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Learning and Employment Records (LERs) provide interoperable, portable credentials that document people's skills, educational experiences, and work histories. LERs document learning and experience wherever they occur, including in the workplace, through education and training, community activities, or military contexts. These resources provide context for how CTDL makes LERs meaningful and valuable.
|Credential Engine Learning & Employment Records Action Guide||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Services For Learning And Employment Records: Getting Started||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Services For Learning And Employment Records: Scaling Up||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|How To Align Digital Credentials With Meaningful CTDL Data||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Learning and Employment Records and CTDL: A Guide for States||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Open Data in the Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL) Diagram||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Webinar: Empowering Equitable Pathways With Learning And Employment Records||View ResourceDownload Resource|
|Learning and Employment Record (LER) Technical Guide||View ResourceDownload Resource|
Our team of experts is ready to help you embark your credential transparency journey. Whether you have questions about our technologies, services, or don’t know how to get started, we’re here to assist.