SFIA... lovely acronym, pronounced as in Sophia Loren. It stands for the Skills Framework for the Information Age.
10 things you should know about SFIA, as explained very clearly by Peter Leather.
The NZCS will use SFIA for certificating ICT Professionals. (As do numerous other countries.)
To maintain their status, New Zealand Certified ICT Professionals will have to complete a minimum of 30 hours of Continued Professional Development (CPD) per year.
That's where we come in. CONTENTED courses are closely aligned with one SFIA skill (regardless of level): INFORMATION CONTENT AUTHORING â€” INCA:
The planning, design and creation of textual information,
supported where necessary by graphical content. This
material may be delivered electronically (for example,
as collections of web pages) or otherwise. This skill
includes managing the quality assurance and authoring
processes for the material being produced.
CONTENTED courses are also appropriate professional
development courses for ICT practitioners who use
the following SFIA skills:
- Information content publishing ICPM
- Learning resources creation and maintenance TMCR
- Marketing MKTG
- Quality management QUMG
- Quality standards QUST.
We're sure you'll get credit for doing our courses.
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