Chaffey started by renaming institutional learning outcomes as "employability skills" and employed Canvas Outcomes to evaluate these skills in Career Education (CE), non-CE programs, and general education courses. They actively engaged students in the process of skill assessment by employing Canvas Credentials to grant micro-credentials to students who demonstrated proficiency in the employability skill framework. This strategy was widely embraced as faculty members throughout the college collaborated with their current assignments to articulate the skills more clearly and visibly by aligning them with the employability skill framework. Faculty utilized the Canvas Commons platform to exchange and store resources, building on existing institutional learning outcome maps for courses. In the program's first year, Chaffey College awarded students over 10,000 micro-credentials for skills.