We’re excited to launch a new category of specialized learning experiences known as Microcredentials — designed to advance your career through convenient, short and highly flexible online programs focused on the most sought-after skills in today’s workplaces.
What is a microcredential?
A microcredential is official recognition of your achievement of a defined set of skills, knowledge, and competencies. It may be academic or non-academic and may be within a program, separate from a program, or both. It is shorter in nature than a certificate or diploma and focuses on very specific skills, knowledge, and competencies which address gaps and needs in the workforce.
Upon successful completion of a microcredential course or program, you will receive your credential in a digital format. A blockchain digital credential is a secure link giving you access to a tamper-proof and verifiable credential which houses information such as the issuing institution, the date earned, learning outcomes, and evaluation criteria.
Digitally Shareable Credentials
Add to your resume, LinkedIn profile, and easily share with current or prospective employers.
Flexible Online Learning
Learn at your own pace with flexible programs that fit your lifestyle and schedule. Earn a microcredential in months.
Get real-world, hands-on experience while learning from best-in-class instructors with deep industry knowledge.
Innovative Online Learning Experience
Designed to allow for anywhere, anytime learning — while still making real, human connections with instructors and classmates.
Explore Microcredentials by Category
Invest in yourself by acquiring highly transferable work skills and software training
Get practical knowledge and skills in an efficient and timely manner that you can apply immediately
- Focus on the specific competencies you need for your current role or to prepare for a future role
- Provides details about the skills and specialized knowledge you have acquired
- Easily shareable and transportable
- Personalized with your name and the institution that issued it
- Include it as a link on your resume
- Add it to your LinkedIn and Facebook profiles
- Share it with potential employers
- Print a copy to give to your employer
- Share it with family and friends
- Print it and frame it!
Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive an email that will contain a link to your microcredential in a digital format. It will outline the specific skills, competencies and specialized learning you have obtained in your course/program. It’s a tamper-proof and directly verifiable credential which houses information such as the issuing institution, the date earned, learning outcomes, and evaluation criteria.