Are you using your Digital Badge to showcase your achievements?

The Institute of Certified Management Accountants, Australia & NZ, the leading management accounting body for senior finance professionals, in  partnership with Credly, the digital credentialing organisation (Pearson), has provided you with a digital version of your CMA(ANZ) professional credential that you can use to showcase what you’ve accomplished. Individuals who have gained CMA(ANZ) membership will earn sharable digital badges, uniquely positioned to make the member’s accomplishments portable and more visible within professional networks.

“The Institute is committed to providing accessible, affordable, and customizable certification for the business and finance professionals,” said Prof Brendan O’Connell, President, CMA(ANZ). “Our partnership with Credly was an important step in our digital strategy to award badges that not only showcase member achievements but connect them globally to one another. CMA continues to partner with new organizations, institutions, and universities, broadening the reach and diversity of management accounting education.

Prof Brendan O’Connell

CMA(ANZ) members can showcase their educational successes by embedding digital badges into their email signatures, on social media, and on their own Credly profile page free of charge. Every member will carry a unique, verified record through Credly’s platform, which will showcase their own professional journey as they customise their continuing professional development tailored to their careers.

As the trusted and secure currency for human capital, digital credentials connect professionals to opportunities based on their verified competencies, and have the power to improve equity, diversity, and access in the management accounting and business analysis profession.”

For more information visit CMA ANZ’s digital badge program page

About Prof Janek Ratnatunga 1129 Articles
Professor Janek Ratnatunga is CEO of the Institute of Certified Management Accountants. He has held appointments at the University of Melbourne, Monash University and the Australian National University in Australia; and the Universities of Washington, Richmond and Rhode Island in the USA. Prior to his academic career he worked with KPMG.
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