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Analyze your tech team's skill level and identify existing gaps
Offer hands-on experiences across proficiencies and skills
Use custom learning paths to facilitate real skill development
Let us show you how hands-on application of knowledge can lead to real skill development for your team.
Use our Skill Tests to help employees identify their strengths and weaknesses. Leverage this skill data from our training assessment tool to drive upskilling programs relevant to your employees.
Use pre-built, validated learning paths to upskill, reskill, or cross-skill your tech team. With this, employees can apply hands-on learning to affect business growth.
Our reports and insights help you go beyond test completion rates. With the learning and development assessment tool, you gain in-depth knowledge of employee skill sets and proficiency levels, along with global skill benchmarking.
Employees can practice and demonstrate their skills in a live workspace using real-world practical problems. Our coding environment offers timely feedback, and a developer-first experience.
Use our built-in l&d assessments to evaluate the ROI of your learning and development programs. Better measurement arms you with the knowledge to scale your training programs.
Make training and development interactive and measure ROI on your upskilling programs.
Understand your tech team's skills and enable your team to level up themselves with training assessment tools.
Effect real skill development in your upskilling and reskilling programs.
Upskilling happens when a skilled worker decides to acquire new or advanced skills that are relevant to their current or future job, profession, or industry. An employee can decide to upskill by learning new techniques, technologies, or approaches to work that can help increase their productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.
Upskilling options include formal training programs, online courses, on-the-job training, mentorship, and self-learning. The goal of upskilling is usually to gain a competitive edge in one’s career, keep up with industry trends, or advance one's professional goals.
The technology industry has always been the harbinger of change. Moreover, the tech stack that each company requires also keeps changing frequently, depending on new advancements. To stay competitive, tech companies need to ensure their employees have the necessary skills and knowledge to keep up with global changes. By investing in learning and development programs, companies can improve the performance and productivity of their employees, increase employee retention by providing clear growth paths, and stay ahead of their competition.
Here are the steps to follow in order to create a successful upskilling program at your company:
Conduct a skill gap analysis: This is an internal assessment which helps companies recognize if the skills present within their teams are enough for the organization's current and future needs.
Identify the skills and knowledge employees need to develop: Post the skill-gap analysis, the tech team can identify which skills need to be developed on priority and the learning paths that engineers need to take.
Determine the most effective training methods and resources to deliver the upskilling program: Most of the widely available upskilling platforms do not have a credible validation system or proof of ROI. Look for a skill enhancement program that also has a built-in training evaluation tool to understand how your employee's skill levels have changed pre and post training.
Develop a timeline and budget for the upskilling program: It is important to understand how long the program will take and plan your resource allocation accordingly.
Communicate the benefits of the upskilling program to employees: Get buy-in from respective stakeholders and ensure everyone is on the same page as to how the upskilling program will affect the team's strength and productivity.
Measure the effectiveness of the learning and development program and make necessary adjustments: Ensure that all members agree on an assessment criteria to judge the ROI from the training and development program before starting training. Check if the training program meets aforementioned criteria and use training assessment tools to measure efficacy on a frequent basis.
Current learning and development programs do not have a built-in method for measuring success. However, it is important to recognize that all l&d programs have one single goal - to enhance the skill level of the employee taking the program.
Therefore, the most efficient way of measuring success of a learning and development program is to validate skill levels pre and post training. You can do so through continuous assessment of an employee's skills after they have completed the program, and comparing it with the skill-gap analysis done before training. In the long run, the assumption is that gaining new skills will help employees be more productive and have an impact on the business' bottomline.