Help your learners share their achievements online

We understand that your learners work tirelessly to achieve success in their programmes. So, it is important you help them recognise their achievements in a way that motivates skill progression and helps them connect with peers and employers instantly.

City & Guilds and ILM will award a digital credential on successful completion of their programmes, so that they can let the world know what they have achieved in a fast, shareable and credible way.

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In addition to the existing online certificates of achievement for individual components and the final overall grade, we will also issue learners with a graded digital credential when they complete their programme with us.

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To ensure your learners do not miss out on their credentials, watch our how-to guide below to help you input your learners' email addresses details on to Walled Garden.

Digital Credentials and Walled Garden

We've produced a quick step-by-step process of adding your learners' email addresses to Walled Garden.

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You can also update Walled Garden with your learners' email addresses in bulk. Please read our user guide for the step-by-step process. Alternatively, you can contact our team for more information at

Explore our end-point assessment (EPA) and qualifications to find out how your learners can benefit from our digital credentials.

Enable your learners to become brand ambassadors and reach new audiences with your programme offer, as your participants share their achievements on social media across the web in a secure and verifiable way.

We can also digitise your in-house programme with digital credentials that allow your learners to share their achievements across the web.

Success stories

Hear from individuals on how digital credentials helped them with new opportunities to represent the skills and knowledge at a click of a button.

"Students can demonstrate that they have participated in a range of workshops and team challenges, building confidence as well as developing the eight essential skills: listening, presenting, problem solving, creativity, staying positive, aiming high, leadership and teamwork." - Sue Wisbey, Allen & Overy

View our centres' success stories