Awards and Milestones

2018

City & Guilds and ILM launch their new Assured offer with all outcomes communicated by Digitalme.Credly powered credentials and profiles.

Digitalme.Credly are selected as finalists in the Higher or Further Education Digital Services category the at the Bett awards.

2017

Digitalme co-host the first European Open Badges Summit in partnership with IMS Global.

AI meets skills recognition as the blueprint for building Cities of Learning is launched with RSA.

The Worldchefs certification programme wins innovation of the year at the Federation of Awarding Bodies annual awards.

Allen & Overy issue credentials to 100% of the cohort selected to attend their award winning work experience programme.

Credly partner with us to bring their powerful credentialing platform under EEA data laws.

ILM begin issuing digital credential for qualification outcomes and Apprenticeships, including retrospectively issuing to their Alumni.

2016

Sussex Downs build a skills passport, and work with us to recognise over 750 employability skills with digital credentials.

We work with the World Association of Chefs and City & Guilds to launch the first global industry certification offering digital credentials.

We help Mozilla find guardians of the Open Badge standard in IMS.

Digitalme join the City & Guilds Group

Digitalme technology platform Makewaves wins ICT innovator of the year at Bett 2016.

2015

Open Badge Academy is launched, we issue our first 1,000 badges from Open Badge Academy at Mozilla Festival 2015.

2014

We launch the Open Badge Canvas , to enable people to build badges of value to earners and issuers - the canvas has now been downloaded over 6,000 times and translated into 3 languages.

2013

Badge the World is launched - a place where those working with Open Badges can learn about the work of others and find new collaborators to work with.

Digitalme platform Makewaves wins Public Information App of the year at Insider, Yorkshire Digital & Technology Awards, 2013

2012

Makewaves , wins ICT company of the year at Bett 2012

2011

Digitalme join the open badges movement and become the only UK winners of the Digital Media & Learning Competition.

Omid Mufeed and Katharine Courtney collecting a FAB award Omid Mufeed and Katharine Courtney (centre) collect the 2017 FAB award for Innovation of the Year. Accompanied by Dora Timar and Patrick Craven.

Many FAB Award Trophies

Sharon Ashley and Mark Riches collecting a BETT award Sharon Ashley and Mark Riches (centre) collect the award for Innovation at the BETT Awards 2016.

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