A page where you can find all the expert opinions and case studies that we have collected through our research

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A page where you can find all the expert opinions and case studies that we have collected through our research. Choose from a list of multiple choices below to find real life examples that may help you answer your skills gap questions.
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Leading Universities: “Digital Credentials”

Nine leading universities created a system for digital educational credentials that makes it possible to remove the risk of fraudulent identity, for institutions, and to keep all the credentials on a one platform that is easily accessible, for learners.

Amazon Career Choice

Amazon’s program to finance and motivate its employees to pursue a degree in transportation, healthcare, mechanical and skilled trades, and IT & Computer Science. 

WorldSkills Russia: Skills Passport

WorldSkills (Russia) introduced a unified tool to assess competences for more than 70 qualifications based on practical tasks demonstrable by exam, which are evaluated by industrial experts. Students who successfully pass the exam receive a Skills Passport – a unified document recognizing their level of competencies. The results of the exam are registered in the "Young Professional Database," which is available for potential employers

Training System of ROSATOM’s workers and engineering personnel based on WorldSkills methodology

AtomSkills is a training system of workers and engineering personnel in accordance with international and industry-specific requirements related to all stages of hr pipeline: from vocational guidance for schoolchildren to the development of employees aged over 50.

Estonia: OSKA Skills forecasting system

OSKA helps to learn and teach the right skills. It analyzes the labor and skills necessary for Estonia’s economic development over the next 10 years. The OSKA system is designed to analyze and forecast labor market needs, both quantitatively (how many employees are needed in key occupations by sector) and qualitatively (the expected competency profiles in key occupations), and to recommend necessary adjustments in the education and training offerings.