What is a micro-credential?
A micro-credential represents the completion of competencies driven by industry or market need that are completed in a short time frame. These programs can help learners quickly gain new skills, upskill or retrain for a new career. There are three types of micro-credentials at Georgian.
A module represents the successful completion of competencies/module driven by industry or labour market need.
A micro-certificate represents the successful completion of a series of modules based on industry need.
A micro-credential certificate represents a series of micro-certificates based on industry need.
Why micro-credentials at Georgian?
- Micro-credentials are a flexible, accelerated upskilling opportunity that take less time to complete than diplomas or degrees
- Get an edge on the competition to move up in your current field or tap into a new career or industry
- Georgian’s micro-credential offerings are developed with input from local industry and employers
- Develop specialized, in-demand, 21st century skills that meet industry-specific needs
- Earn digital badges and display them on LinkedIn, social media or your resumé to signal your demonstrated competencies
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