The badge is awarded for completing all the sections of the course, taking part in the discussion forums and passing the final assessment. Depending on the course, you may also have the opportunity to gain an upgrade to your badge, by completing extra activities, such as the finalization of your own action planning with the support of a tutor.
The badges are an electronic record of your achievements on the course and can be shared digitally with your colleagues, funders, and prospective employers. They demonstrate your interest in hate crime and hate speech work, your commitment and your continued professional development in the field. They contain data about the competences you built throughout the course and about us, the issuing organisation, within a portable image file. This data can be viewed when you display and share your badge online and can help people to find out more about you. The badge can be also shared on your LinkedIN page.
Upon request from participants, pdf certificates can also be issued.