Accreditations are more than demonstrating competence, they hold the granular details that articulate exactly what those competences are, and how well they were attained by the accredited. In the same way, a school will follow a syllabus when teaching, now you can to. By creating Rubrics, Syllabi and Evaluations you can compare accreditations to get a deeper insight into the accredited and ensure coverage as training programs change and evolve.
The Syllabus allows you to create a matrix of performance against outcomes that the accredited must demonstrate. Let’s examine a basic performance metric for a syllabus. Using this matrix, you could evaluate a learning objective. Using a popular example of Workplace Safety, imagine assigning Working Towards, Achieved or Working Beyond. Once you’ve defined your outcomes and your matrix, accreditations can then be bulk issued against the syllabus structure through the API (pulling in your learning data) or evaluated in real time.
The Rubric, similar to a syllabus allows you to define a matrix of achievement and criteria, but also allows you to build descriptors that can be selected and written to the accreditation. Descriptors describe the output of a criteria, against the performance matrix. By providing descriptors you can communicate the expected quality around the accreditation.