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Puzzle Out SFIA Masterclass

Held prior to the ACS WA State Conference 2018 and presented by Louise Smith, ACS Director Workforce Development & Planning.

Registration End Date: Fri, 01 Jun, 09:00 AM

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  • where

  • Pan Pacific Perth
    207 Adelaide Terrace
    PERTH WA 6000
  • when

  • Event Start: Fri, 01 Jun, 09:00 AM
    Event Finish: Fri, 01 Jun, 11:45 AM
  • event price

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<img alt="Staff" src="https://acsau--c.ap1.content.force.com/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0159000000FVFPO&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1517194926000"></img><br><br>Staff retention and staff development are vital to the success of ICT organisations – especially in the current environment of rapid technological change. Assuring the pipeline of future ICT human capital is critical, and there are clear indicators pointing to future skills needs capability.<br> <br>Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) affords a broad range of business benefits achieved through the use off a consistent definition of professional ICT skills. These include: <ul><li>Consistent job descriptions providing clarity of expectation;</li><li>Providing clarity to career pathways and developing an understanding of skills mobility across the business;</li><li>Enhanced alignment of skills (via people) to job roles;</li><li>Greater fit matching people to specific job roles; and</li><li>Optimal skills utilisation, mobility and project capability via people and job roles being assigned to new work teams.</li></ul> <span style="color: black;">This masterclass covers:</span> <ul><li>Introduction to SFIA</li><li>How to navigate through SFIA</li><li>How ACS utilises SFIA through its products and services</li><li>Current skills and emerging skills – ACS White Paper Common ICT Profiles</li><li><span style="color: windowtext;"><a href="https://www.acs.org.au/professionalrecognition/mysfia-b2c.html" target="_blank">mySFIA</a></span> - how to undertake a self-assessment, identify career pathways, develop a career profile</li><li>ACS Professional Development opportunities, how to identify the right event using SFIA</li><li>Expected changes to SFIA with Version 7 release in 2018</li></ul>

AGENDA

 SCHEDULE  ACTIVITY
 09:00 AM - 09:30 AM  Registration                          
 09:30 AM - 10:30 AM  Commencement                          
 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM  Morning Tea Break                          
 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM  Session resumes & concludes                          

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CPD HOURS

2

SKILL

Professional development (PDSV) -> Level 5

Facilitator

Louise Smith

Louise Smith

ACS Director Workforce Development and Planning is a business capability specialist with over 15+ years experience consulting to individual business and governments on the skill needs within their organisation, undertaking training needs analysis and workforce development strategy development and planning to address current and future skills requirements. This includes whole of sector approaches through her senior management roles for both HR, vocational education and training sectors and member-based professional associations.

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207 Adelaide Terrace,PERTH,WA,Australia

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Disclaimer

  • ACS reserves the right to change the program at any time. Every effort will be made to ensure a program of equivalent standard and members are updated with changes.
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