The capacity to learn, is a gift ; the ability to learn, is a skill ; the willingness to learn is a choice .
LEARNING HUBS: WHICH ONE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE?
A SKILLS DRIVEN FUTURE OF WORK
Companies need the right skills at the right moment and build and dismantle teams in weeks.
Just in the U.K. companies spent over £6 billion in wasted salaries paid to resources who leaved the companies in the first four weeks from hiring, each wrong hiring costing approximately £40 k to the company.
Education is going through huge changes and becomes an ongoing attitude for professional that want to grow their own value. However, if the impact of education is not measurable, both companies and learners do not know what they are buying in.
COMPANIES BUY STORIES NOT CERTIFICATES
The vast majority of repetitive tasks will be progressively replaced by machines .
Individuals are now in the position to learn any kind of skills they want just browsing the web, attending events, networking and engaging in meaningful conversation online,
What will make the difference between a professional and the other one, will be the ability to innovate, think critically, influence, shape.
The value of an individual can no more be measured by a good degree and a couple of good positions. It's their entire story made of demonstrable achievements and continuous formal and informal learning that determines what they can deliver. Professionals main asset in 21st century, is their proven reputation.
ADDED ID FOR PROFESSIONALS
Immutable credentials tracing skills, work, performances
Professional Associations and learning hubs, use the software CERTIIF to convert information into "proofs" that are cryptographically secured and made immutable with a quick 5-click process. without relying on third parties platforms.
By associating a credential to every professional / member / learner achievement, or verified information, associations map skills- growth in real-time, enable employers and prospects of a professional to easily verify validity and veracity of competency and also map the impact of learning eventually provided and adapt it accordingly. with the difference it makes on the labor market.
Passport is a collection of anonymized credentials owned and shared by a professional.
Members of associations use passport to collect proofs of learning, work and others achievements, within and outside the association.
In this way, they build their irrefutable professional reputation.
Associations can build programs, track micro-credentials and eventually issue final certificates as the result of a certain number of micro-credentials. owned by a member.
Professional networks, can automate their member on-boarding process, and irrefutably prove members eligibility to a qualification, based on -verified information.