Skill Mapping

  • As a product and service, SSIGMA has developed an online platform to measure the current technical skill level of the candidates in various domains related to Mechatronics and Industry 4.0.
  • This multilingual tool measures the level of theoretical knowledge and application skill of the candidate in selected domains.
  • The online test will consist of understanding and application-based randomly generated questions which may consist of Text/Audio/Image/Video related to selected domains from robotics, mechatronics, electrical maintenance, sensorics, pneumatics.
  • Reports generated will consist of individual domain wise analysis in detail & consolidated domain wise analysis showing skill gap and training effectiveness.

Why Skill Mapping is Important?

Skills mapping refers to creating a visual representation of the skills needed to perform well in any given role and comparing that with the existing skills held by employees throughout the organization. Skill Mapping has several benefits for both the individual and the organization. It allows employees to understand what career development efforts they should be making and to reach expected results. From the perspective of the employer, skill mapping increases your awareness of existing skill sets as well as skill gaps in the organization.

This helps you make informed decisions when it comes to:

  1. Defining the scope of work for existing employees and new job openings.
  2. Aligning the learning of your existing employees with skills to perform a required role efficiently.
  3. Recruiting people with the right skill sets for your organization.
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