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The more familiar that users get with SFIA – the more they recognise the value of the generic levels of responsibility .
The opposite is also true; new users tend to make more use of the skill level descriptors and overlook the generic levels of responsibility.
A couple of things could be done:
provide more emphasis in the framework documentation and how the generic responsibilities are presented.
I think the wording should be reviewed and refreshed by taking an analytical view of the individual elements. When this is deconstructed there are some common themes which one can see gradually increasing from L1 thru l7. However not everything is covered all the way through and for some areas the distinction between levels is not clear.