The skills audit is a tool included in Guidance throughout life, and comprises an assessment of an individual's knowledge, aptitudes and skills including his/her motivations, with the purpose of drawing up a career plan and/or planning a career change or training project.
Its purpose is to help the individual to:
- assess his/her previous career path,
- situate him/herself in the world of work,
- prepare him/herself for the recognition of non-formal and informal learning outcomes and attainments,
- plan his/her career path.
Source: Cedefop, Glossary: Quality in Education and Training, 2011
A number of institutional and private training providers are able to offer their expertise regarding the skills audit, and may be contacted for more information.
View the list of training providers that are members of the lifelong-learning.lu portal and offer a skills audit, listed by training domain.
View the list of training courses preparatory to a skills audit or assessment of professional experience.
Help with making a career change
Various assessment tests are available online to help you gain a better knowledge of your personal and professional profile and offer guidance in choosing a new career by providing you with an initial idea of your personal profile.
More information available on the website of the House of Guidance (Maison de l'Orientation).