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Continuous assessment for Qualification Centers

The AIP Institute offers cooperation for organizations interested in creating and developing qualification centers based on our solutions.

Opportunities and areas of work within the framework of cooperation

  • a set of AIP Institute’s solutions for providing remote learning;
  • a system for formalizing the experience and knowledge of experts for further transfer;
  • a new form of an electronic passport of qualifications;
  • the introduction of a system supporting continuing education;
  • and others.

Key Benefits

  • Accelerated implementation of programs to create and develop the “knowledge economy”;
  • Introduction of a comprehensive national qualifications system;
  • Formation of a new labor exchange based on a secure digital document that combines the functions of a qualifications passport, a certificate, a resume, a medical card, and other official documents;
  • Reduced unemployment thanks to training tailored to state and business objectives, through implementation by businesses and institutions of a modern methodology for multifaceted assessment and furthering of an individual’s potential;
  • An improved labor migration environment thanks to centralized and unified mapping of qualifications to the goals and objectives of employers;
  • Introduction of a lifelong learning process using all the data from companies supporting the methodology, summarized in a personal dynamic qualifications map (Cognigraph);
  • Calculation of various indicators and indexes (economic, sociological, etc.);
  • Compliance with international standards. Alignment with the standards of international, national, and sectoral qualifications frameworks ensures that labor markets and educational standards are highly transparent in the context of active labor migration and competition for high-flying specialists.(ILO – International Labour Organization, O*NET – US Occupational Information Network, ISCO-08 – International Standard Classification of Occupations, ETF – European Training Foundation, and others);
  • Increases trust in the new system of professional training by eliminating formal professional and public accreditation of educational standards and programs;
  • Reduces complexity in the deployment of competency centers and independent assessment of qualifications due to performance limitations and non-recognition of assessment methods and tools by employers;
  • Makes a significant contribution to infrastructure readiness for the rapid preparation of professional standards, training content, and tools for qualification assessment;
  • Introduces a new form of resume, the Dynamic AIP Map (Cognigraph), as an electronic qualifications passport (replacing resumes, certificates, diplomas, and other educational documents) providing the ability to store and present the results of training and comprehensive assessment of actual skills;
  • Increases the adaptive capacity and digital literacy of all working-age citizens;
  • Introduces services and platforms to support the entire lifecycle of qualifications and career paths;
  • Introduces qualification scales, which will raise wages in the regions and increase tax collected;
  • Increases the adaptive capacity and digital literacy of working-age citizens;
  • Displays the actual level of development of the population 24/7 to enhance a region’s image;
  • Ensures synergy between educational programs and business needs.

For national competency centers and educational institutions

  • identifying and updating advanced vocational training competencies in line with the priorities of regional economic development;
  • designing educational programs and modules aimed at building the region’s priority competencies;
  • establishing, supplementing, and updating databases of state resources in line with the supported model of vocational training centers and libraries of digital learning materials;
  • integrating with regions’ digital educational environment or with individual vocational training organizations to transfer information to databases of human and logistical resources and libraries of digital training materials;
  • establishing a standardized digital timetable for vocational training centers, recording how often a region’s educational resources are uploaded, and coordinating their joint use in real time;
  • registering the population for careers events and advanced vocational training programs that allow individual educational trajectories to be formulated;
  • holding careers events and educational programs using e-learning, simulators, electronic educational and methodological frameworks, and other digital learning materials;
  • monitoring practical exams (skills demonstrations) in the regions and generating statistical reports for the educational coordination centers;
  • continuous monitoring of the advanced vocational training process, generating statistical reports (in electronic file format with graphs) on current competencies, educational programs conducted, etc., including in historical perspective;
  • conducting surveys and accumulating data on the state of the regional labor market.


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AIP Qualification Framework

A set of tools and methods that allow you to build a system of binary evaluation of employee labor actions and personalized training for missing labor functions, taking into account the student's information perception profile.
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The Cognigraph project is aimed at formalizing experience and creating a structured representation of human knowledge in the form of a dynamically growing map of cognigraphic data based on personal confirmation and assessing algorithms.
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