1.D Other options

Below you can find a number of additional examples of sector maps providing a complete picture of a specific sector: The first two include a possible third dimension to be added to the concept of a sector map.

Example 1 Installation technology

A number of additional examples of sector maps providing a complete picture of a specific sector.

This sector map example shows the full variety of jobs in the installation technology sector. On top of the large variety in content of jobs, the third dimension adds the context to this variety: the type of product markets and clients that the companies work for.

Example 2 Metal working industry

Metal working industry
EQF level Design, Drawing & Work preparation Casting & Extrusion Machining Sheet metal working Surface engineering Construction Assembly & Disassembly Mechatronics Service & Maintenance Management & Support
5 Designer/ Constructor (engineer)       Surface technician       Service technician  Director Manager
4 Chief drawing office Work planner (senior) Foundry technician Precision engineer Model maker   Electroplating technician Mechanical engineer All-round machine builder All-round mechanic mechatronics Service engineer Sales representative Workplace trainer
3 Calculator Draftsman Quality controller Founder Caster Moulder Melter All-round CNC machinist CNC programmer Toolmaker Instrument maker CNC sheet metal worker Galvanizer Sprayer All-round construction worker All-round welder Machine builder Senior mechanic/ tester mechatronics Maintenance engineer Purchaser
2 Junior mechanical draftsman Junior foundry worker Junior machinist (junior) Sheet metal worker Junior galvanizer Junior sprayer Construction worker Welder Assembly mechanic Demolition worker Mechanic mechatronics   Warehouse worker
1   Production assistant Production assistant Production assistant Cleaner
Polisher Swabber
Production assistant       Cleaner

 

This sector map of the (Dutch) metal working industry shows a great variety in branches and companies: forging, casting and extrusion companies, machining companies, sheet metal companies, surface engineering, construction companies, building construction, yacht and shipbuilding companies, mobile equipment, agrotechnical companies, metal ware manufacturing companies, instruments and tools, machine and equipment construction, service and maintenance companies, recycling companies, electrical engineering companies, aircraft construction and maintenance companies. This diversity can be showed in a third dimension.

Example 3 Builders’ merchants sector

 

Level Logistics Sales office Field & showroom
5 Logistic manager Product manager Marketing manager
4 Chef expedition Technical specialist Account/area manager
3 Storekeeper Back office / sales employee Field worker
2 Warehouse
employee
Desk clerk Receptionist
  • Around 10.000 workers in about 600 companies
    • 50% works in a technical/commercial job
    • 30% works in logistic jobs (with client contacts)
  • “Triple craftsmanship”
    • Technical (products and their application)
    • Logistical (the right stuff at the right place and time)
    • Commercial (thinking like a contractor)

Example 4 The beauty care sector

The sector is divided in three branches. The (content of) two jobs highlighted in the middle can also be shown in a completely different way

EQF level Hair dressing Beauty care Pedicure
5 - Skin therapist -
4 - All-round beautician Medical pedicure
3 Hairdresser Beauty specialist Pedicure
2 Junior hairdresser Nail stylist -

 

The two highlighted beauty care jobs in the middle can also be shown in a completely different way of mapping out

The two highlighted beauty care jobs in the middle can also be shown in a completely different way of mapping out

This industry is actually more of a professional association and this image is more an overview of job content and its development, from EQF level 3 to 4 and further into higher VET specialisations.