Fields of expertise are broken down into smaller units. Those units are Skills – each with their own descriptions and goals. Skills are always created by accredited experts, like certifiers, technology owners or acknowledged authorities in their respective fields.
The created skills can depend on each other - forming a SkillTree. This allows users to identify the most interesting skills for their current level of knowledge easily. In addition, the prerequisites to learn a specific skill can be listed in a heartbeat.
Learners can track their progress as they go – just by ticking a Skill as self-verified - and proceed to their next learning goal. Learners can seek verification from an educator after a passed an exam, from an employer after proving their Skills at work, or accredit an official certification.
TYPO3 CMS is an Open Source Enterprise Content Management System with a large global community, backed by the approximately 900 members of the TYPO3 Association. SkillDisplay teamed up with the TYPO3 Education Committee, which is responsible for official Certification, as well as supporting the community in learning matters. Read more about the Certifier use case
The HTLW3R is a higher educational facility located in Vienna, Austria. The use of the public SkillDisplay platform was introduced while teaching the basics of Content Management Systems. Read more about the Educator use case
plan2net plans, develops and supports high demand enterprise web-applications for their customers. With the help of the SkillDisplay partnership the company keeps track of its employees training and estimates the success probability of official certification for their team members. In addition the company holds regular on premises events for students of the nearby area in order to help them obtaining new skills, as well as Business Verification of the company for existing ones. Read more about the Business use case
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Currently available Intellectual Outputs of the SkillDisplay Erasmus+ project