Yes, some do.
We are offering a customizable VITAE cert.
See here .>> http://vitae.brockubeta.ca/1181-2/
And have just begun to host an Ïawarding? event.
We will most likely link this event to our end of year SHIFT Conference.
We do not offer badges, but we work with student services to track participation and back-end load participants into their co-curricular transcript database. GradPlus transcript
See here >> http://vitae.brockubeta.ca/gradplus-transcript/
No academic credit, but some offer non-academic certificates. Examples are: Professional Skills Development Program for International Students (PSDP), Teaching Assistant Training Program and the Entrepreneurship Training Program (ETP).
The courses are credited. Thus, the students have full recognition of the courses they follow by the Universit_ de Sherbrooke, with an official transcript. Doctoral students who obtain 15 credits will earn an official recognition for the microprogramme, and postdoctoral students who earn 32 credits will earn an official recognition for the diploma.
FGSR currently provides a certificate of participation for our Graduate Teaching and Learning (GTL) course, a letter for completion of Level 1 and a notation on the transcript for completion of Level 2. We are seeking notation on the transcript for our proposed Levels 3 and 4. Students do not get formal recognition currently for their PD completion.
Les ateliers siglés sont des cours de 1 crédit, non contributoires à la moyenne cumulative.
Les stagiaires postdoctoraux (de l?UdeM ou des autres universités) reçoivent une attestation officielle de participation (puisqu?ils n?obtiennent pas le crédit).
Not at this time, but it is an option that we are exploring. Our GPS program partners (Student Success Office and Centre for Teaching Excellence) do offer certificate programs on the subjects of leadership and teaching, respectively.
The Higher Education Teaching Certificate and The Post-Graduate Professional Skills Certificate are both programs that offer credentials (certificates).
We are in the process of developing a more formal recognition process for our professionalization workshops with the next academic year.
The Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS) was founded in 1962 to promote graduate education and university research through meetings, publications and advocacy. The Association brings together 58 Canadian universities with graduate programs and the three federal research-granting agencies, as well as other institutions and organizations having an interest in graduate studies.