Roles can be viewed by groups or alphabetically. The role groupings have been created and reviewed by real humans, and the hierarchy consists of various levels for ease of navigation and consumption. When you navigate to a role, you can view its description & mapped skills, and you will see associated natural language processing (NLP) assets such as taxonomy classifications, concepts, and keyword tags.
When you navigate to a skill, you can view its description & the roles to which it is mapped, and you will see associated natural language processing (NLP) assets such as taxonomy classifications, concepts, and keyword tags.
Competency statements are broad phrases that describe general capabilities, rather than specific skills. There are two groups of competency statements:
There are two different types of levels — those that apply to roles, and those that apply to skills:
The idea of levels is that they can be mapped to people, roles, skills, training content, and so on. This makes it easy to differentiate between junior and senior positions, to target training at appropriate levels, to apply career pathways, and much more.