Isograd, the developer of Tosa certifications - an industry-recognized digital skills certification brand with international accreditation – has launched a new digital badging program for its Tosa certification holders. Individuals who take a Tosa certification exam will now earn a corresponding Tosa digital badge.
The program, which launched in Fall 2022, has already issued hundreds of digital badges to Tosa certification holders.
“By providing a secure, digital validation of Tosa's industry-recognized certifications, our Tosa-certified students and professionals can more easily manage, share and promote their credentials within their networks, across social media platforms, and on their resumes,” said Mathieu Lillo, CEO of Isograd. “For employers, our new digital badges make it easy to identify individuals with the skills they need to fill a specific role and to verify that those skills are relevant and up-to-date.”
Isograd is working with Credly, the digital credentialing leader, to provide digital badges. Credly collaborates with top global training providers, credential issuers, associations and academic institutions that are similarly focused on the power of verified skills and achievements. Credly transforms knowledge, skills and achievements into digital badges that empower individuals to connect with learning and career opportunities.
For more information about this new offer, please visit Tosa’s blog post.
Isograd is the developer of Tosa certifications, an industry-recognized digital skills certification brand with international accreditation, which enables candidates to measure and attest to their digital skills by eliminating the pass or fail outcome of a traditional test or certification. Tosa’s proficiency-based certification exams deliver a score out of 1,000 points that learners can put on their resume or share with their professional network.
Tosa is used by 8,000+ schools, training organizations, and companies in 58 countries around the world. For more than 12 years, Tosa's certifications have been offered to students, trainees, and employees as a professionally recognized method to validate their digital skills for desktop and graphic design applications, digital literacy, cyber security, and coding languages. Visit www.tosa.org to learn more.
Credly is helping the world speak a common language about people’s knowledge, skills, and abilities. Thousands of employers, training organizations, associations, certification programs, and workforce development initiatives use Credly to help individuals translate their learning experiences into professional opportunities using trusted, portable, digital credentials. Credly empowers organizations to attract, engage, develop, and retain talent with enterprise-class tools that generate data-driven insights to address skills gaps and highlight opportunities through an unmatched global network of credential issuers. Visit www.credly.com to learn more.