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Professional Skills Profiling Service

The Career Development Team can offer support to create a professional skills profile specific to IT staff using a Skills Framework for the Information Age - SFIA

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What is SFIA?

SFIA describes the skills required by IT professionals in various roles. This framework has become a globally accepted common language for the skills and competencies required in the digital world. It allows individuals and organisations to form a common language to define skill, abilities and expertise in a consistent way.

Benefits of a professional skill profile using the SFIA framework:

  • Creating a clearer understanding of professional skills and levels
  • A clear view of  skills to develop and training needs
  • Internal recognition of skills and expertise

Who can help with using the SFIA frame work? 

The SFIA framework can appear complex and daunting at first glance. We have a dedicated career development adviser, Rinku Raina who can offer one to one support and create your personal skill profile using the specialist SFIA framework.Rinku pic.jpg

Rinku is accredited as a SFIA partner and is looking forward to meeting IT professionals to help build their personal and professional skills profile (PSP). She can be contacted to meet for a confidential one-hour session, you should receive your Personal Skills Profile within 10 working days after the meeting, the service is available free of charge to all IT University and College staff. To book an appointment or discuss further you can e-mail: Tel: 01223 (7)64533

SFIA Resources:

These resources can be accessed for you to use to help build your skills profile:

Personal Skills Profiling Guidelines

SFIA Skills Structure Excel sheet

SFIA Chart

Personal Skills Profile Work Aid

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