Transferable Skills Analysis (TSA)

CVE’s formal Transferable Skills Analysis (TSA) process consists of compiling occupations from the NOC (National Occupational Dictionary)* and the Office of Literacy and Essential Skillst to represent a person’s work history, and analyzing the work activities a person has performed in the previous jobs, along with the objects upon which the work activities were performed (Materials, Products, Subject Matter, and Services). These data are then used to identify a set of occupations that an individual should be able to perform. If an individual has been injured or otherwise disabled, their residual functional capacities can also be considered by adjusting the worker traits associated with their Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) work history. This process is frequently utilized for individuals who cannot attend or are unwilling to participate in an assessment.

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