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Skills Audit Template

A skills audit is an exercise used to determine the current skills and identify any gaps within an organisation. It’s an essential tool for strategic workforce planning, aiming to align individual capabilities with organisational goals. Done correctly, a skills audit will help to identify the core skills each role in your organisation needs and where the skill gaps are. In turn, you’ll be able to address these gaps and ensure total competency in all departments.

Test out our free Google Docs skills audit Template. You can also learn more about what a skills audit is and how it can benefit your company.

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A free skills audit template created with Google Docs. You can make a copy of the template to use for your own organisation.

The document is broken down into three sections:

  1. Organisational plan: where you can add background and planning information, including company objectives, key skills & competencies, and assessment tools.
  2. Skills inventory: record the various skills you are auditing and the rating/actions required according to the assessments you conducted.
  3. Skills audit observations & action plan: break down what you discovered during your skills audit and document actionable steps to ensure organisational success.

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