Despite the circumstances around Covid-19, employers are continually finding creative ways to engage with young people and provide development opportunities. Digital badging can help both employer and young person get the most out of the experience. By: Aidan Daly
Cities of Learning blog
We face an unprecedented surge in unemployment, but the scale of the crisis presents an opportunity for positive change in the landscape of lifelong learning. By: Tom Kenyon
Many young people have used creative activity as a lifeline during lockdown. #TalentUnlocked digital badge rewards that initiative and recognizes those skills.
Covid-19 is changing education. Digital badges are providing new learning pathways and credentials for students at home. By: Olivia Finn
Digital badges are making a difference right now. Hear how they have helped boost the self-confidence of a learner in Plymouth. By: Ben Cole
Help your CV stand out from the crowd by adding digital badges that show off your skills. This step-by-step guide shows you how. By: Ben Cole
Learning is at your fingertips in the new Cities of Learning platform, live in Brighton and Plymouth.
Badges are a way for you to share skills online. Here’s a step-by-step guide of how to get yours. By: Ben Cole
Digital badges can help you showcase your talents online and prove the skills you have earned. By: Jillian Linton
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