The Talentreport

Brief information for better comprehension

The Talentreport

Feedback on the following areas

Personal interests

Motor skills and receptivity

Cognitive abilities

General skills and career-relevant knowledge

Occupations with different educational paths





Explanation of the Talent Report

In this video, you will find an explanation of the Talentreport and help in working with it. There is also an explanation of the structure of the Talentreport and a brief description of the most important next steps for you to take. Take time and read your Talentreport carefully.

Map “Vocational Orientation with Heart and Mind”

So you don’t get lost in the jungle of vocational orientation, we would like to give you an overview of the most important steps in the vocational orientation process with our map “Vocational Orientation with Heart and Mind”. You can also use the check boxes to review the milestones you’ve reached so far, check them off and keep and eye on your own individual development.


This Guide was created in conjunction with the University College of Teacher Education Styria and teachers from Styria. Proven methods already in use have been brought together to help you make best use of the Talentreport.

Regional Talents – advising

In order to best support students in making the leap into the world of work, individual advising based on the Talentreport is available from the 2020/21 school year. Thanks to financing from the Department of Economics of the State of Styria and the support of Styria’s Department of Education, it is possible for trained vocational orientation guides with knowledge of the region to help students put the results of the Talentcheck into practice.

What do students think about the Talentcenter?

Use what talents you possess; The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.” This quote from Henry van Dyke has guided my work in educational and vocational orientation and student advising for a long time. It makes me very happy that our styrian students are being given the opportunity at the Talent Center to try out and discover their various talents and to receive feedback in the form of a Talent Report. In this context, it is very important for me to integrate the professional work before and after the visit to the Talent Center into continuing education events for VO teachers and students at the University College of Teacher Education Styria.

Prof. Sabine Fritz, BEd MA,
University College of Teacher Education Styria, Departmental Director Institute for Educational Governance

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