Simplicity and support - learning to learn from experience with Joe Weiler .

Posted by Katharine Courtney on 08 November 2018 12:00:00 GMT

Client Support Executive Joe Weiler advocates simplicity, for everything from travelling the world to the support he offers to our customers.  

I draw from simplicity during my working day by creating To Do lists with all my tasks - long term and short term - so I can see how my week will pan our (or at least is planned to pan out)!  ” Weiler says.  "I utilise simplicity outside of work by only taking hand luggage when travelling abroad. Having that restriction of only bringing both what I really need and what I can carry makes moving around any country a lot easier. It's always fun skipping the queues at hold luggage carousels!"

Joe's ongoing projects include; helping City & Guilds Group Customers get set up with Assured ( The City & Guilds training accreditation service) and staying up to date with the latest developments on the Credly platform , this means understanding how new features change the experience customers and the individuals who receive credentials have. 

We sat down with Joe at the Digitalme Office in Leeds, to learn more about his history of working with badges then credentials and his approach to supporting customers with their programmes. 

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Tags: quality badge programmes, credential support

5 benefits digital credentials bring to the Assured offer

Posted by Lucy Lewis on 18 October 2018 17:10:15 BST

5 benefits digital credentials bring to the Assured offer. 

Do you find it difficult to explain the value digital credentials add to our Assured Offer?  

We want every everyone to feel confident talking about digital credentials, so to help us all get one step closer to having the most valuable conversations about Assured with our customers, we spoke to Lucy Lewis, Head of Client Services at Digitalme about why Assured and digital credentials are a great fit, diving into the 5 key benefits digital credentials bring to the table for customers and their learners.   

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Tags: Future of work, quality badge programmes

You've earned a digital credential... now what? 3 ways to share your digital credentials.

Posted by Katharine Courtney on 12 October 2018 13:00:00 BST


Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash

Congratulations on having earned a digital badge! Maybe you’re wondering what this means and how to make the most out of your badge.

We’re all lifelong learners, so you have probably received  more than a certificate or two before that reminds you of an achievement.

How often do you use your certificate to talk about your skills? Do you have it up on the wall of your office, or do you only glance at occasionally?

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Tags: Future of work

5 Reasons You Should Share Your Skills Online

Posted by Lucy Lewis on 10 October 2018 17:11:28 BST

 

The challenge for any modern learner is sharing what you can do in a portable, verifiable and discoverable way, we spoke to Barclays LifeSkills about the 5 reasons why you should share your skills online.

Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn help billions of people every day stay connected with who and what matters to them. It is difficult to imagine a world without social media, from finding long lost friends, keeping in touch with family and sharing the best (and worst) of times with each other, social media has changed the way we connect forever. Young people today need to know the importance of building, maintaining and utilising professional as well as personal online networks to unlock new opportunities.

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Tech evolution drives a positive L&D revolution

Posted by David Kinsella on 19 June 2018 12:15:00 BST

Whether you’re after real data to drive a business case for further L&D investment, or simply wanting to make your LMS attractive again, digital credentials have an awesome future role to play.

Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash

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Tags: Learning & Development, Talent Management, Human Capital Management, Engagement, Retention, Future of work, hr, recruitment

Supporting your PRA journey.

Posted by Mark Riches on 11 May 2018 11:53:57 BST

 

With the Professional Recognition Awards pilot now in full swing, we’re highlighting the ways we support you during your PRA journey.

The PRA’s aredesigned to give you the time and support you need to capture and reflect on the learning you already have. Getting you the recognition you deserve as quickly as possible. Read more about recognising professional skills on the job. 

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How to recognise professional skills, learned on the job.

Posted by Mark Riches on 28 March 2018 15:34:17 BST

 

Introducing Professional Recognition Awards.

Qualifications provide confidence. Confidence for the individual, that they have a officially reached a level of understanding. Confidence for the organisation to take an individual on. But what happens when someone has learned those professional skills on the job but can’t progress without the qualification. Surely that would be crazy, right?

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What is a digital credential?

Posted by Chris Kirk on 22 March 2018 17:25:40 GMT

Alternative ways to recognise skills are growing fast!

Existing systems and traditions for recognising and communicating objective achievement - like paper certification - have failed to keep pace with the online revolution which has changed how we interact and engage with each other.

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Raising the standard: Open Badges 2.0

Posted by Israel Hobson on 12 March 2018 11:11:45 GMT

Image: Andrew Flowers

There are few things as eagerly awaited in life as a sequel. From The Dark Knight to Harry Potter, Toy Story and The Empire Strikes Back, regardless of your franchise of choice we are all captivated and excited by three words: To Be Continued…

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Tags: Insider

How Do We Bring Recruitment Into The Digital Age?

Posted by Chris Kirk on 14 February 2018 09:04:00 GMT

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When I finished studying and started to hunt for the perfect career (any job to be honest), my initial step was to create my CV. It certainly showed the basics such as my qualifications and work experience, but little more than that. It’s difficult on two sides of A4 paper to show the fully rounded individual you are and all the useful skills you’ve learned along your journey through education and early jobs.


Over the last decade, we’ve all probably given our LinkedIn page a polish before applying for a new position, but essentially we still see a CV as our best hope in landing the dream job. And recruiters and employers are in an equally tricky position pouring over hundreds of them trying to get the measure of a person from a few pages. Countless excellent candidates have undoubtedly been missed because the CV didn’t show the richer picture of their achievements and skills.

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