The global skills and competency framework for the digital world

Standard skills profiles

Using SFIA to describe the skills and competency levels of standard industry roles.

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In this context - we use the term "skills profile" to refer to a mapping of the skills required for a position, job or role.

It is not referring to an assessment and description of the skills which an individual Practitioner possesses. 
E.g. A SFIA skills profile identifies and describes the SFIA skills and skill levels required for a position called “Software Developer”.

SFIA 8 - illustrative skills profiles

Generic mappings of SFIA 8 skills to recognised role families or career families. By looking across the industry, across different countries and users we can provide a useful starting point for creating a SFIA-based skills profile for common roles.

IIBA UK BA Job Descriptions

Generic job/role descriptions (referencing BABOK v3 and SFIA v8) for the following: Business Analysis Practice Lead, Senior Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Trainee /Apprentice Business Analyst.

SFIA - ISCO-08

Using SFIA with ISCO-08, The International Standard Classification of Occupations. A mapping undertaken by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia