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SFIA for Organisations

More and more organisations are using SFIA for overall IT resource management

Organisations can use SFIA to keep track of the skills they have and the skills they need to obtain through recruitment or training and development.

SFIA-based role profiles and job descriptions reduce business risk, increasing the chances of recruiting and developing individuals with the optimum mix of skills, at the right levels.

SFIA for OrganisationsSFIA describes the skills and levels of competency needed to operate effectively – ensuring that individuals can do their jobs properly, supporting the achievement of business and customer outcomes.

Organisation structures, salary banding and benchmarking can be aligned to SFIA, facilitating a link to the skills and experience, focusing on the required capabilities and the value delivered.

Our assessments are used to quickly provide a baseline of the capability of the organisation, specific departments, teams, professional communities or individuals, and to identify skills gaps.

Using our True Assessment tools, organisations can define Job/Position roles, map them to individuals and produce skill gap analysis.

SFIA-based role profiles and job descriptions reduce business risk, increasing the chances of developing individuals with the optimum mix of skills, at the right level. For recruitment it helps employers to more accurately describe what they need, in language that potential employees understand.

Our toolset is based on SFIA v6 and is multi-lingual. (6 languages).

Contact Us today for an initial consult to discuss how the True Assessments Business Assessments can add value to your consultancy business.

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