The Morris & McDaniel Operator Battery is a computerized test battery that greatly reduces the administration workload. In the typical application, the applicant receives only a brief introduction from the administrator. All other instruction and testing is accomplished by the applicant interacting with the computerized test. Test administration and management is uncomplicated and requires only basic computer skills such as facility with a computer mouse.
The Test Battery is comprised of three separate tests, each one designed to focus on the assessment of specific skills and abilities.
Morris Learning Aptitude Test (LAT)
The Morris Learning Aptitude Test (LAT) assesses the ability of an individual to learn new skills and to acquire new knowledge. This test is effective in measuring the capacity of a candidate to learn new procedures on the job or to adapt to new equipment or software.
Mechanical Aptitude Test (MAT)
The Mechanical Aptitude Test (MAT) assesses an applicant’s ability to understand basic mechanical principles. The test requires applicants to demonstrate skills and/or abilities in basic mechanical contexts.
Candidate Profile Summary (CPS)
The Candidate Profile Summary (CPS) assesses the integrity, work ethic, and service orientation of applicants, and can be used as a valuable tool in the hiring process. The CPS predicts overall job performance to a high degree. Studies also demonstrate the CPS’s ability to elicit valuable information from an applicant on these additional important work dimensions: Turnover, Discipline, Initiative, Interpersonal Skills, Multi-Tasking, Safety, Racial/Ethnic Cultural Tolerance, Teamwork, Drug/Alcohol Use and Self Confidence