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Control officer at Batshaw Youth and Family Centres

The work of a control officer requires a higher physical capacity than the average population. Indeed, you may be required to respond to various emergency situations. It is essential to take a physical aptitude test in order to determine your physical capabilities required for this profession and to prevent work injuries. The TAP-Batshaw test was developed by the Kinesiology clinic of the University of Montreal for the purpose of measuring the physical abilities of control officers, to ensure that you have the minimum capacity requirement for the job.

The TAP-Batshaw is for people in the hiring process as control officer at Batshaw Youth and Family Centres.