Profile Professional Software
Profile Professional Software is designed with the Professional in mind - Rehabilitation Specialists, Employment Counsellors, Psychologists, Guidance Counsellors, and Health Care Professionals - anyone interested in matching people with occupations.
The Profile Professional database contains virtually all of the content found in the NOC and the NOC Career Handbook, combined with labour market information and salary data.
Profile Professional 2004 incorporates the database from the most-recent NOC (2001) and Career Handbook (2003), plus labour market information looking forward to 2007 (extracted from the latest print version of Job Futures).
You can work with 932 NOC Unit Groups - specifying "all" Unit Groups, one Skill Level, or one Skill Type. You can also search through more than 36,600 occupation/job titles and convert the title to its Unit Group for further information.
ONE PROGRAM, THREE SOLUTIONS
Profile Professional 2004 offers three separate operating modes:
Composite Transferrable Skills Analysis (C-TSA) Mode
Profile Professional 2004 offers a comprehensive Composite Transferrable Skills Analysis (C-TSA) mode.
This advanced feature enables you to build an NOC occupational profile that represents the combined NOC characteristics of all occupation titles in a client's work history. This client's composite profile can be modified if desired, then used to find matching Unit Groups from the NOC database.
Briefly, the C-TSA Steps are:
Profile Professional 2004 offers a new Desktop Mode that allows you to perform simple single-filter searches, without consuming any uses. This convenient feature saves time that would be needed to manually scan the printed copy of the NOC and Career Handbook.
GATB Score Conversion & Interpretation
Profile Professional 2004 is the only software of its type that allows you to input GATB raw scores. The program converts the raw scores to standard scores and aptitude levels, graphs the results, and provides an interpretation narrative of the obtained scores. This process saves you considerable scoring, conversion and interpretation time, and it also eliminates error.
Searching Made Easy
In the Composite Transferrable Skills Analysis (C-TSA) and Standard Modes of operation, you have complete control over how more than 50 selectable NOC descriptors can be modified, activated, or deactivated, for your comparison search of the NOC database. Furthermore, you can select specific portions of the NOC Career Handbook database, categorized by a Skill Level or Skill Type, and restrict the comparison search to those titles.
Keep Track of Your Clients
Profile Professional 2004 creates client files that store all comparison search filters for both Standard and C-TSA modes for each client file. In this way, you can revisit existing Profile client files, make changes to search filter criteria as required, and print new reports.
The Profile Professional 2004 software is licenced free of charge, either as a download from the Internet, or optionally on CD-ROM.
As a first-time user, you can receive complimentary uses for preview purposes. After you have consumed the complimentary uses, the software works on a pay-per-use basis.
Order as many uses as you need (minimum 5 per order). A new feature of Profile Professional 2004 allows you to order more uses before your remaining-uses counter runs down to zero. See the chart below for pricing information.
Profile Professional 2004 Software is designed to run on a standalone Pentium III (and up) or compatible PC. However, it can be installed on multiple computers with blocks of uses purchased for each separate computer. It does not have built-in network capability and is not available for Macintosh systems.
Recommended Minimum Hardware
These prices are for Profile Professional 2004 uses that are purchased on one order, to be installed on a single computer system.
Payment may be made by VISA, Mastercard, American Express, or Cheque.
Any applicable taxes are extra. If you have tax-exempt status, please specify in your order.
One use is sufficient to allow the examiner to work with a client and: (a) convert one set of GATB raw scores to Standard Scores and Aptitude Levels for the client; and/or (b) perform a series of Standard Mode searches for the client; and/or (c) perform a Composite Transferrable Skills Analysis (C-TSA) for the client; and/or (d) perform a series of C-TSA searches for the client.
Prices are in effect March 25, 2008.
For an order of more than 500 uses, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a price quote.