The DSO Skills Assessment Framework currently sees a set of Employer Standards, agreed by a cross-section of employers, that state the critical minimum standards required to be employable now. These standards focus on delivering outcomes and are tool agnostic. So it doesn't matter how you learned your skills, and on what systems, it matters that you prove to employers you have the minimum competencies required to perform on the job. This gives the training providers the freedom to then be truly employer-led, being able to conduct just the right training, at the right time, and not have to follow a curriculum that may well be out of date.