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.

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.

Personal training account system in France

French experience in creating a legal system that provides long-life learning opportunities for all citizens at the national level. It aims to enable people to acquire entitlements to training throughout their careers with the help of personal training account (CPA) without losing them if they change employers.

Stanford: The open loop university

Stanford Open Loop University allows students to learn longer and make a better major choice as they are enabled to start their career or involvement in public work during their higher education and have an opportunity to return to university at any time during 6 years of study. 

Institute of Technical Education: “Learning through filming”

The Institute of Technical Education in Singapore created a system in which students are more involved in the learning process. The basis of the system is a teamwork on film production and presentation of each project by students. The students learn more about related fields by themselves and are taught less by lecturers.