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Microcredential in Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces

Microcredential in Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces

Pursue your Microcredential Certification of Assessed Learning in Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces with McMaster Continuing Education

Explore the requirements below and register today!

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Microcredential in Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces

Earn your digital microcredential in Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces by scoring at least 80% on all activities

Registration opens Monday, April 2, 2024.

What is a microcredential?

A microcredential is a certification of assessed learning associated with specific and relevant skills or competencies. In this case, it recognizes the skills and knowledge acquired in the Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces course. The credential earned is issued to you by email in a digital format.

How can you use your microcredential?

You can use a digital microcredential in a number of ways. The microcredential can help you work towards completing professional development requirements in your workplace. You can share it on Facebook and LinkedIn, or you can add it to your resume. If you do not want to share your microcredential online, you can print a copy of it and give it to someone including an employer or prospective employer. Or you might want to print and frame it for yourself.

When will microcredentials be issued?

The digital credential for Creating Caregiver-Friendly Workplaces will be issued 3 times a year: June (April – July), September (August – November) and March (December – February). Students who took the course and met the 80% requirement on all activities will receive the microcredential.

Registration completed during months: Microcredential issued in:
April, May, June, July August
August, September, October, November December
December, January, February March