Application, Assessments & Learning

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Application and Assessments

To apply for professional designations from AMS, applicants should fulfill the following requirements of application and assessments:


A. Preferably a recognized bachelor degree

     holders or above;


B. Five years of proven experience or above in the



C. Board interview and assessment;


D. Examinations or Project Submission;


E. The committee board may approve professional

     designations subject to individual

     considerations according to the industrial

     contributions of the applicants in the industry.


The distance AMS education programme was launched in 2013 by the Hong Kong branches in Asia.


AMS Online Training


AMS online training represent a wide range of subjects. The programs consist of modules + an online assessment. They make it possible to receive the AMS diploma (UK). Each training module includes: webinars (online seminars), archive records, an electronic textbook, an electronic prospectus, and exercises with solutions.


After completing every module, students are tested. They need to achieve a satisfying score in order to be able to take part in the next module. This lets control their knowledge and makes it easier for them to absorb the material systematically. Tutors stay in contact with their students during the learning process through exchanging messages by using a contact form installed on a website, and checking their assessments.


Due to the increasing popularity of such an education format, the training courses improving skills of specialists in European Union and Asia are going to be launched from September 2016. The age of the information technology creates many opportunities to educate remotely, leaving the traditional education model behind, guaranteeing success and continuous development.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) mechanism under the Academy of Multi-skills, UK (AMS) provides an alternative route by assessing the skills and knowledge gained through (1) formal training conducted by industry or education, (2) work experience, and (3) life experience for practitioners to obtain recognised qualifications without undergoing a training programme and facilitates their subsequent progression in learning, and in careers


The main principle of RPL focuses on the outcomes rather than how, when or where the learning occurred. It gives you credit for skills and knowledge acquired school, at work and at home, or through clubs, hobbies and other activities.

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