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Let AI build your Skills Library in minutes

Friday 15 March 2024

Let AI build your Skills Library in minutes

Olivier Rohou
Let AI build your Skills Library in minutes

As you may know, the opportunities for AI to support HR and L&D professionals are immense, especially when it comes to skills-based learning.

So, when OpenAI launched the GPT Store — an online library of GPTs tailored to specific tasks — we knew we had something valuable to share with the L&D community: the AI-powered SkillsGPT.

This technology is already powering our skills offering but now, there is the chance to share these capabilities with ChatGPT Plus subscribers who want to lay the groundwork for a skills-based learning approach at their organisation.

 

What does SkillsGPT do?

If you’ve dabbled in building a skills-based learning approach in the past few years, you know that, without the help of AI, it’s an excruciatingly manual process. The activity includes identifying and listing job positions, filling out the required skills on Excel sheets, then updating these lists as soon as they become obsolete.

It’s a task worthy of Sisyphus, and frankly, it wasn’t working for the L&D world. Then, AI entered the scene and all of a sudden, the technology can handle the bulk of this meticulous work:

  • Generate a list of jobs within your organisation
  • For each of these jobs, generate the list of skills required to perform in them
  • For each of these skills, build a proficiency grid
  • For each of these skills, identify the criticality level for your business

You can then configure the corresponding level of granularity for each of these steps (e.g., number of skills, number of proficiency levels, etc).

 

Who is it for?

Anyone (CHROs, L&D professionals) looking to start or perfect a skills-based learning approach at their organisation. For now, you’ll also need a ChatGPT Plus subscription. But if you just want to take a peek at the technology powering the chatbot, you can always get a free demo of the skills offering.

Brandon Caldwell, Director of People and Culture at 365 Retail Markets: "A program like SkillsGPT is a game changer in the development cycle of skills-based learning because it significantly reduces the initial complexity of what you are trying to build."

 

How does it work?

Chatbots need data to function. We used data from LinkedIn’s own job ontologies (30,000 skills!), as well as 360Learning proprietary skills and job data.

Like any chatbot, the SkillsGPT works based on prompts. We’ve listed a few to help you get started, so that the technology will know enough about your company and skills-based learning approach to build out your skills ontology for you.

The first step is to share your company name. Then, you will be asked for a few specifications, at which point you’ll be able to guide the bot with some options. And that’s it!

 

Is it part of the 360Learning Platform?

Yes and no! The SkillsGPT that’s available on OpenAI’s GPT Store is the same technology powering the Skills offering on the 360Learning platform. But on the GPT Store, you’ll need a paid ChatGPT Plus subscription, although you don’t have to be a 360Learning customer. SkillsGPT will flesh out your skills ontology all the same, based on your prompts.

Of course, a solid skills ontology is only the first step towards building out a full skills-based learning strategy. You’ll want to be supported by a platform that can then help you identify important skills gaps and close them with the right content.

So, if skills-based learning is on your mind, take SkillsGPT out for a spin and let us know what you think - we’re betting it will open up a whole new world of learning possibilities.

 

Olivier Rohou Olivier Rohou

Chief Skills Officer at 360Learning

Tags

  • AI
  • artificial intelligene
  • build
  • chatgpt
  • gpt
  • ld
  • learning
  • library
  • openai
  • skills
  • skillsbased
  • skillsgpt
  • technology
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