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🖼️ Reframing Recognition: strategies for success in going beyond microcredentials

We Are Open Co-op is proud to present our free email-based course to help you and your organisation go beyond microcredentialing and embrace Open Recognition!

Reframing the Landscape

This short course comprises of three emails which cover the following:

  1. Introduction to Open Recognition 
    • What do we mean by ‘recognition’?
    • Let’s define terms
    • Further reading
  2. Open Recognition in practice
    • The role of Open Badges in Open Recognition
    • Open Recognition implementation strategies
    • Further reading
  3. Practical Steps to Implement Open Recognition
    • Assessing Your Needs
    • Choose the Right Tools
    • Design Meaningful Badges and Recognition Pathways

Who’s this for?

  • Educators and trainers: Teachers, professors, and training professionals in K-12, higher education, and vocational training institutions can benefit from understanding and implementing Open Recognition to validate and showcase their students’ skills and accomplishments.
  • Community leaders and organisers: Individuals who lead or manage clubs, associations, or community organisations can use Open Recognition to acknowledge their members’ contributions, achievements, and growth.
  • HR and L&D professionals: Human Resources managers and Learning & Development specialists can leverage Open Recognition to recognize employees’ skills and professional development, enhancing engagement and fostering a culture of continuous learning.
  • Non-profit organisations and NGOs: Staff and volunteers in non-profit organisations and NGOs can benefit from Open Recognition to showcase their efforts, skills, and impact in the communities they serve.
  • Professional associations: Professional organisations can use Open Recognition to certify members’ skills, knowledge, and expertise, setting industry standards and promoting professional development.