Discover Credentials
Powered by Credential Registry
Prototype Phase

Credential Finder Data

Note that some data may involve certain things being counted multiple times. For instance, an Organization with more than one type selected will be counted once for each type.

Organizations

160
Total Organizations
160
All organizations in the system
107
The resource being described offers other resources.
87
The sector that contains privately-owned organizations that operate on a non-profit basis.
59
An independent, third-party organization that operates a certification program. A certification body may or may not be governmental, and may or may not have regulatory authority.
57
An agent that accredits the described resource.
49
An organization such as a college or university: (1) whose sole purpose is to provide postsecondary education defined as the provision of a formal instructional program whose curriculum is designed primarily for students who are beyond the compulsory age for high school and (2) has the authority to award degrees. This includes programs whose purpose is academic, vocational, and continuing professional education.
46
The sector that contains government and quasi-government organizations.
46
Verifiable representation of the credential holder's credential that is controlled by the credentialing organization.
FEIN
45
A Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) for identifying organizations, persons, states, government agencies, corporations, and companies.
DUNS
42
The Dun & Bradstreet DUNS number for identifying an organization or business person.
38
An organization whose major purpose is to provide education and training services but is not a postsecondary education institution with the authority to award degrees.
37
The resource being described provides revocation service.
36
The resource being described provides renewal service.
35
Verifiable representation of postsecondary courses and degrees that is controlled by the credentialing organization.
32
Authorized postsecondary institution that primarily offers bachelor or higher degrees, but may also award associate degrees.
OPE ID (FAFSA)
31
An alternative, publicly available and globally unique agent identifier issued by an authoritative entity.
28
A membership organization primarily engaged in promoting the interests of their business members and providing them with services that may involve the provision of education and credentialing services.
27
The sector that contains privately-owned organizations that operate for profit.
21
A membership organization primarily engaged in promoting the interests of a particular profession, the interests of individuals engaged in that profession, and providing them with services that may involve the provision of education and credentialing services.
19
The resource being described provides accreditation service.
IPEDS ID
19
The unique six (6) digit identifier assigned to all institutions that have submitted data to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
17
External body that performs accreditation, endorsement, approval, and/or recognition of a credential issuer.
14
The resource being described provides recognition service.
12
Authorized postsecondary institution that primarily offers associate degrees, but may also award higher degrees.
11
Primarily offers access to assessments for credentials as a service.
11
An organization that primarily operates online.
11
The resource being described provides approval service.
8
The resource being described provides regulation service.
7
Pronouncement of a favorable judgment by the agent being referenced.
6
Verifiable representation of a credential holder’s badge that is controlled by the credentialing organization.
5
An organization in the public sector at the federal, state or local levels.
5
Sells, maintains, and issues credentials for its own products and services for public access and use.
3
The agent being referenced acknowledges the validity of the described resource.
3
A secondary school that focuses primarily on providing formal preparation for skilled, technical or professional occupations or careers.
2
The armed services of a government entity.
1
Quality assurance organization that enforces the legal requirements of the credential, learning resource or assessment.
1
A secondary school primarily providing education to students at the ninth grade or higher.
150
Organizations who do not have condition manifest(s)
146
Organizations who do not have cost manifest(s)
88
Organizations that DO NOT offer a verification service for their credentials
72
Organizations that offer a verification service for their credentials
50
Organizations that are having Industries.
16
Organizations who have cost manifest(s)
10
Organizations who have condition manifest(s)
10
Organizations that are having subsidiaries
6
Organizations that are having departments

