TAFE Directors Australia (TDA) is excited to announce a partnership with Learning Vault, one of Australia’ leading providers of digital education and credentialing technologies and resources.
TDA is the peak national body that represents Australia’s national network of publicly owned TAFE institutes and university TAFE divisions.
“We are very excited to partner with Learning Vault whose goal is to support a skills-based economy of the future,” TDA CEO Jenny Dodd said.
The partnership will see Learning Vault play a crucial role in supporting TDA by making knowledge accessible, portable, and applicable across a lifelong learner’s journey. By partnering with Learning Vault, TDA is taking a proactive approach to ensure that its members have access to the latest digital education and credentialing technologies, and resources.
Learning Vault’s Co-founder and CEO Nicholas Robert Alderdice explains, “The rapid evolution of the workforce towards a highly mobile skills-based economy is a surging global mega trend. We believe that industry bodies and educational institutions that put skills-based workforce planning in place early will be in a position to win.”
Learning Vault was created in anticipation of this evolution and has built a powerful ecosystem connecting education to employment, by developing its product pillars, Education Vault, Credential Vault and soon to be launched Talent Vault.
For almost a decade Learning Vault has been creating award winning accredited courses and micro-credential content. Now they are leading the global standard in W3C, Open Badges 3.0, AQF, iFATE and OfQual credentialing compliance, and are the only complete end-to-end credentialing solution in Australia and the UK.
Learning Vault’s digital credentials enable the creation, deployment, and verification of a learner’s journey across their lifetime and power Learning Vault’s latest product in the making, Talent Vault – a digital recruitment environment that uses AI technology to match candidate profiles with education and employment opportunities.
TDA is excited to make Learning Vault’s content and credentialling solution available to its members as we rapidly move towards a dynamic skills-based economy.
TAFE Directors Australia is the peak national body representing 28 TAFE institutes, including six dual sector universities with TAFE divisions and nine TAFEs that are also non-university higher education providers.
Learning Vault has created an interoperable skills ecosystem connecting education to employment, by developing its product pillars, Education Vault, Credential Vault and soon Talent Vault, making knowledge accessible, portable and applicable across a lifelong learner’s journey.