Gaining an industry-relevant certification can help you stand out in the job market and gain the skills you need to achieve your career goals.
Digital credentials verify employees' skills and will prove a valuable asset in the future of work and learning.
MedCerts and Excelsior College are providing a path to higher education and career advancement for thousands of students nationwide by combining credits with credentials.
The Wake Forest University School of Professional Studies has expanded its online academic programs for working professionals to include financial planning credentials and certification.
Scrum.org, The Home of Scrum, today launched a new digital badging program for its Professional Scrum certification holders through Credly, the digital credentialing leader.
GreenLight Credentials and national non-profit Credential Engine have forged a new partnership to leverage their technologies, networks, and expertise to increase access to and the impact of credential information for learners and workers.
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Kenzie Academy to expand access to microcredentials.
PAIRIN, the workforce journey company, today announced the launch of the Open Pathways Alliance, which brings together noted nonprofits and social impact technology companies, including Credential Engine, Qlarion and SkillsEngine.
Through live demonstrations, the Velocity Network now features the first multi-vendor scenarios showcasing the new world of work that leverages self-sovereign, verifiable digital career credentials.
In today’s dismal job market, credentials can give job candidates a competitive edge and help them gain valuable employment when they need it most.