Integrated learning accounts (ILA) provide LLL opportunities with embedded CRS for professional development. ILA is orchestrated under the SCF to help people earn micro-credentials, enable equitable career paths, and up-skill for the twin digital-green transition. ILA includes access to credit pools for unlocking quests, bounties, builds and hackathons through WILPs. They support targeted, flexible up-skilling and re-skilling opportunities to tackle new and emerging societal, sectoral, and labour market issues. Integrated Learning Accounts leverage the MPM in a multi-platform network and empower everyone, regardless of age, employment or education level. QH stakeholders are encouraged to use ILAs and work closely with members to establish CCells in their niche and support CoI for impact-oriented campaigns.
Once the individual has a certificate proving their skills, they must communicate with various organizations to use digital credentials effectively for work or further learning achievements. MPM’s technology allows sharing skills beyond the traditional CV and linking people with learning and job opportunities through a novel Proof-of-Competence (PoC) mechanism. Our approach to stackable micro-credentials is intended to leverage PoC and represent exit and entry points to maximize learning and career opportunities through high-quality skills-based programs. PoC ensures that people who have gained competencies through impact-oriented actions, public service, or informal education can participate in the labour market and receive credentials for competencies mastered along the journey. Members can use their online portfolio with PoCs to pitch ideas to employers, a current project in competitions, or apply for new funding and better positions. PoCs unique properties are meant to indicate and visualize the value created by stakeholders in the SCF and introduce a new benchmark for success.
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