APPII needs to protect its members from individuals looking to hijack profiles and act falsely on behalf of someone else. APPII has incorporated a few verification steps into its mobile app that uses your mobile camera to take a selfie, and then compares that selfie with a photo from your photographic ID to protect your profile from being hijacked.
You will receive confirmation of your verification request on your APPII mobile app. Once you confirm that request it will be placed in a queue within the Organisations APPII account awaiting for verification.
APPII is endeavoring to have all educators and employers on APPII as soon as possible. In the meantime, if your educator or employer in not on APPII let us know and we'll look to have them onboarded as quickly as we can.
You are in complete control of your profile and its visibility to others on the Platform. Your profile is not visible to anyone if you haven't biometrically identified yourself. Once biometrically identified you can set your profile visibility within the privacy settings.
Check your Trash or Junk email, sometimes your APPII confirmation email can find its way there.
Click on the For Partners tab at the top of the site where you will find more information and a link to register as a partner online. Fill in the details on the registration page and we will be in touch to take you through the rest.
APPII is free to join as a verification partner or employer in return for agreeing to verify qualifications and work history, which is something that educators and employers already do. When you start to use some of the other features of APPII such as posting job vacancies and requesting access to candidate CVs there will be a cost but this will be substantially less than what is charged by traditional recruitment agencies.
Verification requests are listed in your APPII account. Where there is a relatively low number of requests these will normally be handled manually on APPII and larger volumes of verification requests will be automated through technical integration.
The main difference between APPII and Linkedin is that the assertions that people put on their CVs / Intelligent Profiles on APPII can be fully verified and this is not the case on LinkedIn. APPII will also be able to automatically match qualifications against job roles. Employers and hiring managers are able to search for candidates whose CVs have been verified and APPII can also match candidates to any open roles that employers have or spaces on educator courses.
Once you have registered one of our team will be in touch with the main APPII contact you provided to finalise your profile on APPII (ensure you have the appropriate logo and information about your organisation etc.). They will also be taken through the simple verification process.
The main benefits are the substantial reduction in time taken to fill job vacancies and the associated cost efficiencies. APPII believes it will take roughly 30 days to fill high level positions against the existing industry standard of over 70 days. This is achievable through using new cutting-edge technology which cuts out a lot of the repeatable processes in recruitment such as verifying the assertions that candidates put on their CVs and matching people's qualifications and work history too. This will in turn reduce costs for verification partners too.
The main benefits are the substantial reduction in time taken to fill job vacancies and cost efficiencies. APPII will take roughly 30 days to fill high level positions against the existing industry standard of over 70 days. This is achievable through utilising new cutting-edge technology which cuts out a lot of the repeatable processes in recruitment such as verifying the assertions that candidates put on their CVs and matching people's qualifications and work history and this will in turn reduce costs for employers too.
No. APPII will have no access to company or employee data. Employees will only join APPII by choosing to subscribe individually.
APPII needs to ensure organisations are represented by those with designated authority. We ask that any organisation administrators be biometrically identified to ensure they are who they say they are, and for organisations to have confidence that verification requests are being actioned by its representatives.