This year’s SFIA Conference on 1st December 2010 will be addressing the crucial question of how to make sure you have the right professional IT skills in the right place at the right time.
Following a keynote address from Matthew Poyiadgi, VP of CompTIA, speakers from The IET, CompTIA, BA, BAE systems, and other commercial and educational organisations, will describe real experience in improving the skills dimension in education, industry and Government.
A special feature of this tenth anniversary conference will be an explanation of how the new National Academy of IT Skills will be enabling IT Professionals to build their capability.
Also, a select exhibition of SFIA partners showcases products and services from organisations that understand SFIA and skills management.
This year’s conference takes place at the Conference Centre of The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 1, Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0ET. Registration from 9:15 am; conference starts at10am. Close time is 4:15pm
The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA), the world's most popular definition of IT skills, has been updated to reflect the need for sustainability in this area of enterprise technology.
SFIA enables employers of IT professionals to carry out a range of HR activities against a common framework of reference – including skill audit, planning future skill requirements, development programmes, standardisation of job titles and functions, and resource allocation.