Media releases

First step in lifelong learning for Year 12 students

19 Dec 2022

THE Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) has launched its industry-leading credentials platform – CredNet – with more than 11,000 students receiving their ATAR as a digital credential this year.

Using the platform’s digital wallet, CredFolio, these students have immediate access to their ATAR, wherever they are and whenever they need it.

In their post-school life, users of CredFolio will be able to safely store and access all their credentials including AQF qualifications, microcredentials, professional accreditation and digital badges, create personalised portfolios and share their achievements.

Kim Paino, UAC’s General Manager of Marketing and Engagement said, 'The days of keeping paper certificates in a folder in the bottom drawer are long gone. Storing and sharing a comprehensive learner profile from your phone using a trusted and secure service is the future and UAC is proud to be leading the way.'

Find out more about CredNet

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For further information (media only) email or contact:
Diane Jardine, Communications Coordinator, UAC on 0436 459 603, or
Kim Paino, General Manager, Marketing and Engagement, UAC on 0409 155 112.