The world’s best professional worker

Want to join and create the world’s best professional work? If so, we need the world’s best mentors. As a supervisor or instructor, you are already a resource person who provides professional insight, support and security to tomorrow’s value creators.

We know that the transition from school to working life can be difficult. To be a professional and a master, the basic subjects need to be measured. Apprentices must also show good attitudes, master HSE and ICT, collaborate and communicate well with others, be innovative and engaged - and much more, and with Dokker you get to know the whole person even before they become part of the workplace.

It is the ​​apprentice who is the active party and who owns everything that is added to Dokker over time. The ​​apprentice can, among other things, prove the expertise and knowledge they already have and what they acquire during the learning period. Through facilitating planning, implementation and assessment, Dokker provides both good attitudes and valuable training for the exam.

As a supervisor, you use Dokker as a flexible and accessible tool to provide support and feedback along the way. Here you also get access to curricula, overview of goals and their status. In short: Docks give you the tools you need to create the framework for the world’s best professional work.

Personal

Free

Unlimited number of documents

Curriculums/aim

Sharing and feedback along the way

Support

Business

kr 95
per person, per month. Invoiced annually.

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Connect people in groups

Role-based communication and sharing

Assign tasks and follow the progression

Assessment/approval of work performed (documentation)

Prioritized user support

GDPR. The individual owns and is in full control of access to their data.


The price is ex. VAT.
Invoiced monthly: NOK 114/person/month


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Framework conditions

Dedicated support for implementation

Including training of superusers

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