There are now more than 700,000 unique postsecondary credentials offered beyond the confines of traditional universities. With good reason: As the shelf life of skills continues to shrink, education consumers are looking for alternatives to college.
Organizations need better ways to track skills, pinpoint gaps and motivate employees to develop core competencies. Micro-credentialing is one tool your organization can use to build and demonstrate the skill sets we’ll all need to succeed in the future.
Skilled Now launched its newest software platform, Skilled Matrix, to meet the growing demands for contemporary cloud-based authoring tools, skills assessments, standards-based testing, and certification credentialing requirements in the marketplace.
Micro-credentialing is a great way to track upskilling and certification for learners within organizations.
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.
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.