The WorkED Podcast – The Digital Credentials Explosion
Digital credentials or ‘badging’ promises to transform education and training by turning the knowledge and skills we possess into a digital form that is more relevant to modern employers. But what does this mean for educators and are digital credentials about to explode?
On this episode of WorkED Marc Washbourne sits down with self-confessed digital credentials evangelist David Kinsella of Everitas (an affiliate of US-based Credly in Australia) for an exclusive insider’s view of the digital credential revolution about to shake up Australian education.
From what digital credentials are (and what they’re not) to how leading brands like IBM and RMIT are using them to run better businesses, Marc and David reveal the secrets of credentialing success and how savvy educators can begin to unlock their power today.
What are the ‘10 Commandments of Digital Credentialing’? What will a future with micro credentials look like in five to ten years? And what will the coming explosion mean for the way educators, students and employers will interact to create lifelong learning?
Find out the answers to these question and more on this episode of WorkED.
The WorkED Podcast – The Millennial Mind
What do millennials really think about education and work and are we failing to support their success? In this episode of WorkED, ReadyTech CEO Marc Washbourne sits down with Year 13 co-founder Saxon Phipps for a challenging conversation about millennials, meaning and the future of work.
Exploring the school-to-tertiary education transition, as well as the way our culture and systems could better frame career choices at this formative time, Saxon draws on deep insights from eight years working with young people to build new connections between work and individual purpose.
Want to understand the millennial worker and the generations that follow them? Listen now!
Listen in as leading thinkers in the fields of education, employment and technology come together to share their personal work stories and challenge current work and education models with ReadyTech’s very own CEO Marc Washbourne.