Many NRoSO members will have recently received a ‘Digital Credential’ badge from City & Guilds, which is part of a wider pan-industry programme and simply a digital record of your qualifications and training achievements.
To download your badge, follow the instructions on the email you have been sent. The link will take you to the Credly credential platform. As well as City & Guilds, Credly is used by numerous organisations, including Microsoft and Google.
If you don’t want the badge, simply ignore the email.
If you choose to use this badge it details your skills and can be used to confirm your NRoSO membership during, for example, a farm assurance inspection or to show potential employers. In the future it is hoped Red Tractor will accept the badge as part of its audits.
Further, detailed information about the badge is provided by the Voluntary Initiative hotlink HERE.