iTWireTV interviews D2L ANZ Regional Manager Tony Maguire on micro-credentials


For many of us, the way we work is different from the way people approached their career development a few years ago, and micro-degrees offer great new ways to improve, resell or transform careers.

While our approach to career development has evolved over time, the initial COVID lockdowns and then the massive shift to working from home provided the perfect environment for people to transform their skills and careers.

And with that, micro-credentials have grown in prominence as people recognize their value.

iTWireTV spoke with Tony Maguire, ANZ Regional Director for global learning company D2L, about what micro-certificates are, the benefits they offer, the pathways they offer and many other aspects fascinating.

Tony explains how micro-certificates offer vast and scalable co-creation education and development opportunities for all Australians, providing verifiable assurance of a person’s ability to perform a task.

Watch our discussion here and be sure to visit D2L to learn more about how employees and employers can benefit from microaccreditation.

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