GICT Training, a pioneer in offering open source technology-based and vendor- neutral certification programs in the areas of AI/Machine Learning, Big Data/Data Science, Cloud Computing, and Internet of Things (IoT) announced in a press release the details of a new digital badging program for its certification holders. Individuals who successfully complete the course requirements will earn a GICT Training digital credential through Credly.
“By providing a secure, digital representation, GICT certified ICT professionals can more easily manage, share and make use of their credentials within their networks, across digital platforms, and on their resumes,” said Dr Anton Ravindran, CEO & Founder of GICT Training & Certification. “For employers, our new digital badges make it easy to identify individuals with the skills they need in the much sought-after areas of Cloud Computing, Data Science, AI/ML and IOT and to verify whether those skills are relevant and up-to-date.”
“The skills required to navigate the modern workforce are constantly evolving in response to shifts in both technology and employer needs,” said Jonathan Finkelstein, CEO of Credly. “Information and communication technology skills are among the most in-demand across a variety of industries and with its new portfolio of ICT-focused digital credentials, GICT Training is providing credential earners with a host of potential career connections.”
Everitas, Australia’s leading digital credentialing consultancy and Credly representative in the Asia Pacific region, provided local support to GICT Training in the development and launch of their digital badging program.
For more information about GICT Training’s digital credential program, visit https://www.youracclaim.com/organizations/gictsg/badges
This article was originally posted on Credly