SkillDisplay is now available for TYPO3 Association Members. Time to take a look at how to quickstart skill management in your company and make the most of your membership.
SkillDisplay’s blog post is about TYPO3 learning resources for beginners including YouTube channels, TYPO3 docs and free-trail TYPO3 instances. Figure out how to use and contribute to the resources in the step by step guide provided. Thank you to those TYPO3 community members who suggested resources!
The SkillSets are updated to TYPO3 v10 and the new syllabi are on their way! There are a couple new skills for the TCCE, TCCI, and TCCD that await to be discovered by the TYPO3 community. A guide for doing an official certificate exam online or offline is also included.
The end of the Erasmus+ project is near and we wanted to look retrospectively at the development of the SkillDisplay platform, educational TYPO3 resources that have been made available during the project, and past events.
Due to COVID-19-related cancellations of physical events, the demand for online certifications in the TYPO3 community grew even more. Thanks to our brand new Exam Tool, accessing and managing TYPO3 certifications can now easily be done online. Spoiler alert: Some people already have passed their certification successfully.
HTL Rennweg makes their skills accessible to everyone. SkillSets for web technologies and project management are now available on the SkillDisplay platform. Also the TYPO3 skills for editors, integrators, and developers are ready to be verified by the users of the platform.
Herbert Sojnik gave an interview about the application of TYPO3 and SkillDisplay in their company. Skill management is used to keep track of the abilities the employees have and are displayed in the statistics of the new organizations overview.
The SkillDisplay platform and extension will be updated to TYPO3v10. Additionally, the extension becomes open source with the end of the Erasmus+ project. Partnerships to support the development are available and a developer network for flexible solutions will be established.
HTL Rennweg currently teaches content management systems like TYPO3 and web technologies with the support of the SkillDisplay platform. Adapting to the current situation, where online teaching is necessary, the teachers had no problems continuing with their lectures.
SkillDisplay supports the TYPO3 Direct Mentorship Program with their platform. TYPO3 experts can track their mentee’s skills and can choose from a list covering editor (TCCE), integrator (TCCI), and developer (TCCD) skills.
By creating a job profile with SkillDisplay, a department can choose from a set of skills. Thus, they can assist the HR team with their requirements and the future employees as they can determine how much their skills match the job requirements.