Ideal for programs serving young people, this package includes three assessments that assist in evaluating individuals' life skills, financial literacy, and education barriers.
This package includes
- 1 package (25 copies) of the Life Skills Inventory
- 1 package (25 copies) of Financial Literacy Inventory
- 1 package (25 copies) of Assessing Barriers to Education
Learn More About the Assessments
Life Skills Inventory
The Life Skills Inventory (LSI) helps individuals identify life skills they may need to develop to become healthier and more productive and provides a wealth of suggestions for improving these skills. The assessment addresses
- Communication skills
- Stress management skills
- Anger management skills
- Money management skills
- Time management skills
- Career skills
Financial Literacy Inventory
The Financial Literacy Inventory (FLI) measures a person's basic knowledge of money management. This 60-item assessment feeds into five scales: Income and Careers, Banking and Budgeting, Credit and Debt, Saving and Investing, and Rights and Risks.
The FLI helps individuals determine how much they know about effectively managing their money, giving them both individualized scores on each of the scales as well as an overall assessment of their financial literacy. The FLI then offers guidance on how to improve the individual's financial literacy and manage their money better through specific suggestions and online resources. Finally, the FLI provides a personal finance checklist and goal-setting worksheet for individuals to better plan their financial futures.
Assessing Barriers to Education
This assessment helps identify individuals’ primary barriers to continuing their education. ABE helps individuals:
- Assess the situational, emotional, attitudinal, and material challenges preventing them from pursuing some form of postsecondary education.
- Identify the postsecondary options most readily accessible to them, from apprenticeships to graduate degrees.
- Eliminate myths about the process of furthering one's education, such as, "I can't afford to go to college."