About the event
Badges are known as digital accreditation and recognise your participation in an activity (referred to as an achievement) or the development of new skills (referred to as competency).
We have over 30 badges, which are for achievement or competency, from ‘problem-solving’ to ‘core training’ there are lots of ways for you to get involved and be recognised.
How can you qualify for Badges?
You can qualify for Badges through engaging with Your Students’ Union. Engage with us by attending events, taking part in activities, or developing individual skills as part of your role within the students' union.
How can Badges help me?
Badges are a great and visual way to display your achievements and skills to future employers. Badges are automatically rewarded and can easily be downloaded then added to your LinkedIn profile. They can boost your employability and make you stand out from other applicants.
What will this workshop cover?
This workshop will outline:
- What Digital Badges are
- The differences are between all our Badges
- How to find out what Badges you can achieve
- How Badges can help make you more employable
- How to set up Badges on your LinkedIn
In recognition of the skills and knowledge you'll gain after completion, you will be rewarded with a “Optional Training” Badge. This can be displayed on your LinkedIn and showcased to future employers. To find out more, visit to our Badges page here.
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