Validate your skills and 'show what you know' with EduBits, Otago Polytechnic's micro-credentials.
Have you built up skills that haven't been formally recognised? Do you need proof of specific expertise to advance your career? Want to add another qualification to your CV but struggle to find the time amongst a busy work and family life? As an employer do you wonder how much your staff training translates into skills staff use on the job? EduBits (also known as digital micro-credentials) solves these problems by allowing you to submit examples of their skills, and for these to be assessed and recognised. Each assessment is small enough to be manageable for busy people, but big enough to be meaningful to employers. Choose from the EduBit assessments we have available now or contact us to suggest another skill you think deserves recognition. Otago Polytechnic is a Category One tertiary education provider and holds the highest possible quality assured status rating from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) in both Educational Performance and Capability in Self-Assessment.
EduBits Operations Support will be taking a break over the Christmas and New Year holidays. Our office will be closed from 4:00pm on Friday, 21 December 2018 and will reopen on Monday, 7 January 2019. We will still have staff rostered on to maintain essential services. To report a fault, please contact us on 0800 765 948. Any applications or requests submitted when the office is closed will be received and actioned on the next working day. We wish you a safe and happy holiday period.
Explore some of our great EduBits below. There’s a wide range of assessment options including business and digital skills as well as agriculturally based EduBits. Add these EduBits to your Account to see the full assessment details, then start uploading your evidence. When you’re ready, submit your evidence and pay for assessment.
Assess Candidate Performance using Micro-credentials
Show us you know how to make valid judgements and provide feedback on candidate performance against approved assessment criteria, complete assessment administration, and review own assessment practice.