7 Course certificate features to look for in an LMS

The e-learning space is a free-for-all, with many courses sprouting each month on various platforms.

This situation is obvious when it comes to certificates and what they mean for online courses. As more and more people jump on the e-learning bandwagon, accreditation fell by the wayside, giving way to problem-solving and skill-focused solutions.

People want to learn new things and are less interested in formal certification. Adults who are looking for lifelong learning opportunities want practical solutions to their problems. They know that certificates don’t do much for them if the course doesn’t have real-life applications.

At the same time, as a knowledge entrepreneur, you probably know by now that certificates can be an important part of your online course, even if they don’t have official accreditation. They come with many benefits, including:

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