education Mathematician Principal Reporter Sociologist Teacher Justice Studies, Nursing, Pre-Law, BusinessPossible Fire Science, Biology, Chemistry, Christian Art, Theater, Management andCollege Athletic Training, Nursing, Pre- Education, Business, Graphic Design, Administration,Majors Martial Arts, Medicine, Counseling, Accounting, Music, Journalism, International Corporate Mathematics, Biblical Studies, Management Communication Business, Political Fitness, Physical History Social Science, Science Education Education
  12. 12. Holland Personalities Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Enterprising ConventionalCareers Engineer Chemist Designer Teacher Manager AccountantCareers Technician Physician Musician Nurse Lawyer Office Clerk
  13. 13. Self Directed My Career Strong Interest Features Search Profile Inventory Format Printed, Online Online Online High School, High School, High School,Reading Level College, and College, and College, and Adult Adult AdultHolland Codes X X Career Lists X X XCollege Majors X X X
  14. 14. Self Directed Search• Holland Career Model is the basis for the SDS.• People, occupations, and work environments can be classified in one of the six Holland types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.• People are more comfortable when they are in a compatible work environment.• Using a 2 or 3-letter code, the Self-Directed Search matches interests and abilities to a list of careers and college majors.• The SDS has been used by over 22 million people worldwide.
  15. 15. The SDS has been used by over 22 million people worldwide. Self- Directed Self-Directed Self-Directed Self- Directed Search Form E Search Explorer Search On-Line Search Form R (E for Easy) (Junior High) Format On -Line Printed Printed Printed Holland Codes Yes, 3 letter Yes, 3 letter Yes, 2 letter Yes, 2 letter Holland Codes Yes Yes Yes Yesmatched to careers Holland Codesmatched to college Yes Yes No No majors Career Profiles Yes 1,309 jobs Yes, 1309 jobs Yes, 860 jobs Yes, 400Time to Complete 35 to 45 minutes 35 to 45 minutes 35 to 45 minutes 35 to 45 minutesCost for Workbook $10 $10 $12 $15 Per Person
  16. 16. My Career ProfileThe My Career Profile Guidance System is an ON-LINE Holland career self assessment test that provides information on –• Interests• Values• Skills• Personalities,• Holland Codes• 1200+ occupations• 6000 schools
  17. 17. The Strong Interest Inventoryassessment is the most respected andwidely used career planning instrument inthe world that measures –• Scores on the level of interest on each of the six Holland Codes or General Occupational Themes• Scores on 25 Basic Interest Scales (e.g. art, science, and public speaking)• Scores on 211 Occupational Scales• Scores on 4 Personal Style Scales• Scores on 3 Administrative Scales

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