Wondering what the difference is between reskilling and upskilling? In this article we've outlined the difference and how to develop and implement these strategies at your company.
Reskilling is teaching current employees new skills to prepare them for new responsibilities or job functions within their organization. Skills may be adjacent to each other, for example a computer programmer learning new math skills or communication skills to enhance their performance or gain promotion to a management position.
Upskilling is teaching current employees new skill sets with the goal of advancing their current skill set. For example a computer programmer who builds video games learns a new programming language that allows them to also develop new software technologies.
Here are some tips on how to develop and implement reskilling and upskilling programs to close skills gaps!
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