Flexible, targeted and stackable courses that help your learners and employees develop the knowledge, skills and competencies they need for their personal and professional growth.
In both the UK and the EU, microcredentials are generally recognized and valued as a means of enhancing lifelong learning and addressing skill gaps. Read more here.
We design and implement microcredentials with a growing network of partners.
Built in collaboration with leading technology partners, FourthRev’s career-focused microcredentials are built to university qualification standards and are compliant with the Council of the European Union’s guidelines on course characteristics and design principles.
Create career-relevant digital skills among adult or working learners.
Maintain an up-to-date curriculum in step with changes in technology and job roles.
Attract diversified talent from disadvantaged or under-represented groups.
Resource skills-based online programmes for adult learners in tech disciplines.
Respond in a timely way to the needs of the market.
Reduce the price of quality education to reach new customers and diversify income.
In June 2022, the Council of the European Union adopted a Recommendation to initiate a European approach to microcredentials as a viable and valid methodology for certifying lifelong learning and employability strategies in the EU.
This Recommendation aims to support the development, implementation, and recognition of microcredentials across institutions, businesses and sectors throughout all member states.
In both the UK and the EU, microcredentials are generally recognised and valued as a means of enhancing lifelong learning and addressing skill gaps. The UK has been actively promoting the use of microcredentials through initiatives such as the National Skills Fund and the Lifetime Skills Guarantee. The European Union has also emphasised the importance of microcredentials in its agenda for upskilling and reskilling the workforce.
Efforts are being made to establish quality assurance frameworks, such as the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), to ensure consistency and comparability of microcredentials across countries. The recognition of microcredentials as valuable qualifications is seen as a way to improve employability and foster continuous professional development in both the UK and the EU.
Find out more about the full selection of microcredentials by requesting more information.
Data Analytics for Business
Digital Marketing Fundamentals
Programming with Python
Product Management for Business
Align your education brand with top tech companies to diversify your revenue streams, build tech-ready curriculums and broaden your impact – faster.
Designed to meet university qualification standards.
Content reviews ensure curriculums remain relevant.
Skills-based curriculum backed by leading tech companies.
White-label, with customisable branding and content.
Enterprise technology licences included where relevant.
Self-paced or tutor support available.
Learn more about FourthRev’s microcredentials, short courses and certificate programmes.