USLC provides quality and comprehensive e-verification of information further shown in National registers to confirm registrants’ proficiency and competence. Operational integrity of relevant and appropriate data ensure all-round control of adherence to local and international Law by registrants. Plenty of verification processes were drafted and adopted by competent authorities of USLC.
Registration stands for authenticity and accuracy of registrant’s data that forms registrant’s professional status, language and pro competence, academic mobility and integrity. Conformity of relevant data with the law and standards is regulated by governing body of USLC, in the case of violation of which the, appropriate corrections of National registers are applied immediately.
THE LANGUAGE AND PRO COMPETENCE REGISTER
LPcR is e-system that stores data about certification in proficiency in foreign languages, about confirmed recognition of documents and other details that form professional competence of the registrants.
THE PROFESSIONAL STATUS REGISTER
PSR is e-system that stores details about registrants who meet our standards, their professional status, qualifications and experience screening, their business reputation in a regulated or non-regulated profession.
THE ACADEMIC MOBILITY REGISTER
AMR is e-system that stores details, which verify mobility status and confirm registrants’ academic integrity, their obtained scientific and professional skills.
USLC has launched e-registers of national unified standards with a purpose of data specification about professional, educational, academic, language and pro competence.
National e-system is represented in the form of three main data-bases that show current status of the relevant sphere of work.
Each of the registers functions under the relevant structural department of USLC and provides individuals and organizations with an opportunity to be acquainted with reliable information about the applicant, the applicant’s documents, legal and professional status and so on.
In 2020 the system includes :
LPcR is a structured e-system that stores information about:
PSR is a structured e-system that stores information about:
AMR – is a structured e-system that stores information about
PSR provides an establishment of unified structured data-base about your profession in the host country, with a purpose of universal acceleration of confirmation method of reported information during employment, studying or internship.
Each of the registers is established by an appropriate USLC’s department through data gained out of such resources: