Griffith University Launches New Employability Initiative Through Credly

The Griffith Credentials program has been established largely in response to the changing needs of employers, who have increasingly expressed that, alongside tertiary qualifications, less-quantifiable skills such as interpersonal communication, critical judgment and the ability to work as part of a team are an important factor in employment success once graduates transition to the workplace.
 
“Today’s labour market is dynamic with new jobs being created in emerging fields, but traditional qualifications and job titles mask the suite of skills, experience and expertise that employees can bring to these new roles,” Academic Registrar Ms Kathy Grgic said. “Digital credentials have emerged as the solution to this workforce problem, allowing employers to ensure that potential candidates possess the relevant skills and capabilities required for a given role.”
 
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Topics: Higher Education

By  Credly