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SFIA Self-Assessment Workshop 2

This workshop will provide you with an understanding of Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) and how to undertake self-assessment using ACS' mySFIA tool.

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Mon, 17 Oct, 05:00 PM

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    Thu, 20 Oct, 10:30 AM

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    Thu, 20 Oct, 12:00 PM
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<p><strong>IMPORTANT NOTE TO ATTENDEES: </strong><br>Please do not register for more than one of the following workshops because those are repeating WORKSHOP with the same presentation:</p> <ul><li>[Virtual] SFIA workshop for SWI – FSFJ program (Session 1 - 28 Sept, 10.30AM)</li><li>[In person] SFIA Self-Assessment Workshop 1 (6 Oct, 5:30 PM)</li><li>[Virtual] SFIA Self-Assessment Workshop 2 (20 Oct, 10:30 AM)</li><li>[Virtual] SFIA Self-Assessment Workshop 3 (20 Oct, 5:30 PM)</li></ul> <p>Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) is a globally recognised capability framework.</p> Self-Assessment provides ICT practitioners with a perspective on their current skills and future growth opportunities and reflection based on SFIA. As individuals we are aware of what our skills capabilities are, and the opportunity to solidify this using SFIA and self-assessment, enables individuals to have more direct and robust development conversations.<br><br><strong>What you need to know before coming to the Self-Assessment Workshop?</strong> <ul><li>No preparation is required</li><li>Self-Assessment will be fully undertaken at the time of the workshop.</li><li>The Workshop will be guided by an ACS Workforce Development Team and SFIA Accredited Consultants</li><li>Materials and resources will be provided, including instructions on how to login to the Corporate Edition of <em>mySFIA</em>.</li><li>Information on how to use your SFIA Self-Assessment data to guide you to training and development opportunities through your ACS membership.</li></ul>

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Specialist advice (TECH) -> Level 4

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Henry Louey

Henry Louey

Henry is the Director of Professional Certifications for the ACS and has been in the role since 2015.  Before joining the ACS, Henry was the Regional Director for CompTIA and Education Manager for ASEAN, China and ANZ at Novell.  Henry has been an industry speaker at many I.T conferences and has spoken on topics such as Cloud Computing, Security & Identity Management and Sustainability. In his spare time, Henry is an avid reader of crime novels and is proud of his collection of 1980’s Commodore computers.

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