Press Release

updated: May 5, 2020

​​​​​​Accredible today announced it has partnered with The National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) and the NACE International Institute to bring digital membership badges and digital certification credentials and certificates to NACE members and NACE Institute certification holders. Accredible is excited to partner with NACE and the NACE Institute as they move away from traditional methods of membership and certification credentials to a modern digital format.

Those who earn a certification from the NACE Institute will now receive a digital certificate and credential that is hosted on the Accredible platform, which allows them to showcase their achievements online and stand out from others in the corrosion industry. They also allow for instant online verification. NACE Institute certifications are globally recognized as a standardized and skills-focused program for the industry. Employers can now easily verify these certifications and credentials as part of their due diligence process.

“As an organization, we are proud to offer our certification holders this newest benefit for their credentialing. Just as you can perform banking transactions on your phone, so should you be able to verify your professional credentials,” says Keenan Loubser, NACE Institute Chief Operating Officer. “And as the value of the certifications have increased, so too has the attempts at producing fraudulent certification instruments. Digital badging will protect the value of a certification for the person who truly earned it.”

The NACE Institute administers 23 certifications on a variety of disciplines including the industry-leading Coatings Inspector Program (CIP) program.

“By bringing their NACE Institute certificates and NACE membership cards into a digital format, NACE continues a long trend of leadership and digital transformation in professional training and certification,” said Danny King, CEO of Accredible. “We are excited to work with NACE to showcase their members’ qualifications in a modern, secure format.”

See additional information about NACE Institute’s certification program.


About Accredible:

Accredible is bringing credentials and qualifications into the Information Age. Accredible is the industry-leading digital credentialing platform that securely issues, manages, tracks, and verifies high-stakes credentials across the globe. Universities, professional associations, technology companies and others are able to create, deliver and manage tens of thousands of digital certificates and open badges with just a few clicks. Learn more at


About NACE International and the NACE Institute:

NACE International is the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting people, assets and the environment from the effects of corrosion. The NACE Institute focuses on meeting industry needs for workforce certification programs, pursuing global consistency of certification requirements, raising industry and public awareness of the purpose and benefits of certification programs and supporting employment of its over 50,000 certified corrosion control professionals. Learn more at and/or

Danny King


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Sean Evans

Product Marketing Specialist

NACE International

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Source: Accredible

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