Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Add certificates to your profile, part of Gaining Skills with LinkedIn Learning.
- [Narrator] An important part of the learning process is sharing your new knowledge and skills, and Linkedin Learning makes this incredibly simple. I highly encourage you to share your accomplishments on Linkedin. Not only will you help showcase your new skills, but also demonstrate to your network and managers your ability to learn new things and stay ahead in your industry. Here in Linkedin Learning, I finished watching a course, and after you've completed the course, inside the player window, you'll see a congratulations. You can also at this time add a certificate of completion to the certification section of your Linkedin profile. To get started, let's go and click the add to profile button.
Now, as I pointed out earlier, each course has associated skills with this. If there's a skill that's not in your profile, at this time, you have the opportunity to add the skill to your profile. If you don't wanna add the skill, you can simply choose to uncheck it, but I'm gonna go ahead and add the skill of classroom management, now that I've completed this course, to my Linkedin profile. Once you click add to profile, Linkedin's gonna automatically add this to the certification section of your Linkedin profile, and it's gonna automatically add any skills that you selected to your skills set. As people are browsing your Linkedin profile, and they come across this certification, they also have an opportunity to reach out and take a look at the course that you've learned.
This is a great way for us to share with our networks your learning so that people can follow your lead and also learn the same skills that you're learning.
- Finding the right skills to learn
- Making a learning game plan
- Knowing your learning style
- Making learning stick
- Adding certificates to your profile
Skill Level Beginner
What was changed when the course was updated 02//09/2017?
Updates were made to the following topics: malleable intelligence, setting a learning goal, active vs. passive learning, and joining the online conversation.