PwC's Badge Programme represents the next generation of learning recognition for PwC professionals. Badges provide our people an opportunity to learn, apply and gain recognition for the knowledge and skills that our clients and our business demand. As new skills emerge, badges represent PwC's continued commitment to transforming how we work and deliver value.
Each badge showcases the topics, learning methods, application requirements and assessment techniques required to earn the badge - all based on PwC-specific criteria. Wherever our people go, in or outside of PwC, badges help to create a dynamic portfolio of their accomplishments and ongoing education.
The PwC purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. To enable this, we’ve removed limits on where, when, what and how our people learn. We promote continuous learning alongside colleagues and clients so our people can develop the skills they need to be future ready. And badges are one way PwC is investing in our people’s development, providing the knowledge, skills and experience they need to thrive in today’s changing world.
PwC does not make any representations that our badges are a measure or guarantee of quality or expertise, and they should not be relied upon as such. PwC badges are issued based on PwC’s internal, subjective criteria. Attainment of such criteria is evaluated at the time a badge is issued.
PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details.