RMIT Creds

RMIT Creds are short courses that range from 30-minutes snippets to more intensive online programs running over several weeks. Once successfully completed, students can claim a digital badge and share it on social media or prospective employers. Build skills to improve employability, career outcomes, and life skills. Choose from popular subjects and trial Demo Creds before you commit to using them in your course.

Key Takeaways

Short and flexible learning design

Free for current RMIT students

Industry Work-ready skills

What are RMIT Micro Credentials/ RMIT Creds?

RMIT Creds is a suite of industry-relevant digital certification to help students develop skills and capabilities (From RMIT website).
Creds are short courses that range from 30-minutes snippets to more intensive online programs running over several weeks. Once successfully completed, students can claim a digital badge and share it on social media or prospective employers.

Build skills to improve employability, career outcomes, and life skills. Choose from popular subjects and trial Demo Creds before you commit to using them in your course.

Why do you need to know this?

For students, Creds help build a portfolio of demonstrable transferable professional skills and personal attributes valued by industry that are typically not referenced in degree transcripts.
Embedded Creds specifically reassures students the Cred provided is relevant to their course of study and future career.

How to embed a Cred

There are several ways to build Creds into your course. (Planning to embed your Cred)
They can be included as a totally optional formative assessment item, a component of an existing assessment or as a stand-alone task. This requires the task to be included in Part A documentation.

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Need some guidance for Creds?

Please speak with your DSC Cred Specialist and contact on: dsc.lt@rmit.edu.au.

Examples and/or Downloadable Resources

The following graphic is a downloadable pdf with interactive links to each of the Cred planning steps on the RMIT Website.

Where to next?

To get started, you can review the information found on the RMIT website

“Teaching with credentials”

This is the place to find guidance on the planning, cred selection, timing, applications, costs and where to find available creds including the Cred Demo site. There’s also a wide range of support for teachers and students, you can access through on the RMIT website Creds support and the L&D cred specialist.

List of Current Resources

What are RMIT Creds

Learning about RMIT Creds

https://www.rmit.edu.au/staff/teaching/digital-platforms-and-online-tools/rmit-creds

 

Teaching with credentials – Concepts

This page has a wide range of information that can help you decide how to use the creds.

https://www.rmit.edu.au/staff/teaching/digital-platforms-and-online-tools/rmit-creds/teaching-with-credentials

 

RMIT Demo Creds

This page has all the currently available Creds that can be accessed to test the content and suitability of the red for your intended use.

https://rmit-catalog.rmit.edu.au/browse/catalog/21cc/demo-creds

 

Find a short course

https://www.rmit.edu.au/study-with-us/levels-of-study/short-courses

 

Creds Embed Register

This register allows you to search the library by suitability or topic area.

https://bit.ly/3CGZrVA

 

Creds help

https://www.rmit.edu.au/creds/creds-help

 

Welcome to the Credly Help Centre

This page is full of resources to understand how to claim badges, managing accounts, sharing badges.

https://support.credly.com/hc/en-us

 

RMIT Creds Yammer group

https://web.yammer.com/main/org/rmit.edu.au/groups/eyJfdHlwZSI6Ikdyb3VwIiwiaWQiOiIzOTM3NDYwMjI0In0/all