Your Workshop Badge

Your Workshop Badge

You will be awarded a digital badge to help you verify and celebrate your participation in this workshop.


What is a digital badge? 

Digital badges are electronic versions of paper certificates. They are becoming a popular way to showcase skills and achievements online. 

You can attach your badge to your social media profiles (like LinkedIn), email signature, resume, website, and more. Potential employers, colleagues, friends, and whānau can see an overview of what you have learned simply by clicking on the badge.

Celebrate your learning milestone… 

……on LinkedIn, social media, email, your resume, and more. 

Attract future employers… 

…or impress your current one by showcasing your verified skills and achievements online. 

Easier to share than paper certificates… 

…and include lots more information about what you’ve actually learned.  

How to claim your badge

On completion of the workshop, you will receive an email with your digital badge. Click ‘Accept your Badge’ and follow the on-screen instructions. Don’t forget to share it via social media and LinkedIn! 


“I shared my digital badges on LinkedIn and got lots of responses from people I don’t even know. I got 1112 reactions when I posted my badge.” 

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