With the introduction of the OFO comes the development of a model with which industries can quantify required skills for success of a business venture. The required skills sets, called profiles, should follow from business planning processes and strategic sessions in companies. This will enable an organisation to plan its human capital in relation to the business plan. The next step would be to measure exsisting skills in relation to required skills. In other words how well the required skills sets are met. The difference is the skills GAP, that can now be pinponted. The problem is that not all GAPS are the same…Thus, a one size fits all training is hardly possible. However, the learner can still be part of a larger group, but has the option of RPL for certain sections. The real benefit – training to deliver a specific task…business aligned.