NEW Skills and Competency Library

Skills and competencies represent the specific learned abilities and the associated knowledge and behaviours that education providers can recognise via a credential.

The new Skills and Competency Library in Credentialate provides the functionality to create, store, accumulate, use and reuse competency data for inclusion in digital credentials across an institution. Competencies can be selected from the library to use as digital badge templates, streamlining the setup process.

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Credentialate Skills and Competency Library - Skills-First Evidence Alignment

Here’s an example of what this looks like in Credentialate:

  1. Create a Competency - the skills and competencies the institution wants to recognise
  2. Build an Evidence Matrix - connect to assessment and evidence (see Evidence Matrix section below)
  3. Create Badge and Awarding rules - assign badges and set associated issuing rules
  4. Save as a Template - which can then be quickly and seamlessly used in digital credentials the institution awards
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More about Skills-First Evidence Alignment

Request a Proof of Concept

A good first step for most of the institutions we work with, is to order a free Proof of Concept, which will provide you with a report that can be used as a business case for implementing Skills-First Evidence Alignment.

Credentialate Skills-First Evidence Alignment

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Why evidence of skills and framework alignment is so important

  • Mastery approach - by aligning the curriculum to skills and competencies, learners can fill the gaps in their learning and build towards mastery of a particular skill or competency
  • Get actionable insights - the institution can identify gaps and be agile in adapting to meet market needs
  • Career-aligned evidence record - with personalised evidence, learners can speak confidently to their skills and competencies and easily share proof of same
  • Surfaces durable (transferable) and domain specific skills - institutions can identify both from within their curriculum
  • Speed to market - get a micro-credential program up and running quicker, using existing course content and learner data already captured by the institution
  • Strengthen recruitment strategy - as industry needs are the first consideration, graduates are job-ready as soon as they graduate, creating more competitive course offerings
  • Platform flexibility - at every stage, Credentialate gives you the option to configure to your unique requirements to get the outcomes you want