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Career Paths


Engineers‘ career paths provide professionals with an ongoing mechanism to enhance their skills and knowledge that can lead to mastery of their current jobs, promotions and transfers to new or different positions. Aligning the employee’s career goals with the strategic topics helps individuals achieve their career goals and allows QH stakeholders to differentiate their upskilling-re-skilling programs from labour market competitors. Career paths aim to directly impact the entire organization or community of practice by improving morale, career satisfaction, motivation, productivity, and responsiveness in meeting dynamic objectives. They provide PoC where QH stakeholders can support employees with advanced SCF taxonomies and disseminate management reviews with integrated feedback loops.



Stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing workplace by accessing fresh, on-demand skilling programs through a robust peer-to-peer marketplace.

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Leverage the integrated Micro-production Model built for the twin digital-green transformation. Unleash the next generation of skills and competencies.

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Use instruments built for tackling unemployment, facilitating transitions to jobs and making TVET more responsive and resilient toward labour market risks.

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Launch your projects to trusted participants in minutes and power up your pipelines with the most potent and flexible participatory mechanism built for the twin digital-green transition





Create comprehensive engagement pipelines that are vital to the success of your project. Understand and respond to the risks and opportunities with continuous learning modules





Infuse pipelines to validate research, results, and reports. Establish dynamic methods capable of evaluating and increasing possibilities within research and development communities

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Access your instructor dashboard for updates

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Launch your paid and free seminars, generate income and impact

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Launch your paid seminars and generate income

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Track and measure your portfolio performance


Add co-instructors and guest lecturers


Seamlessly integrate your seminars across platforms

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Access your student dashboard for LLL courses

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Learn latest industry trend with curated topics


Take lessons and get support from the community

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Submit multimedia assignments securely 


Complete quizzes and submit results for grading

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Attend seminars and thought leader sessions

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Quadratic funding for education as public goods 


Certificate of achievement for learning outcomes

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Proof-of-Competence for assessment and recognition

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Proof-of-Impact for open collaboration streams


Proof-of-Authority for issuers and assessors

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Earn platform credits for successful project delivery

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Earn badges and share your portfolio anywhere

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Earn digital certificates: CoA , CoQ , CoE , CoI


Earn micro-credentials for skills and competencies

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Redeem commerce cards and match with industry leaders

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Earn excellence awards for ESG impact

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is a Digital Wallet?

    A Digital Wallet is an electronic mechanism that enables CRS for MPM on the GCRI network platforms. It allows users to make purchases and services transactions using their network credits: pCredits, eCredits, and vCredits. Digital Wallets can be used to pay for goods and services by either entering a code on associate store gateways or scanning a QR code while making purchases at a store and online.

    In addition to being able to make purchases, Digital Wallets can also be used to deposit money into one’s personal and business finance account. It can also be used to validate the identity of various credentials such as PoC, Pow, PoI, and PoA. These documents can then be transferred to a third-party terminal through near-field communication (NFC) technology.

  • What is an Impact Certificate?

    Impact Certificate or Certificate of Impact (CoI) is a deceleration of impact issued to members who contributed to the public good through MPM. It is designed to empower open collaboration by funding responsible research and sustainable innovation. A central matching pool uses the QF mechanism with PoC properties: PoW, PoI, and PoA to enable an end-to-end grant-making process.

    Members interested in buying CoI can post proposals to showcase available support for high-impact projects focusing on public goods, stewardship and philanthropy. Members who deliver results via Bounties, Quests, and Builds can stack their results and issue CoIs. Companies and large organizations can accept CoIs partially or fully in the Commerce Area.

    The willingness to pay for CoI is subjective and consensus-based on PoC, depending on the values and views of funders and builders. Members can maximize the value of CoI by acquiring others’ certificates or stacking credits in matching pools for risk management and innovation portfolios.
    Impact Certificates issued on the GCRI platforms can be transferred without double-spending and bookkeeping issues using public-private ledger capabilities integrated into CRS for cloud and blockchain-based environments.

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