Credential Engine today announced that Walmart has provided additional support through a grant to support its efforts to improve understanding around education and training standards in the retail and hospitality sectors.
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Augmentir, Inc., a leading provider of augmented worker software for industrial companies, today announced it has closed an oversubscribed funding round. The round was led by Pritzker Group Venture Capital.
Global learning technology leader D2L today announced that Penn Foster, which works with employers around the country to attract, develop, and retain talent for middle-skill jobs, has chosen D2L’s Brightspace platform to help over 160,000 learners a...
The state of Washington announced today a new major initiative with Credential Engine that will make information about education and training programs across the state more transparent to consumers and employers.
America’s Warrior Partnership announced the launch of its Corporate Veteran Initiative (CVI), a program that provides businesses with insights, guidance and training to improve recruitment and retention of military veterans in the workforce.
JFF, a national nonprofit, announced the launch of an ambitious framework to define a new category of employers adopting talent strategies that make a positive impact on workers who are at risk of being displaced by artificial intelligence and automation.
On 6/3/19, GMP Labs launched its first 4-year Master Homebuilder Apprenticeship Program for disadvantaged youth and returning citizens.
Deloitte and The Female Quotient (The FQ), a company dedicated to advancing equality, today announced a strategic alliance dedicated to advancing inclusion in the workplace.
Interplay Learning, the leading provider of online training for skilled trades utilizing virtual reality (VR) and 3D simulations, today announced it completed a $5.5 million Series A round of financing.
The Mom Project, the leading career marketplace for women, launched the national expansion of its Women's Work Initiative today. The program will connect 1,000 talented women with leading employers.