An Introduction to Micro-credentials via the Cyber4RAM Digital Badge
March 14, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Who Should Attend
Those interested in enhancing their experience and knowledge with micro-credentials.
There are many types of non-degree credentials that today’s learners can earn. Understanding the value of various credentials can help manufacturers decide who to hire and what training to seek for current employees.
This presentation will examine, at a high level, a type of credential known as a micro-credential, which takes less time to earn than a certificate or degree. It will also provide details about a free digital badge called Cyber4RAM, which builds cyber awareness among robotics, automation and mechatronics (RAM) manufacturing technicians.
- Attendees will learn about micro-credentials and how they are perceived in manufacturing.
- Attendees will see a demonstration of the Cyber4RAM badge, which can be earned by their technicians and helps to raise awareness of how to protect against cyber threats.
Director of Extension Research and Development, NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 252.414.1555
Evelyn leads research and development efforts and works to build relationships with NC State faculty whose research interests can be applied to solve problems for North Carolina manufacturers. Evelyn is also part of the evaluation services team at IES that provides formative and summative assessments for grant-funded projects at two-year and four-year institutions.
Evelyn comes toIndustry Expansion Solutions after 18 years as a Virginia Tech and East Carolina University faculty member. Before that, she worked in manufacturing at Nortel Networks, spending time as an Operations Research Analyst and as a Project Manager. She has a B.S. in mathematics, an M.S. in operations research and a Ph.D. in systems engineering.