Show your verified Chartered and EngExec credential digitally with a verifiable badge.
Engineers Australia’s digital badges for Chartered, EngExec and National Engineering Register (NER) professionals can be securely shared with your network on your LinkedIn profile, email signature or digital CV.
A digital badge showcases your credential and enables you to easily demonstrate your professional skill to employers, prospective clients and peers.
Romilly Madew AO, CEO of Engineers Australia says adding a badge to your LinkedIn is a powerful way to broadcast your skills to your professional network.
“The ability to add a verified digital badge to your LinkedIn profile, email signature or CV will enable so many engineers to clearly display and showcase their expertise and engineering excellence.”
“These badges give real time information on credentials, so your network, potential employers or clients can understand your level of expertise with just one click,” Ms Madew says.
In 2020, Engineers Australia designed and launched digital badges for engineers on the NER to enable digital and verified demonstration of an engineering registration. Based on member feedback, this has been expanded to include Chartered and EngExec.
Engineers Australia’s digital badges are provided through Credly’s Acclaim platform.
How to claim your digital badge
You will receive an email from Acclaim ([email protected]) in the next two weeks.
- Click the button in the email to accept your badge.
- Create a free account on the Acclaim website.
- Claim your badge (PNG).
- Upload to your professional social media accounts.
This is a great opportunity to sign up and download your NER badge if you have yet to do so. If you already have an NER badge, it will automatically be updated on the platform.
Where should I share my digital badge?
We suggest sharing your digital badge with your network in your:
- LinkedIn profile
- email signature
- digital CV
- online proposals.
Digital badges can be verified in real-time by viewing the linked Credly page which shows the individual’s verification.