What matters today is what a person can do in the workplace and in life, not what’s written on their diploma. Technology and markets are changing very fast, so it’s vital to choose not professions, but rather areas of activity and competencies that you are sure to need for a successful career.
In the modern world, the key to success is to know how to learn, increase your adaptive potential and digital literacy, keep learning new things and gaining new competencies, and create a flexible set of skills so that you can quickly adapt to any changes.
There are many disparate units currently in use in society that define the goals and objectives of assessment and learning. These include:
- specialty, course, test, examination, specialization, profession
- specialization, position, job description
- type of activity, professional duty, work activity
- skill, experience, ability, knowledge
- branch of science, specialist group, specialty
- professional fields (Medicine, Law, Economics, etc.)
- scientific fields and branches of science (natural, technical, medical, mathematical, etc.);
- domain, department, sub-department, sub-domain
Due to the wide range of terms in use, the proposed AIP Qualification Framework uses a universal unit: the “Package.” The content of this unit is determined by the multidimensional evaluative characteristics of the classification systems used. In the context of this document, a “Package” is also referred to as a “Competency” (or “Qualification,” to refer to an amalgamation of several competencies).
The AIP Qualification Framework is a new approach to assessing and developing personal potential through lifelong learning.
Personal potential is based on a comprehensive assessment of theoretical and practical knowledge, and psychomotor, cognitive, and other physiological capabilities.
Adaptive Information Potential
- Assess an individual’s genuine potential based on a comprehensive evaluation of their theoretical and practical knowledge, as well as psychomotor, cognitive, and other physiological abilities;
- Display an individual’s current level of mastery of Packages and AIPs, set educational and career goals, and design and visualize paths to achieving them;
- Use a system of recommendations based on a dynamic map of Adapting Information Potential (AIP) assessment results;
- Display training results and potential routes for developing individual potential, keeping users motivated to achieve and take proactive steps;
- Support lifelong learning and development of individual potential;
- Accelerate preparation for new tasks or changes to professional duties;
- Facilitate labor migration with the Dynamic AIP Map (Cognigraph), which displays users’ actual capabilities;
- Assess the extent to which individuals are using their potential, giving companies a firm basis for staff incentives;
- The Dynamic AIP Map (Cognigraph) constitutes proof of an individual’s actual competencies in credit and financial institutions;
- Receive recommendations on horizontal and vertical career paths tailored to the company’s objectives;
- Support mental health through proper training;
- Reduce work-related stress by rapidly adding missing Packages (competencies, work activities, skills, abilities, etc.) in the personal Dynamic AIP Map;
- Support individual training tailored to a user’s information perception profile.