I’ve taken some time to write out how to add your training to your LinkedIn profile through written instructions, screenshots and video tutorials. Though the platform updates and changes from time to time, hopefully, the process is pretty much the same now as it was then!
Are you one of the almost 4,000 professionals who have attended a workshop, training program or coaching session through Authentic Journeys?
If yes, do you want to display this on your LinkedIn profile?
It is simple and easy in 6 steps. You can also add your certificate to your profile. If you did not get a certificate or do not have a digital certificate, contact us, we can send one to you!
On your LinkedIn profile, go to the Education section > Click the plus sign to the right of the header to add something.
Type in School Name as “Authentic Journeys” (Infopark should also display in small letters below it.)
Step 3 :
In the “Degree” (or “Field of Study”) field, type in the name of your program. (ie. Managing Client Expectations. The title will be on your certificate. If you do not have a certificate, feel free to ask us.)
Enter Year (optional)
Course Description. This is optional. While there is a short description available to you in the Authentic Journeys online course, you can leave it blank or write your own description.
Step 6: Media. Add your certificate PDF here. You may want to change the file name to the course name for easier readability.
Don’t forget to click save!! You are done! A big thank you!
Please follow the video demo below to display your workforce development programs on your LinkedIn profile:
Thank you for your support and hope to see you on the Authentic Journeys LinkedIn Educational Page!
Jennifer Kumar, the Managing Director of Authentic Journeys, has trained or coached over 4,000 professionals just like you. Check out some of our popular programs: individual or team coaching, email writing, and Managing Client Expectations.
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