The first step in career planning is to understand yourself. Self-assessments help you explore and understand your:
- Workplace Values: identify what is important to you in the workplace
- Personality: explore your personality traits to identify occupations that are a good fit
- Skills: identify your skills and strengths and find occupational areas that use these
- Interests: explore your likes and dislikes to identify occupations that are of interest to you
Using self-assessments will help you to choose a suitable career that ignites your passion. To get started, visit the Province’s WorkBC website. Here you will find a lot of career information and a number of assessments that will help you make a career plan.
If you are NOT already a Self-Service Client, you need to register. To register, visit the Online Employment Services Portal and complete the application.
If you are a Self-Serve Client and need some assistance understanding the results your career assessments and would like help to make a Career Plan, register for Employment Services. When you register for Employment Services, you will get your own Career Coach.