Make learners’ skills visible and show proof of what they can do through quantitative and qualitative data, artefacts of learning, links to skill definitions and labour market data
Skills recognition and transparency
Credentialate makes learners’ skills visible as they traverse the learn-to-earn journey. We do this by automatically extracting personalised assessment evidence from learning management systems (LMS) and other assessment platforms. The evidence can take the form of quantitative, qualitative data and file artefacts.
With skills recognition and transparency, all stakeholders benefit: learners can identify and prove what they know, even before completing their studies, educators can identify skills developed by areas of the curriculum, and employers can see what a learner brings to a role and how it aligns with their needs.
According to our research, only 33% of university graduates feel confident identifying and speaking to their skills. But after receiving a Personal Evidence Record, our efficacy research found that 76% of learners felt confident expressing their skills.
For learners, higher confidence has been correlated to greater success during the interview process and key skills gained in education correlated to higher incomes and greater success in employment.
Visibility and validation
From an ecosystem perspective Credentialate provides visibility and validation of skills by addressing the questions of “How is this learning assessed?” and “What do you have that can prove it?”
These are important markers for all stakeholders that are enabled via the skills data that Credentialate collects, collates and recognises through its personal evidence record.
Build learner confidence
The end result of the level of detailed evidence that Credentialate provides for learners, is that they gain confidence in themselves, their knowledge, skills, abilities and behaviours.
They can make better decisions about their life, their career and take advantage of opportunities they’re presented with, with greater confidence in their ability to deliver.