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General Discussion

May Nyein
May Nyein
4,561 Points

teamtreehouse course on accredible.com

We can record our online learning course in www.accredible.com. For coursera course, it is ok for me to add course name and evidence because it gives me certificate. We can also add courses from teamtreehouse. I don't know how to add. so I added by name "Building a simple PHP application" and for evidence, I fill in my profile.

Is there any one who has the same experience to add team tree house course in accredible.com ? We can endorse each other like LinkedIn. Can you endorse my Accredible Slate? I need people like you to vouch for the credibility of my work. www.accredible.com/13740#endorse

2 Answers

Prabhakar Undurthi
Prabhakar Undurthi
4,846 Points

Here I'm . I'm both treehouse an accredible user

May Nyein
May Nyein
4,561 Points

nice to meet you. How to add your records of Tresshouse in accredible.com?

Prabhakar Undurthi
Prabhakar Undurthi
4,846 Points

Course Name - (Example ): Building a Self Distruting message App

Glad to see you May Nyein . Platform : Choose Treehouse Platform group : Online course & MOOC

Just save it, and then add the evidence , First add the prototype of your project as a summery in words, then includes your badges, points , and then Include the project . Finally, Acievement should be your website or App Link (URL) to verify that you did something .

Hopefully , am making some sense here.

Thank you .

Bob McKay
Bob McKay
5,814 Points

I've asked about certificates numerous times - while I agree a portfolio is the way to prove your skill-set, many employers look for recent certifications to see ongoing development/training in candidates. Unfortunately despite this being previously promised, it seems to have slipped to a 'something we'll do one day' status.

https://teamtreehouse.com/forum/certificates-revisited