Learn on Demand Systems, developer of hands-on learning technology used by top tech firms, including Microsoft, to build engaging and effective learning programs, announced today the launch of a new digital credential program.
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.
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is enhancing its prestigious suite of healthcare financial credentials with the introduction of digital badges.
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“Last Mile” Training provider, Talent Path, today announced a partnership with Credly that will provide those who complete their program with a better way to communicate their skills to employers.
Metacred, the world’s oldest existing full-service credential management company, announced the launch of a new initiative to provide its association clients with a seamless, scalable way to recognize and verify knowledge, skills, and abilities.
District Council 37 (DC 37), New York City’s largest public-sector labor union announced a new initiative to help its 127,000 members track professional credentials and skills development, and match them with career pathways.
Today, Learning Machine Technologies announced that it closed a $3 million seed round to expand its work as a leader in providing secure, recipient-owned and independently verifiable digital records.