FHS microcredentials are designed to help you learn.
Our philosophy is people learn best by doing.
You may be asked to view and respond to a scenario online, find and interpret a resource on the internet, apply a skill in your daily job or explain a concept to a colleague or your manager. These tasks will vary for each microcredential, and will need to be completed to successfully will earn your digital badge
Suitable for a Broad Range of Healthcare Sectors, such as
- Non-clinical and clinical roles
- General practice
- Aged care
- Allied health
- Community services
- Youth work.
What are Microcredentials
- Non-accredited training
- Short ‘bite-size’ training (FHS are between 30 minutes and 6 hours in duration)
- Flexible delivery (usually delivered online, from any device).
What is a Digital Badge
- A digital image which embeds training information including duration, who issued and endorsed it, and expiry date.
- Equivalent to a modern-day certificate of completion
- Is personalised to the learner who can collect, keep, display and share badges using a ‘Backpack’. We recommend using Badgr Backpack – Download “How To” instructions here.
You own your digital badges and, at your discretion, may choose to:
- Display them on social media sites such as LinkedIn
- Add them to your resume
- Share them with your current or future employer.
Check out Lisa and Luke to explain more:
Microcredentials for Individuals
Build your abilities, earn your badges and grow your employability skills.
Microcredentials for Business
Enhance your team’s skill, collaboration and effectiveness to meet patient centred care.