[TR-EN-01] Introduction to Talent Diagnostics/ CV
(Kröll, M., Burova-Keßler, K. & Pinkawa, C.)

During the talent diagnosis, a strengths profile is developed for each young person. This profile is divided into the areas of personality, cognitive abilities, knowledge and inter-ests. The focus is on the young people’s strengths and not on their deficits. On this basis, suitable future occupational activities are elicited in the context of the employment radar.


The talent diagnosis can be carried out in the following learning sprints:

  • Introduction to talent diagnostics
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Life portrait
  • Talent tests, if applicable
  • Evaluation in individual discussions

The result of the talent diagnosis is an individual talent profile for each young person, which is used to reflect on career perspectives against the background of the young person’s existing potential and strengths.  All results from the learning projects flow into the PEP, in which the decisions and agreements made are documented and continuously developed. The young people deal with the following questions, among others:

  • Where do I stand now?
  • Where do I want to go?
  • What do I have to do for this?
  • What actions should be taken to further my development and realise my plans?

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Preparation of the Talent Diagnosis
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