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The state-funded service of vocational aptitude assesment is provided by the Social Integration State Agency to persons of working age with disability, mental disorders or anticipated disability. Phone: +371 29249084; e-mail:

For persons with mental disorders vocational aptitude assessment is provided by the Projekt which is implemented by the Social Integration State Agency. Phone: +371 26385047; e-mail:

The service of vocational aptitude assessment is a set of activities carried out by the specialists of Social Integration State Ageny: they assess health status of each individual of working age with disability or anticipated disability and his/ her motivation to engage in training process and the labour market, his/ her interests, knowledge and abilities. As a result, the individual receives a recommendation of SIVA specialists on suitable areas of activities (professions, training programmes or support measures). SIVA specialists can also recommend studies at Jūrmala Vocational Secondary School or College, where a person can learn a new profession in order to find a suitable job in the future.

Persons can get additional information about Vocational Aptitude Assessment by calling +371 29187093.

Service receivable location - Slokas street 61, Jūrmala, Dubulti, LV – 2015.

The duration of the service is up to 10 calendar days.

Environment is adapted to persons with disabilities.

If it is necessary, during vocational aptitude assessment accommodation in the hostel and catering is provided.

Required documents:

  • an application of getting service;
  • personal identification document - like a passport or an eID card;
  • the conclusion of persons family doctor (U27), including the basic diagnosis code and the indication of the absence of medical contraindications for the service, must be submitted. The conclusion must have been issued not earlier than one month before it is submitted in the Social Integration State Agency.
    Limitations during Covid-19: the service is provided to a persons without signs of respiratory disease, if the person can produce a document that he or she has undergone a Covid-19 test not earlier than three days before the service and it is negative or the person has a statement issued by the treating or family doctor not earlier than a week before arrival at the institution (U27);
  • if person has a anticipated disability, the individual rehabilitation plan (copy) of the treating doctor shall be submitted;
  • documents certifying the education and performance records previously obtained (the originals must be presented);
  • a document certifying the change of name must be submitted if the given name/surname has been changed.