For over 40 years, both public and private agencies have trusted the Assessment Center to test those who protect and serve.
The Assessment Center can design a process or program to fit the unique needs of your organization for employment, promotion and personnel development decisions.
Our customized services and solutions include:
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Physical Abilities Test (PAT)
The PAT is administered as part of the entry-level selection process for both law enforcement and corrections. Both law enforcement and correctional officers are required to have a minimum level of physical fitness and agility in order to perform the essential job functions of their position.
Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) / Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJ-BAT)
The FBAT or CJ-BAT measures the minimum competencies required for employment as a law enforcement or correctional officer such as written comprehension, deductive reasoning, and inductive reasoning. This test is required upon entry into basic recruit training programs.
Advanced Safety Driving Program
This two-part program is designed for newer drivers with a Class E Driver’s License (i.e., not a learner’s permit) who are interested in learning techniques to improve their driving safety. Students will gain advanced skills and techniques to assist with real world driving situations and to avoid being in dangerous situations. Participants must be at least 16 years old.
Equivalence of Training (EOT)
This program is designed to obtain a certification as an officer in Florida without first attending (or re-attending) a full basic recruit academy in Florida.
Public Safety Aide Program
The six-week program is intended to help students gain practical principles of a Police Service Aide. A Police Service Aide typically performs police duties related to non-criminal activities, such as parking enforcement or traffic accident investigations.