Chaos Rules The Day . Transparency Is Missing. Standards Lack a common language addressing the content of a credential for use by credential holders credentialing systems
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Standards Lack a common language addressing the content of a credential for use by credential holders credentialing systems
Programs of Study lack clarity regarding sources of the content and market trusted ways to assess competency acquisition of individuals. Building blocks do not exist to create stackable pathway towards broader credentials.
Credential Registries/Directories are needed. Employers, jobseekers and learners need directories/registries. These should include ranking/rating of credential quality, either by industry, government and/or third-party services.
Government funders and regulators have problems evaluating and rating credentials in terms of their market value and their role in promoting a world class workforce.
Quality Assurance Mechanisms need to ensure they accurately reflect the skills and knowledge they represent and capable of translation between competencies and academic credit for degrees, including recognition of prior learning.
Data Infrastructure Data standards are needed so credentialing data can be easily exchanged and analyzed and made available to consumers. The framework needs to be standards-based, using endorsements/rating systems, accreditation.