It’s now widely accepted that new-skill development is required to remain relevant in ever-changing work scenarios. Businesses are prioritizing the jobs and skills that will keep them competitive and help them navigate crises and changes more effectively. But how are learning and development professionals helping learners discover and hone their skills while mapping skills-based learning to job opportunities?
Wharton Online, the State of Missouri, and GitHub leaders discussed skills-based learning and career pathways and shared their experiences showcasing their digital credentials' value within specific career paths, guiding learners' career progression. Senior Product Manager Jake Ford gave a first look at Accredible Professional Pathways—a new feature that helps credential issuers drive demand for courses by showing certifications as meaningful steps on a pathway that leads learners to specific professional outcomes.