As an administrator, you can learn more and understand your users better by exploring their skill profiles. However, you can only see their skill profile when they have registered an account on the application. You cannot see invited users' skill profiles.
From user skill profiles, you can understand more about the following aspect of a person's career:
- Goals: Which occupations does the user find interesting or hope to work in the future?
- Skill Set: What skills the person has, their relative strength, and how and where they have obtained those skills.
- Career Matches: How does the user's skill set relate to different career fields and occupations? What relevant skills do they have for specific occupations, and which skills and knowledge are they missing?
Accessing a User's Skill Profile
There are two ways to access a user's skill profile, depending on their stage:
1. Click on the View progress button (only for users in In progress stage).
2. Click on the user's name (for users on the In Progress, Profile Completed, and Graduated stage).
Different Sections in a User's Skill Profile
In short, a user skill profile is a detailed version of a user bar. Much information that is visible on the user bar can also be found in the user skill profile.
On a user skill profile, you will find:
- The user's name and address/place of residence
- Their CV
- The administrator's name who is responsible for them (if assigned).
- Their status - the actions they have done on the application. Each symbol represents an action, as explained before here.
- The number of experiences they have added to their skill profile.
- The number of skills they have added to their skill profile.
- The last time they access the application.
- Navigation bar.
The Navigation Bar
The navigation bar consists of different tabs which you can select to view different parts of a user's skill profile, including the following:
This tab allows you to see a list of occupations ranked by how well a user's skill set matches to each occupation. Career matches can help you guide users towards industries and professions they may be best suited for and inform you about skills users should learn to pursue different occupations.
This tab shows you the user's timeline of past experiences, similar to a resume or CV. It provides an overview of the different experiences - professional, academic, and other - where the user has learned skills.
This tab provides you with a comprehensive list of all the skills the user has entered, ranked by relative strength. In this tab, you can browse a user's skill set and search to determine whether the person possesses specific skills.
This tab lets you review the user's background information, such as their contact details and their language proficiency.