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Getting Started on the Credential Registry

These instructions will help you navigate through the two-part process of account creation and adding an organization so you can publish data to the Credential Registry. Once you have confirmed your account and submitted your organization, you will need approval from the Credential Engine team before being able to publish. Once approved, you will receive

A Guide to Key Initiatives for the Connected Learn and Work Ecosystem

Note, this version has been superseded. To read the most updated document, click here. The ever-shifting work and learn landscape has made selecting an education and training program a more high-stakes choice for students and workers than ever before. With hundreds of thousands of credentials available in the U.S. alone, and little easily-accessible data available

Benchmark Data Model – Organization Information

We know that students, employers, job seekers, and others need comprehensive information to better understand and make decisions about credentials. To accompany Credential Engine’s minimum data policy, we created benchmark models with input from our Advisory Groups, registry participants, and other stakeholders that demonstrate the essential data that users need. These benchmark models are recommendations

Benchmark Data Model-Degrees and Certificates

We know that students, employers, job seekers, and others need comprehensive information to better understand and make decisions about credentials. To accompany Credential Engine’s minimum data policy, we created benchmark models with input from our Advisory Groups, registry participants, and other stakeholders that demonstrate the essential data that users need. These benchmark models are recommendations

Benchmark Data Model- Badges and Apprenticeships

We know that students, employers, job seekers, and others need comprehensive information to better understand and make decisions about credentials. To accompany Credential Engine’s minimum data policy, we created benchmark models with input from our Advisory Groups, registry participants, and other stakeholders that demonstrate the essential data that users need. These benchmark models are recommendations

Benchmark Data Model- Certification and Licenses

We know that students, employers, job seekers, and others need comprehensive information to better understand and make decisions about credentials. To accompany Credential Engine’s minimum data policy, we created benchmark models with input from our Advisory Groups, registry participants, and other stakeholders that demonstrate the essential data that users need. These benchmark models are recommendations

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