Our digital badge and certification platform is simple for schools to create and securely issue digital credentials. Each unique badge provides secure verification of the achievement being recognised.
Building digital credentials is easy using our intuitive platform. Simply enter the details and upload an image of your choice or work with our team to create a compelling award recognition programme.
Whether you are a small primary school, a large MAT or a training provider, issuing badges individually or in bulk is simple. Our powerful integration tools can also automate this process.
Pupils store credentials in their own secure digital backpack. These can be easily verified and then shared. Digital badges can sit alongside traditional qualifications and accreditations.
What are Open Badges?
Open Badges are portable and secure credentials encrypted with metadata representing skills, qualifications and achievements. Every recipient has access to an online portfolio of their own digital badges.
Create a paperless certification process whilst increasing student engagement.
Reward achievement and attainment in education at all levels.
Membership & Association
Use digital badges to verify membership and to promote a sense of belonging.
Recognise and reward non-academic skills as well as traditional attainment.
Open Badges are the world’s leading format for digital credentials. Open Badges are verifiable and shareable, and they contain information regarding what the recipient achieved to earn the badge.
Open Badges are portable and a flexible way to recognise learning and achievement. They work alongside traditional qualifications and professional accreditation.
The Certify platform sends recipients an email when a badge is issued to them. A recipient can then sign into their backpack, a type of digital wallet for badges, and claim their badge.
An Open Badge comprises an image file with metadata embedded inside. Images may be in PNG or SVG format.
When an Open Badge is viewed, a verification process can be initiated that communicates with the server that hosts the badge metadata. The server verifies that the badge is valid. Certify ensure all Open Badges are cryptographically secured.
The structured metadata contained in a badge provides information regarding the issuer, including a name, description, URL, and contact email address.