Today, learning happens everywhere.
Yet, we still struggle to capture valuable learning that takes place outside of formal settings. We need a new way to help people capture and communicate all of their talents and use them to transition into new opportunities.
PulseMEdic wants to provide you with the tools you need to move forward in your career. Your digital badge allows you to easily share the details of your skills in a way that is trusted and verifiable.Your PulseMedic badge empowers you to:
- Easily share your certification online with your professional network.
- Find out which employers are looking for individuals with your skills.
- Discover what kind of salary you could expect to earn in a job that requires your skills.
- Search for new job opportunities associated with your certification, and apply in just a few clicks.
What is a Digital Accreditation badge?
Badges are web-enabled representations of your PulseMedic certifications. Your digital badge is made of an image and metadata uniquely linked to you.
Badges give you a better idea of who the applicant is. They give you a stronger sense of quality and a stronger sense of context of what that person has done in the real world,
While digital badges won’t replace anything we currently require, as they become more prominent and more recognized, we would expect more students to include them in their applications to university. The applicant’s academic record will still be the most important consideration.
This ensures that only you can take credit for your achievement.You can share your digital badge to popular online destinations, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. It can also be embedded in a résumé, your personal website, or an email signature. Anyone who views your badge can select it to learn more about your skills and to verify its authenticity.
Learners use badges to build a richer picture of themselves evidence badges on the move via mobile Share your profile to stand out from the crowd. Professionals verify skills using endorsements Experts, educators and peers provide evidence-based endorsements of badges. Remember learning is lifelong
Also published on Medium.