Credentials

3889
Total Credentials
3889
All Credentials in the system
1064
An agent that accredits the described resource.
981
A credential that designates requisite mastery of the knowledge and skills of an occupation, profession, or academic program.
862
An award level that normally requires at least 4 but not more than 5 years of full-time equivalent college-level work.
598
An award level that requires the successful completion of a program of study of at least the full-time equivalent of 1 but not more than 2 academic years of work beyond the bachelor's degree.
416
The resource is intended for the associate degree level or lower-division individuals.
408
A time-limited, renewable non-degree credential awarded by an authoritative body to an individual or organization for demonstrating the designated knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform a specific job.
408
An award level that normally requires at least 2 but less than 4 years of full-time equivalent college-level work.
397
The resource is intended for bachelors or upper-division level individuals.
363
The resource is intended for the master degree level individuals.
355
The resource is intended for entry level individuals.
273
The resource is intended for intermediate level individuals.
271
The resource is intended for doctoral level individuals.
227
The resource is intended for advanced level individuals.
227
The resource is intended for postsecondary level individuals.
171
The resource is intended for secondary (high school) level individuals.
165
Pronouncement of a favorable judgment by the agent being referenced.
143
The agent being referenced acknowledges the validity of the described resource.
140
A doctoral degree conferred for advanced work beyond the master level, including the preparation and defense of a thesis or dissertation based on original research, or the planning and execution of an original project demonstrating substantial artistic or scholarly achievement.
104
A badge offered in digital form.
104
A credential awarded upon demonstration through apprenticeship of the highest level of skills and performance in industry trades and professions.
95
An Open Badge is a visual symbol that contains verifiable claims in accordance with the Open Badges specification and is delivered digitally.
89
The highest award level to be earned for postsecondary study.
51
A credential that attests to achievement of a specific knowledge, skill, or competency.
50
Credentials with a "Is Preparation For" connection to other entities
23
A doctoral degree conferred upon completion of a program providing the knowledge and skills for the recognition, credential, or license required for professional practice.
12
A credential earned through work-based learning and postsecondary earn-and-learn models that meet national standards and are applicable to industry trades and professions.
7
A credential awarded by a government agency that constitutes legal authority to do a specific job and/or utilize a specific item, system or infrastructure and are typically earned through some combination of degree or certificate attainment, certifications, assessments, work experience, and/or fees, and are time-limited and must be renewed periodically.
7
Credentials with a "Post-Award Connections (Is Required For)" connection to other entities
6
A credential designed to be displayed as a marker of accomplishment, activity, achievement, skill, interest, association, or identity. Digital Badge (digitalBadge) - A badge offered in digital form. Open Badge (openBadge) An Open Badge is a visual symbol that contains verifiable claims in accordance with the Open Badges specification and is delivered digitally.
5
Credentials with a "Advanced Standing From" connection to other entities
5
Credentials with a "Preparation From" connection to other entities
4
Credentials with a "Advanced Standing For" connection to other entities
1
A award by secondary educational institutions for successfully completion of a course of study.
1
A credential assuring that an organization, program, or awarded credential meets prescribed requirements and may include development and administration of qualifying examinations.
1275
Credentials that are available online
1140
Credentials that are having Condition Profiles.
884
Credentials that are having Occupations.
633
Credentials that are having Duration Profiles.
585
Credentials that are having Industries.
403
Credentials that reference Common Costs
383
Credentials that require at least one assessment
374
Credentials that have Cost Profile(s)
348
Credentials that require at least one learning opportunity
137
Credentials that have process-related information
134
Credentials that have Embedded Credentials.
134
Credentials that are having any competencies.
128
Credentials that reference Common Conditions
120
Credentials that are Is Part Of Other Credentials.
117
Credentials that have verification badges.
82
Credentials that have revocation-related information
18
Credentials that recommend at least one learning opportunity
17
Credentials that require at least one credential
16
Credentials that have Financial Assistance
3
Credentials that recommend at least one assessment
1
Credentials that require at least one competency
1
Credentials that recommend at least one credential

Assessments

396
Total Assessments
396
All Assessments in the system
342
A mix of scored items presented in fixed or open response formats.
241
Online Only
228
In-Person
210
Scored based on a comparison to defined criteria and levels of performance.
187
Assessment of learning at the end of an instructional unit to determine whether some established standard or benchmark has been achieved.
115
Formal and informal assessment procedures conducted during the learning process to support intentional modification in teaching and learning activities in order to improve learner attainment.
115
Scored based on a comparison to a distribution of performance in a reference population.
91
A demonstration or performance that is usually assessed while the performance is taking place or as recorded for assessment purposes after the performance.
5
A work or product created to be persistent in some medium.
3
Blended Learning
2
An agent that accredits the described resource.
2
Quality assurance organization that enforces the legal requirements of the credential, learning resource or assessment.
1
Pronouncement of a favorable judgment by the agent being referenced.
1
The agent being referenced acknowledges the validity of the described resource.
264
Assessments that have Duration Profile(s)
210
Assessments that have Cost Profile(s)
168
Assessments that are available online
128
Assessments that assess competencies
123
Assessments that have process-related information
115
Assessments that are having Instructional Program Classification
113
Assessments that are having Common Costs
1
Assessments that are having Financial Assistance

Learning Opportunities

239
Total Learning Opportunities
239
All Learning Opportunities in the system
144
In-Person
127
The primary method is presentation by an instructor of learning material and may include student discussion.
53
Online Only
23
Hands-on individual or group experiences for applied learning concepts and methods, procedures and protocols with equipment and technologies.
21
Provides learning opportunities in the context of real world examples, cases, and applications.
19
Delivery of learning material via one-way broadcast or storage media that take advantage of electronic technology or any other medium that requires electricity or digital encoding of information.
19
The primary method is active student discussion leading to advancement of the topic and facilitated by an instructor.
17
Blended Learning
9
Provides real-world work experiences that may be paid or unpaid and provided in group or individual formats normally outside the classroom.
8
Provides for personalization and flexibility in the timing and progression of learning for individual learners based on their preferences and needs, prior learning experiences, and ability to progress through learning opportunities.
5
Pronouncement of a favorable judgment by the agent being referenced.
1
An agent that accredits the described resource.
1
The agent being referenced acknowledges the validity of the described resource.
138
Learning Opportunities that are available online
61
Learning Opportunities that have Duration Profile(s)
54
Learning Opportunities that have Cost Profile(s)
50
Learning Opportunities that teach competencies
17
Learning Opportunities that are having Instructional Program Classification
7
Learning Opportunities that are having Common Conditions
5
Learning Opportunities that are having Common Costs
2
Learning Opportunities that are having Financial Aid

Follow Us:

Twitter Facebook YouTube

Contact Us:

Email Us

Supported By: