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6 Reasons you need micro-credentials for workforce development

If anything has become clear in the past year, it’s that online learning and virtual upskilling are here to stay. Organizations are reconsidering traditional methods of workforce development, and one model seems to stand out against the competition: micro-credentialing.

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