Goodwill’s vocational evaluation helps individuals identify vocational strengths and weaknesses through test materials and/or hands-on work.
A trained vocational evaluator aids individuals in developing an assessment plan. The plan is based on interviews, vocational tests, review of past jobs, simulated work activities, and medical or psychological reports.
The data is then used by the evaluator, individual, and referral source to identify appropriate career options. The evaluator recommends courses of action to help individuals achieve their vocational goals.
Since Goodwill has a mobile evaluation team, vocational assessments can be arranged at various locations within Goodwill’s service area.
For more information, contact Goodwill’s workforce development offices:
909 E. Broadway
Louisville, KY 40204
130 W. New Circle Rd., Ste. 110
Lexington, KY 40507
5828 S. Hwy. 27
Somerset, KY 42501
To participate in vocational evaluation, you must meet the general admission criteria for Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and specific entrance criteria for Vocational Evaluation which includes: diagnosed with a physical, mental and/or emotional disability, does not require one-one supervision, specific service need(s)/vocational goal undetermined and be referred from a third-party agency, such as the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of Workers Claims, Office for the Blind, or other paid providers. Private pay evaluations can be arranged with the fees being the same as those paid by a third party.
Hours of operation are typically 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday. Accommodations in scheduling can be arranged, call for specifics.