Six reasons why Associations support member career journeys with digital badges

Professional Associations are leveraging the power of digital badges to assert and retain their relevance and value as the ‘single source of professional truth’ in an increasingly open and networked world. Digital badges are providing Associations with greater control over professional development and membership status, while offering members a valuable new way to rapidly and […]

How Digital Credentials Will Help Your Association Attract & Retain Members

Participating in an association’s learning and development program when it’s powered by digital credentials can bring the shine back for associations to recruit and retain members. Watch this recently recorded webinar hosted by Credly & IACET, to learn: How leading associations are using digital credentials to attract members How leading associations are using digital credentials […]

HOW SHOULD YOUR ORGANISATION START A DIGITAL CREDENTIALING PROGRAM? PART 2

In this episode, we continue listening in on a conversation between Vito Borrello and Joe McClary, two association executives.  Vito is the executive director of the National Association for Family, School and Community, and Joe McClary is the chief executive officer for IACET. The topic shifts to why digital credentials are perfect for recognizing the […]

EVERYONE BENEFITS: PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

CPA, CAE, CPLP …. What do those initials mean?  Bob Collins from APICS knows and shares his wisdom about professional certifications in this podcast.  This conversation was inspired by Bob’s recent contribution to TD at Work, the November issue entitled “Develop Your Career with a Professional Certification.”  Professional certifications benefit employees, employers and those looking for the […]

ARE UNIVERSITIES RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING STUDENTS HIRED AFTER GRADUATION?

The rate at which college graduates are entering the workforce is unprecedented. According to a study conducted by the National Centre for Education Statistics, nearly 70% of high school graduates immediately enrolled in an undergraduate college program, (not including community colleges, as they’re typically open admissions). Also, nearly 34% of Americans currently hold a bachelor’s […]