Since March 2019, ITE College Higher Nitec and Nitec graduates also receive a digital certificate (and digital transcript from March 2020 graduates) in their MySkillsFuture Skills Passport. The digital certificate and transcript are secured by blockchain technology which can be viewed, checked and verified on the OpenCerts platform developed by GovTech Singapore.

 

Past ITE College Higher Nitec and Nitec graduates from December 2014 will also progressively receive their digital certificate and digital transcript in their MySkillsFuture Skills Passport by end of 2020.

 

Benefits

  • Share qualification credentials to potential employers and educational institutions that negate the need for verification.
  • Common platform removing the hassle of moving in between different platforms when verifying certificates.
  • Accessed anytime and anywhere

Step-by-step Guide for ITE Graduates

Step 1

You may retrieve your Digital Certificate issued by ITE by logging in to MySkillsFuture (weblink to https://www.myskillsfuture.sg/content/portal/en/index.html) Skills Passport with SingPass.

 

For any assistance needed, please refer to the FAQ in MySkillsFuture (weblink to https://www.myskillsfuture.sg/content/portal/en/header/faqs/SkillsPassport.html).

 

Step 2

Verify the certificate by dropping the OpenCerts file on the Open Certs website (weblink to https://opencerts.io/).

 

Please use Chrome Browser to watch the video guide below:

Verifying Your ITE Digital Certificate

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What is OpenCerts Blockchain platform?
    OpenCerts is the umbrella trademark and the platform is backed by the Ethereum blockchain technology to generate crytographic protections for educational credentials issued by legitimate institutions. ITE is one of the legitimate issuing institutions on the OpenCerts platform.

  2. Can I rename my OpenCerts file?
    You may rename your OpenCerts file but you must retain the file extension (.opencert).

  3. Can I use any internet browser to view the OpenCerts website?
    The OpenCerts website is best viewed using Chrome Browser.