Open Badges from The Open Group

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The Open Group is pleased to announce the piloting of our Open Badge program for the professional certification programs. We are partnering with Acclaim, a division of Pearson VUE, an exam delivery company, to provide digital versions of our credentials. As a consequence, this means over the coming months, we will be issuing badges for all of The Open Group Certification Programs.

The pilot is initially focused on the The Open Group Open Certified Architect program, as well as the knowledge based Open FAIR™ and IT4IT™ certifications. Upon successful completion of the pilot program, we will be extending the roll out to the entire Open Group Certification portfolio.

These web-enabled badges will allow everyone with an Open Group certification, to clearly, more simply, and consistently promote their Open Group credentials online.

What are Open Badges?

In an age where we are communicating more and more information…

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