New Verifiable Digital Badge for Certified Virtual Event Planners

Verifying a professional credential is essential when hiring an employee, contracting with a consultant, or purchasing services from a vendor. Through a new partnership with digital credential service provider Credly, iCohere® has added digital badges to its Certified Virtual Events Producer™ (CVEP) program.

Credly has an extensive list of clients and partners including the American Council on Education (ACE), American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Brandman University, Canvas, DeakinDigital, Digication, Learning Machine, LinkedIn, Leaderboarded, Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), Lumina Foundation, MailChimp, Portfolium, Salesforce, United Nations, and the US Secretary of State.

The new CVEP digital badges provide an easy and highly visible way for CVEP graduates to both verify and share their professional development achievements online. Through Credly, the CVEP badge can be displayed in a variety of contexts such as searchable LinkedIn and Facebook profiles, employer talent management systems, email signatures, and business websites.

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