SITH - Skills Identification & Transferability Handbook

Project Info

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Team Members


Sam , Lauren , Tuo , Dylan

Project Description


SITH pulls data from a number of government sources in order to give Australian citizens insights that can help them plan their careers, transition to better paying jobs, or even find a new career that requires similar skills to their previous employment.

These professions are then cross referenced with ABS salary information, so that users could find upwards moves for their careers - better paying jobs that leverage skills they already possess!

We built SITH over 30 long hours as a standalone Vue application to showcase the tools and services that can be built using the Aristotle Metadata Registry.

We took inspiration from the Job Switch tool, and then added information about job tasks and salries on top to enhance the information available to job seekers.

Challenges

We've selected Exploring the National Skills Commission’s Australian Skills Classification as we feel we've provided a new and innovative way of exploring jobs and skills data.

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Data Story


First, we migrated Australian Skills Classification from an Excel document into a standalone Aristotle Metadata Registry to provide us with search and similarity APIs.

We then pulled the ABS occupation classification, as well as average weekly earnings data from the ABS API to provide a more details view of employment opportunities and rewards.

Lastly, we built concordences from the Skills Classification to ANZSCo to provide a rich mapping or Skills and Occupations that was accessible online and via the API to power out web app.


Evidence of Work

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ABS ANZSCO Excel spreadsheet

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ABS Average Earnings

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Australian Skills Classification

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Challenge Entries

Exploring the National Skills Commission’s Australian Skills Classification

How can the general public learn about and be encouraged to interact with the Australian Skills Classification to identify skills within occupations, identify their own skillsets and identify transferability to other occupations of interest?

Eligibility: Participants must use the Australian Skills Classification dataset.

Go to Challenge | 25 teams have entered this challenge.

Reimagining Digital Government Services

How can we re-imagine digital government services in Australia to enable a seamless experience for people of all abilities.

Eligibility: Must use at least one open dataset.

Go to Challenge | 26 teams have entered this challenge.

Our financial future

How might we use publicly available data to safeguard citizens’ financial future?

Go to Challenge | 11 teams have entered this challenge.