The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) has been developed by the IT industry, for the benefit of the IT industry and is a globally recognised standard for defining and managing professional IT Skills.
Lexonis can help identity your IT skill requirements, define job descriptions, capture employee skills, analyse gaps and develop career paths.
Why choose Lexonis for SFIA?
Job profile libraries, online software and expert advice Over 15 years SFIA expertise and experience
Global SFIA Accredited Partner
SFIA Accredited Consultants
ISO 27001: 2013 Certified
Skill Capability: Develop IT skills that support your business strategy.
Resource Management: Build and retain a competitive, well-skilled IT workforce.
Learning and Development: Optimise training budget by identifying real learning needs.
Recruitment: Improve recruitment processes and success rates.
Career Planning: Reduce operational risks by identifying and managing skill gaps.
Attraction and Retention: Attract and retain employees by providing clear career opportunities.
So, are you still using old-fashioned methods to manage your competency programs? Think about how the technology tools listed in this blog could help you with your competency project. Having said that, it’s not only important to use technology, you need to use something that’s fit for purpose – but that’s a blog for another time.
The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) has been developed by the IT industry, for the benefit of the IT industry and is a globally recognised standard for defining and managing professional IT skills using a common skills definition language (www.sfia-online.org).
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