Increase student enrollment, retention, and completion rates in learning courses. Decrease administrative costs. In workplace or academic settings, instructors, examiners, or program admissions officers assess learners in respect to comprehensive and consistent award criteria for achievement and program completion. Curriculum committees, awarding bodies, or regulatory authorities verify compliance of assessed criteria with recognised standards. View other PaperFree® solutions.
•Methods for the definition and structuring of courses or certificate programs
(“awards”) represented as comprehensive and validated hierarchies of arbitrary
criteria such as eligibility rules, qualifications, knowledge, skills, competencies,
academic or workplace achievements, and tests or examinations,
•Submission by an individual or authorised agent of a portfolio of evidence
attesting to eligibility and prior achievement and learning in qualification for
an award and, subsequently, demonstrating that the individual meets the
predetermined and standardised criteria for the award,
•Documents, testimony, interviews, test results, simulations, demonstrations
(in the form of audio, video, photocopy, text files) acceptable as evidence for
•Consistent, transparent, and verifiable assessment process conducted according to
recognised methods and standards for assessment of courses and certifications,
•Automated evidence-criteria cross-referencing and award completion tracking,
•Capabilities for managing multilingual users and users with disabilities, and
•Automated management reports for compliance and administrative functions.
•Optimised assessment cycles increase the capacity to manage larger volumes of
applicants and to improve the completion rates in the courses and certifications;
•Comprehensive, consistent, and verifiable methods and standards supported
for definition and assessment of awards increase their perceived value and market
acceptance by potential candidates, employer organisations, the general public,
educational institutions, and governments; and
•Integrated verification processes enabling compliance and reducing risk of fraud.