Our team have extensive experience and expertise in all aspects of the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA).
Our team have worked with clients including large multi-nationals, Australian Federal & State Government, NZ national and local government, banks, universities, the health-care industry, mid-sized corporate, through to small IT businesses.
You will frequently find one of our team talking at skills and capability at regional and national events. We also share our expertise with our clients through our consultancy engagements and through training services.
The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) is the world’s most commonly used ICT skills definition framework – in use by organisations in over 190 countries.
The SFIA framework continues to evolve to meet the experiences and changing needs of its global users. SFIA was first published in 2000 based on collaborative work carried out in the UK dating back to the 1980s. SFIA continues to evolve through global open consultation and collaboration.
Involvement with the SFIA Foundation
Our Managing Director and Principal Consultant – Daniel Merriott – has been a member of the SFIA Council, the global steering group for SFIA since 2017, and through his work with IT Professionals NZ represents the views and interests of New Zealand based SFIA users.
Daniel has also been actively involved in the development of SFIA 7. As one of the active members global SFIA Design Authority group, Daniel drafted, reviewed, and edited changes to SFIA 7.
Daniel continues to be active in the development of SFIA, currently working on a number mappings between other frameworks and SFIA to assist the global and New Zealand community of SFIA users.