Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Hr Executive
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Dear seniors, i’m fresher in Training and development HR domain i wanted to know how skill mapping is done and performed ? and please suggest which are all key areas i need to work on ?
Dear Ranjitha,
You have not mentioned the industry that you work in or your designation.
Skill mapping is little old hat. The current trend is competency mapping. To learn this concept first you need to read books on this subject and later work in a company where competency mapping is done.
Reply to a query can be broad and you cannot get in depth knowledge on the subject in this forum.
Dinesh Divekar

Dear sir, I am working as an T&D HR in an small to medium manufacturing enterprise, i wanted to know which all things i need to focus on to tackle with employees skills.
Dear Ranjitha,
Earlier I had given exhaustive reply on the subject of employee training. Click the following link to refer it:
Rather than looking at building skills or competencies, you may concentrate on the results. Which results are those for that refer the above link.
Dinesh Divekar

Instead of Skill Mapping you can go for competency Mapping. It is prepared for all the employees individually based on the JD. Identify all the possible skills based on the JD. For example, one of the JD for HR executive is develop and execute recruitment plan so skills identified will be knowledge of recruitment and selection, manpower planning, Interviewing skill, communication skill etc. Then prepare Skill frame and fit the identified skills into the prepared skill frame. Once it is done, give score to each skill frame (range of 5 to 1). As per the employee’s current performance or knowledge you can give the score. If the score is average or below average the gap between actual and desired calls for training need identification. Fix the gap with proper training.
I hope this will help you.

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