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To Guide Your Skills Development Planning

3 Reasons Why Role-Based Learning Paths Matter

Roles are key to defining job descriptions

  • Most IT job descriptions are a compilation of a number of roles
  • Example: Enterprise Developer is comprised of Enterprise Web Developer + Agile/Scrum Developer + Team Collaborator

Industry-standard competency models are defining the skills needed in a role

  • Industry standard role frameworks, such as the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework and IISP Skills Framework, define the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) needed in many standard IT and cybersecurity roles
  • Because creating an IT competency model can be challenging and time consuming, organizations are often using these industry frameworks and customizing them for their own particular needs

Given the critical need for IT talent, expediting one’s learning is important to the individual and the enterprise

  • Well thought-out learning paths give the learner a journey to mastery
  • Learning Tree’s Learning Paths can be easily tailored to an organization’s needs and particular environment
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Role-Based Learning Paths - Defined at Three Levels

 

Associate -

skills to allow someone to start in the role under guidance

Associate -

skills to allow someone to start in the role under guidance

Practitioner -

skills needed to allow independent work in the role (a specialist)

Practitioner -

skills needed to allow independent work in the role (a specialist)

Leader -

skills to assume a leadership position (an expert or manager)

Leader -

skills to assume a leadership position (an expert or manager)

Learning Tree's Interactive Role-Based Learning Path Tool

Developed and validated by subject matter experts in each discipline

Whether your individual learner’s role is business or technical, recommended learning paths are available to discover courses and exams for building skills to align to individual development plans or scaled to team/organization development plans.

As an example, let’s say you’re interested in Cloud Learning Paths.

Step 1: You’d choose the best matched role.

Step 2: The foundation to expert role-based training options would then be displayed to guide your development planning process.


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You’ll simply be asked for your name, organization and email address to gain access.

NOTE: We continue to build and refine learning paths - we encourage your participation and feedback. Please use the contact form below for questions or feedback once you access the tool.

 

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