Expanding ESG initiatives, new technologies, shifts to renewables, and a shortage of workforce skills are pressuring energy organizations' ability to operate. Traditional competency assurance is no longer enough to achieve operational excellence and maintain a competitive advantage. Energy competency management is essential to validate employee proficiency and experience levels as organizations navigate the many changes in the industry.
Understand why traditional competency assurance is not sustainable in energy, and how skills management can help your organization strategically address the energy sector skills gaps.
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Kahuna helps energy managers, executives, and L&D owners understand the current capabilities of their teams, prioritize the skills needed for those teams, and identify the right resources for current or future workforce demands.
SKILLS MATRIX TEMPLATE
Kahuna's skills matrix helps you visualize workforce skills gaps to build more capable teams. Download Kahuna's how-to guide and skills matrix template to get started with your operational skilling program, and learn how to build a comprehensive skills framework that fully represents the needs of your business.
Skills and competency management in energy is the business process of identifying critical skills, assessing organizational capability, and developing the workforce to meet dynamic industry demands and strategic business goals.
Energy competency management enables organizations in the ever-expanding energy value chain — operator or service provider in upstream, midstream, downstream, traditional, non-traditional, or renewables — to forecast skill demands, assemble global project teams, embed compliance and safety initiatives into the flow of work, and support employee development and organizational retention efforts.
Competence assurance is the process of ensuring individuals throughout the organization are capable and competent in the skills needed to perform their job roles and responsibilities. Traditional ways of tracking competency assurance — through files and folders — are no longer enough. In today's dynamic energy environment, operational skills management is the most robust way to track compliance and competence.