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Recognising Rewards

How can digital accreditation help deliver robust and relevant credentialing?

 

Our clients know that even with the most amazing Technology, it means nothing without people. Always the greatest asset of any Group or Organisation!

Identifying achievements from formal training right down to things that are difficult to define, can be easily presented with technology.  Our clients are feeling the positive impacts from reducing costs to recognising vital workforce skills that help keep businesses running smoothly. 

Publicly recognising achievements is helping embed engagement into the organisational culture of our clients. 

How can eCom help?

Whether you have formal qualifications you wish to deliver or you are looking to recognise skills within your organisation, we have cost effective solutions that can be deployed quickly and easily. 

And if connectivity has been an issue then Technology is no barrier with our innovative solutions.

Quiz us on what is possible using assessment and our work with IMS Global.

 

Do you organise formative and summative assessments? Would you like to create and manage bespoke tests? Why not try eNetAssess, our secure assessment software. This customisable platform gives you a full assessment solution from creation, question authoring, centre management, scheduling, authentication, invigilation and verification through to reporting and analysis.

Are you running assessments in locations with limited internet connection? Wondering whether you can still take advantage of eAssessment? Then check out eNetSecure. It’s the missing link, combining a secure offline solution with existing secure online high-stakes assessment.

Need to recognise achievement in your education programme? Looking for a solution where achievements can be easily evaluated and verified? Digital badges could be your savior. eNetBadges™, our digital micro-credentialing tool, enables you to create, issue and manage your organisation’s own branded Open Badges, complete with information on standards, criteria and evidence.