Micro-credentials certify achievement in a specific area of study or professional development in a form that is shareable with peers, employers and educational providers.
Established by the University or a third party, Micro-credentials may be recognised for the purpose of admission and/or for credit to non-award or award qualifications. For the purpose of credit, micro-credentials are recognised as prior formal learning.
Here are some updates on credentials that could be used in combination with informal/non-formal learning to gain credit or admission into a course or program
|Griffith Personal Statement||Assessments of Griffith Personal Statement submissions, can earn the applicant three credentials: Communication, Critical Thinking, Ethics||Recipients can combine these credentials with other informal/non-formal learning to obtain credit into a course or admission into a program|