Digitial credentials for business

Digital credentials for business

We help you recognise, measure and verify your employees' transferable skills and capabilities with short, focused, online learning.

Digital credentials for business

What are digital credentials?

Digital credentials are a personalised, creative and bite-sized way to evaluate employees’ capabilities. With a focus on transferable, enterprise soft skills like communication, innovation, teamwork, digital literacy and problem solving, they allow your business to remain competitive in a landscape that is constantly transforming.

Successful organisations continue to recognise that enterprise skills contribute to workplace success. Yet they often struggle to measure these capabilities in their workforce. Digital credentials allow you to identify and verify the workplace skills you need, while providing professional learning value to your employees.

It’s a cutting-edge approach to training and learning at work.

Build workplace skills that matter

Build workplace skills that matter

Two-thirds of Australian jobs will be soft-skill intensive by 2030. Employees with enterprise skills are vital for innovative, effective workplaces.

The difference with RMIT

We provide a range of digital credentials to help your business build workplace skills that matter. Our innovative learning approach retains employee’s interest while boosting their competency. We work with you to design an online digital credentialing package that is relevant to your employees and responsive to your future organisational needs. There are also opportunities for business to co-create credentials for a variety of markets, including RMIT students and staff.

Produced by RMIT, backed by our reputation for excellence in workforce-related education.

What we offer

Tomorrow's skills ready for today

Who we work with

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EY provides specialist knowledge and content for the creation of digital credentials around global collaboration and teamwork.

“It demonstrates a wonderful collaboration between EY and RMIT to share expertise and design essential micro-credentials for our future talent, enabling undergraduates to acquire skills to help elevate their confidence and performance when working in a consulting industry.”

- Catherine Friday, EY Australia’s Managing Partner, Government and Health Sciences

Want to talk to us about digital credentials?

Contact the Industry Engagement Team to learn more about our services and partnership opportunities.

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