Who Cares? is a specialised test which assesses a person's capability to deal with generic care scenarios - showing how they approach the challenging and varying demands of a role in front-line care. The test was developed with a range of social care organisations specifically for the role of support worker. It gives recruiters a quick, but accurate indication of the candidates' values, attitudes and suitability for this demanding type of work.
Who Cares? assesses the ability to work as part of a team, show tolerance and care, and deal competently with difficult situations. When used in recruitment, the test gives candidates a valuable insight into the nature of the role. It can also be used for the training and development of existing care workers.
Service User Orientation
Who Cares? takes around 20 minutes to complete online. The candidate report is available immediately to the recruiter and contains probe questions to use at interview. Scores can be compared to Experienced Support Workers or the General Population. Initial training can be delivered remotely at no extra cost or face-to-face for a modest fee.
The links below can be used to download and view various sample reports for Who Cares?, as well as a test takers guide: