Read our latest statement and FAQs
Last updated: 06/01/2021
With circumstances changing on a daily basis as we enter the new year, we remain committed to supporting you in your important work across the clinical, educational and occupational assessment world. We are continuing to develop our digital tools and assessments as well as running virtual training courses. While the majority of our staff are working virtually, we are still able to deliver online and paper and pencil tests. We have drawn up some FAQs (below) surrounding our current service provision which we hope you will find helpful, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, either by email or phone.
In what format are your training courses currently running?
Our training courses continue to run virtually rather than in-person. While we do not yet have a date for when face-to-face training courses will resume at any of our locations, we are constantly reviewing when we will be able to safely provide this service. In the meantime, we are seeing a fantastic response to our virtual courses, which are still able to offer some of the best parts of in-person training: the ‘classroom’ feeling, the ability to see and speak with peers, real-time tutor interaction, breakout rooms, and much more.
What virtual training courses are currently running?
You can browse our complete range of courses on our website here. Many dates for 2021 are already available due to popular demand.
Can I still order paper and pencil assessments?
Yes, we are still supplying paper and pencil assessments as normal, subject to availability. You can send your order to email@example.com, order via the website or call us on +44 1865 797 920.
Which new products might I have missed over the past few months?
Our Publishing team may have been in lockdown, but we were still able to bring you some exciting new online assessments. We recently published the Design A Matrix – Advanced (DESIGMA-A) for assessing general cognitive ability in individuals or groups aged 17 years and above. We also launched the Management Development Questionnaire (MDQ-R), which is used to assess management, leadership and emotional intelligence competencies. On top of that, new and existing users of the d2 Test of Attention – Revised now have access to additional sets of norms.
Which tests are currently available on HTS 5?
Will you be launching new products on HTS 5?
Yes, we always have plenty of projects in the pipeline. Future releases include the HTS 5 edition of the Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI) and an edition of the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) designed for use within an occupational / HR context. We also now offer a growing range of e-Manuals, which can be added to your HTS 5 account.
What features does HTS 5 offer and how can they benefit me?
HTS 5 makes it possible to set up testing, manage multiple test takers, download results and offer remote testing – all at an easy click of a button. This page gives you an overview of what HTS 5 has to offer but you can also delve into some its key features in more detail here. Feel free to contact us to discuss how HTS 5 can best support your testing needs.
Do I need to subscribe to HTS 5?
Not anymore! Having waivered HTS 5 subscription fees over the past few months to support our customers during the pandemic, we can confirm that we will no longer be charging subscription fees going forward. Customers looking to access tests on our HTS 5 platform can now choose between two options:
How can I get an account on HTS 5?
To get set up with an HTS 5 account you can contact us by phone on +44 (0)1865 797920 or email. Alternatively, you can purchase the online tests via the website and we will set up your HTS 5 account, add your licenses and email you the login details to your account together with a complete user guide.
I am having to adapt my work practices due to Covid-19. Do you have any resources to support me and my professional practice?
Yes, we have collated some information and resources from professional associations, governing bodies and across the Hogrefe Group that we hope will provide some guidance. You can find these here. You may also be interested in browsing our blog for topical articles amidst Covid-19.