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Go beyond the badge

How digital credentialing adds value to your L&D strategy [RECORDING]

Digital credentials add real value to almost any L&D strategy and they are already redefining the way skills are recognised and rewarded. You may have dabbled with open badges when gamifying a course, but digital credentialing goes beyond that and has many benefits. It enables L&D teams to identify career progression opportunities for employees across business units, boost brand recognition, and create a digital currency - just to name a few.

If you want to find out how your business can utilise digital credentialing, watch this recording with Digitalme's Managing Director, Chris Kirk, and Kineo's Account Director, Nina Brebner.

Digitalme is Kineo's sister company and are specialists in digital credentialing. This year they entered into an exclusive partnership with Credly US to bring their powerful, market-leading solution to Europe. 

Sign up for this recording to:

  • understand how digital credentialing goes beyond open badges
  • discover what challenges digital credentialing helps you solve and how 
  • get inspired on how business can use digital credentialing to grow careers and their business

Speakers

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Nina Brebner
Account Director at Kineo

With over 10 years’ experience in the education and L&D sectors, Nina is responsible for working with a range of global clients to understand their needs, and interpret these needs into viable solutions. Nina is passionate about her customer relationships and ensuring they receive not only a solution that is fit for purpose but also a high quality service.

 


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Chris Kirk
Managing Director at Digitalme

 With over 10 years' experience in the City & Guilds Group, Chris is passionate about helping develop potential and making skills visible. Under Chris' leadership, Digitalme has become one of the world's leading solutions for end-to-end digital credentialing.