Skills gap analysis

Identify knowledge gaps and
automate learning content
suggestions with Digits
LMS’s skills gap analysis tool

Key features

Identify skills and
knowledge gaps in your
workforce

Analysis based on your
organisation’s competency
frameworks

Can involve self-assessments,
and 180- and 360-degree
reviews

Highlights key areas
for improvement

Intelligently suggests next learning
activities and content, based on
individuals’ own results

“The functionality helps businesses to create and configure a system to work for them, instead of having to bend the business around a system. Whatever you’re trying to do the system seems to have multiple ways of tackling it. Thanks to Digits we’re now in a position to be more creative with how employees learn and develop.”

How it works

1

Load your competency frameworks

Load your organisation’s competency frameworks into Digits LMS

2

Learners assess themselves

Invite learners to assess themselves against these frameworks

3

Learners request feedback

Learners can also choose to request feedback from managers and peers

4

Highlights areas for improvement

They then receive a self-assessment skills report, featuring 180-degree and 360-degree feedback (if provided), which highlights areas for improvement

5

Personalised learning recommendations

Learners that fall below your benchmark in any category will receive personalised learning recommendations, drawn from the courses already loaded in Digits LMS

Why use skills
analysis software?

Traditionally, skills analysis exercises have been labour-intensive,
manual exercises – often restricting their usefulness and uptake,
especially in larger organisations.

Using digital forms, such as the ones in Digits LMS, to capture skills analysis information makes the whole process more accessible and user-friendly – improving uptake. And, because the results are stored against users’ records in Digits LMS, and the solution offers automatic learning suggestions – using content already stored in your system – the whole exercise is more useful, too. All this adds up to higher learner engagement, improved skills, and better organisational outcomes.

Case study

Plugging skills gaps with The Telegraph

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