Create a digital record of your achievements and skills
Open Badges are digital certificates recognising learning and achievement. If you can demonstrate that you’ve learned from materials produced by the Scottish Social Services Council you can earn an Open Badge.Get started
What are Open Badges?
Open Badges are digital records of achievements and skills that are tied to assessment and evidence. Unlike paper certificates, Open Badges are manageable online.Learn more
Make the most of your Open Badges
Remember to share your badges online as soon as you receive them. You can list badges you have been awarded on social networks, your blog and ePortfolio.Find out more
Spiritual Care MattersThis Open Badge is awarded to participants who have completed this online learning course. The course is an introduction to spiritual care, exploring how spiritual care is defined, what it means in practice and why it matters.
Getting started with Open BadgesThis Open Badge is awarded to people who take part in a session or webinar about how to use Open Badges to demonstrate their learning.
Loretto Care: 415 facilitatorThis Open Badge recognises people who facilitate sessions at The 415 Hub and Cluster Innovation Project which is a partnership between Loretto Care, Wheatley Group and Glasgow City Health & Social Care Partnership.
Confident Conversations about Technology – learning event participationThis open badge is awarded to delegates who attended and participated in the Confident Conversations about Technology national learning programme - contact day.
Confident Conversations about Technology – learning event sign upThis open badge is automatically awarded to delegates who sign up to the Confident Conversations about Technology national learning programme.
Childminders: Building The AmbitionThis Open Badge is for Childminders who can demonstrate their understanding of and how they will use Building The Ambition to improve their childminding practice.
Childminders: Safe and Secure (Child Protection)This Open Badge is awarded to childminders who demonstrate an understanding of the duties, roles and responsibilities they have in relation to child protection. Childminders are required to have an awareness of current legislation concerning child protection at national and...
Writing evidence for Open Badge applicationsThis Open Badge is awarded to people who watch our video about how to prepare evidence for their badge applications and complete all activities from the badge criteria.
Dementia Ambassador conference 2017 learningThis badge is awarded to people who attend the Dementia Ambassador conference 2017 and submit a reflective account about their learning from the event.
Get an Open Badge today!
Anyone can earn, manage and display Open Badges across the internet. All you need is an email address.
Getting started with Open Badges
New to Open Badges and want to know more? We can help…
- What you need to know about Open Badges
- Applying for an Open Badge
- Preparing and publishing your evidence
- Making the most of your Open Badges
- What to do if your Open Badge application is declined
- How to issue Open Badges (webinar)