Several postsecondary institutions have announced the launch of new short-term programming opportunities. The Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery unveiled two microcredentials that were co-developed by Holland College, Lambton College, Mohawk College, Nova Scotia Community College, and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. These micro-credentials will prepare workers for a transition to hydrogen-powered industrial processes. The University of Manitoba recently launched a revised version of its online, asynchronous Graduate Teaching Program, which prepares graduate students to teach at the higher education level. Students earn digital badges as they complete modules and participate in a capstone project.