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China Looks to Standardise Assessment of Talents’ Qualifications

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security has issued its Opinions on Reforming and Improving the Skilled Talent Evaluation System (Ren She Bu Fa No. 90 [2019]) with a view to establishing an effective system for evaluating individual skillsets. As envisaged, any such evaluation will take into account an assessment of professional qualifications, accreditations for different levels of vocational skills and an appraisal of specialised vocational skillsets.

Overall, the proposal outlines six priorities for the development of such a system:

  • Reforming the vocational qualifications system for skilled personnel and improving the directory of vocational qualifications
  • Establishing and implementing a system of vocational skills grading, with employment units and non-government training evaluation organisations conducting vocational skills grading in accordance with the relevant regulations
  • Establishing a viable system of vocational standards
  • Optimising the scope of the evaluation process and standardising the methodology
  • Establishing a management system for the evaluation of skillsets and ensuring dynamic adjustments can be made to the system
  • Speeding up the transformation of related government functions and clarifying the roles played by government, the market, employers and non-government organisations etc when it comes to talent evaluation

Source: Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security

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