Credentialate delivers unique features, including rich personal evidence records in digital credentials, a skills and competency library, framework storage and alignment, evidence matrix builder and reports on skills and competencies in your curriculum. These features combine to give you flexibility in how you want to identify and recognise skills.

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Issue rich, personal evidence in digital badges

Credentialate includes learner-level qualitative and quantitative detail within a digital credential. Learners can speak about and prove their skills and alignment to frameworks provide meaning to employers – win-win

Credentialate Skills Competency Library Onscreen

Skills and competency library

Save your skills and competencies in a central library, for reuse across the organisation. Save time and human resources and maintain consistency when awarding evidence of workplace skills 

Credentialate Framework Alignment Onscreen

Framework storage and alignment

Build your skills warehouse, where all of an institution’s skills are defined. Organise and store framework information the institution implicitly complies to, that isn’t referenced anywhere. Show alignment in evidence

Credentialate Evidence Matrix Builder Onscreen

Build your own digital credentials

Reverse engineer personal evidence records in digital credentials by starting with in-demand skills, then assigning assessments and gradebook items to skills and creating awarding rules for badges to be issued against 

Credentialate Badge Agents Onscreen

Use multiple badge agents

Credentialate provides organisations with flexible options when it comes to issuing badges, allowing for multiple badge agents to be used at the same time. This supports the transition to, or trial of, new badge agents (such as our latest integration with Learning Vault).

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Reports that help you discover the areas of the curriculum that support skills and competencies

Detailed skills and compentency reports show you which areas of the curriculum serve skills – and which do not. This enables skills visibility for continuous curriculum improvement to align more closely to industry needs  


See how others are using skills to set themselves apart

We work with organisations around the world, wherever learning occurs – from non-formal education, K-12 to vocational, universities, graduate schools and community to leading business organisations. Read use cases that highlight the variety of settings in which we work

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