Transferable Skills Analysis
Transferable Skills Analysis (TSAs) are often used
in the beginning state of vocational counseling to determine
occupations which have similar skill requirements to
those occupations held by an individual in the past.
The Transferable Skills Analysis report provides information
on occupations / occupational groups that may be explored
as possible occupations for that individual to perform
based on their previous skills. This can help save on
expensive retraining costs.
Frequently asked questions about Transferable
What’s included in the TSA?
At TSR we perform thorough assessments and furnish superior
reports that will be of value to you. Here is what you
can expect from us:
- Direct, straight forward (not convoluted) answers
to referral questions
- Results of the TSA summarized into an easy-to-read
- A detailed review of medical history summarized
in chronological order in the report
- Results of career guidance questionnaires
- Information about duties, training, and current
job prospects for potential occupations identified
by the analysis.
Who conducts the TSA?
A registered occupational therapist will conduct the
Transferable Skills Analysis.
Where is the TSA conducted?
The Transferable Skills Analysis can be conducted at
any one of TSR Clinic
How long does the TSA take?
A transferable skills analysis typically takes 3 to
4 hours to complete.
When can I expect the report?
Reports are furnished between 7 to 10 business days,
with an attempt to meet urgent deadlines if requested.