Credentials for better business

Formally recognise the skills and knowledge of your workforce with our independent, university-backed Professional Practice credentials.

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Professional Practice credentials

Professional Practice credentials from DeakinCo. are a new way to formally recognise the skills and knowledge your people have developed through learning, work and experience.

From employability skills, such as problem-solving and self-management, to leadership and technical knowledge like digital marketing, design thinking and leading and developing people, each micro-credential provides independent proof of professional capabilities.

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The university ranked in the top 2% worldwide.

No coursework

Credentials are formal recognition of existing skills and capabilities.

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Credentials can be earned anytime and anywhere.

Recognise and reward your people’s skills. Explore DeakinCo.’s Professional Practice credentials today.

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DeakinCo. is at the forefront of EdTech innovation - technology capabilities enable our performance ecosystem and we believe in the performance edge. Check out the latest thinking from DeakinCo. labs.

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we provide you with insights into how new thinking and approaches can advance your business and people strategy


we work with you to co-develop a solution to solve your performance challenges and ensure impact for your organisation


we implement and deliver realistic solutions that fit into your organisation’s tempo and minimises disruption to daily operations and activities

Learning culture

we empower your people by building a learning culture
of continuous learning and support employee engagement through recognition

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Personalised learning and the digital revolution

  • 18 June 2018

As automation, digitalisation and robotics continue to change the face of workforces across every industry, it is evident the world as we know it is now operating in a state of rapid and perpetual change.

A 2017 white paper by the World Economic Forum states, "Our world lies at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a period of rapidly developing technology that will continue to transform our work and lives". It highlights five disruptive technologies that underpin this seismic shift towards digital operation: the internet of things, artificial intelligence, advanced robotics, enterprise wearables, and 3D printing.

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