Bridge the gap between required skills and possessed skills to empower youths on the road to success

Skill tests developed by NEA Life have been shown to assist public and government entities in hiring and retaining qualified and trained staff.

What does the Skill Gap Analysis mean?

A skills gap analysis is a scientific and well-researched strategy to assess and bridge gaps between required and actual possessed skills. 

NEA Life’s Skills Gap analysis can assist you to discover the abilities you will need to achieve as your professional objectives.

Skill Gap Analysis Measures

Language and Communication

It is the ability to detect errors in grammar, punctuation and capitalization and how well one spells common English words in order to communicate effectively.

Verbal Reasoning

Verbal reasoning generally helps to understand the relationship amongst words. Verbal ability can be assessed for critical thinking, grammar, fluency, syntax, word and sentence comprehension, spelling, vocabulary, and interpretation. 

Spatial reasoning

Spatial reasoning is the ability to visualize geometric forms and to comprehend the two-dimensional representation of three-dimensional objects.

Computational Ability

Numerical reasoning tests include arithmetic, number sequences and simple mathematics including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and squaring.

Abstract reasoning

Abstract reasoning is a measure of how well individuals can reason with geometric figures and design. Abstract reasoning tests are widely used within selection processes to assess a candidate’s general intellect and ability to work out new concepts and abstract ideas, rather than testing prior knowledge. 

Perceptual reasoning

Perceptual reasoning is the ability to accurately interpret, organize and think with visual information. It measures nonverbal reasoning skills and taps into thinking that is more fluid and requires visual perceptual abilities.

Clerical Speed & Accuracy

Clerical Speed & Accuracy is a perceptual activity primarily concerned with making rapid evaluations of features of visual stimuli.

Mechanical Reasoning

Mechanical Ability refers to an understanding of basic mechanical principles, simple machines, tools, electrical, and automotive facts.

Analytical ability

Analytical ability helps to collect and analyze the information of complex problems and make decisions. We use analytical ability in detecting patterns, interpreting data or making decisions in presence of multiple factors or options.

Application of Skill Gap Analysis

  • Identifying skill gaps,  benefits organizations as it ensures that the workforce is well trained, knowledgeable, and better equipped to perform the job. 
  • Helps to improve and define an individual’s skills the company needs.
  • Addresses the critical skills employees need to work on.
  • Aid in the recruiting process by defining the need for skills which current employees do not possess.

Benefits of Skill Gap Analysis

  • Gain a better understanding of your own abilities. 
  • Identify career options consistent with your abilities.
  • Helps you to identify areas with a need for improvement in skills for the suggested course/career option.
  • Choose appropriate education and training relevant to your interests and abilities.
  • Decide and focus for the future career selection.