Job Profiling Training
The WorkKeys® Job Profiling Training program teaches individuals how to conduct the procedure used to determine the skills and skill levels necessary for job performance.
The training program consists of seven weeks of activities: six weeks of distance learning using a workbook, the Internet, and ACT's proprietary SkillPro® software and, in the seventh week, a three-and-one-half-day onsite workshop.
Application and Registration Process
To apply for WorkKeys Job Profiling Training, fax your completed application form to ACT at: 319.337.1725.
Register for a Workshop
Once your application is approved, please submit the following to ACT: (Must be received before the registration deadline.)
- Completed and signed SkillPro License Agreement* (Word, 4 pages)
- Completed and signed Workkeys Job Profiling Agreement* (PDF, 6 pages)
- Payment (check, money order or purchase order) for $2,100 training fee (The annual SkillPro license fee of $1,600 will be billed after successful completion of training.)
*ACT must receive signed, original agreement documents. Faxes or scans are not accepted.
These materials must be on file at ACT by the application deadline for the training session you wish to attend. For dates, locations, and application deadlines, see the current workshop schedule.
When considering applications, we look for experience with job analysis, facilitation skills, familiarity with federal regulations related to employment procedures, familiarity with Windows®-based software, and experience with developing and implementing training programs for business and industry.
If you have questions, please call 319.337.1724. Applications may be faxed to 319.337.1725.
Computer Resource Requirements
Trainees must have a laptop computer and portable printer that meet the specifications (PDF, 1 page) for running SkillPro software. You will need the computer to complete the distance learning assignments, to complete the three-and-one-half-day onsite workshop, and to conduct job profiling.
Four-hour refresher sessions are available for ACT-authorized job profilers who wish to update their understanding of job profiling and maintain their license agreement.