The goal of assessments is to evaluate an individual’s knowledge for specific topics or their ability to perform specific tasks. These assessments can be used for a variety of reasons including identifying individual’s strengths & weaknesses, gauging the effectiveness of training, measuring knowledge retention annually, and certification validation.


Identify Strengths & Weaknesses

Targeted Training Saves Money

Maximizes Production Time

Many companies set up training classes in areas such as basic electricity, mechanical systems, instrumentation, etc., and require employees to attend without regard for existing knowledge or previous experience.  This is not only a waste of time, but frustrates employees that already have those skills. By giving eAssessments first, employers can identify current employee skills and only require them to take specific portions of the training.  Since every individual will have different skill sets, assigning self-paced eLearning modules, based on their specific needs, is a great way to bring them up to speed and get them back on the job quickly.  For example, if a technician's eAssessment identifies that they have sufficient knowledge of basic electricity, but lack required electronics knowledge, hours of training time can be saved by only assigning  training for that topic. This targeted approach will maximize their time on the job.


Industry Relevant Assessments

Approved Certification Devices

Focused Assessments

Whether you are an instructor teaching the next generation of maintenance technicians, an employer trying to hire employees or provide annual skill re-evaluations, or providing hands-on assessments for industrial certifications, Amatrol has systems designed to fill your needs.  Several industrial certification organizations such as SACA & MSSC have approved Amatrol systems for the hands-on assessment portion of their certifications.

While all of Amatrol's hands-on training systems are used for assessment, some systems have been designed specifically with assessment in mind including: