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The Employer's Guide to CREDIT

December 30, 1899

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For 40 years, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and labor unions have relied on the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT®) to connect workplace learning and corporate training programs with college credit. 

Leading employers such as Microsoft, Jiffy Lube, Walt Disney, Starbucks, and Pearson, as well as government agencies such as NASA and the FAA, are making CREDIT work for their employees.​ Follow the links below to learn more.

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Upcoming Changes

ACE is making exciting changes to the transcripts issued for students who complete your training programs. In December 2019 we'll launch a new digital credential that includes workpla​ce skills as well as credit recommendations. For more information visit: https://workingtranscripts.credly.com/​ 


How CREDIT Benefits Employers

As competition in workplace learning continues to intensify, CREDIT gives organizations an edge by validating their training programs and offering enhanced educational benefits to their employees.​

​Getting Started with CREDIT

Decades of experience gives CREDIT the ability to assess your organizations high-quality training programs and determine if they may successfully transfer to college credit.

Types of CREDIT Reviews

CREDIT reviews a wide variety of training programs from courses to examinations, including languages, certifications, and apprenticeship programs.

CREDIT Services

Following a successful review, CREDIT offers a wealth of services to assist and support an organization with meeting the needs of employees, clients and other constituents.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CREDIT Review? What are the benefits of a CREDIT Review? Why should an organization seek CREDIT recommendations? Who in an organization should be present at the review?

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