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Log in to LinkedIn. Under Profile menu, choose Edit Profile. Right under your profile overview, you should see Add a section to your profile. Click View More and then choose Courses to add the Courses section to your profile. Click Add course to add a new course.
Tap your profile picture. Scroll down to the Accomplishments section. Tap the Edit icon next to CERTIFICATIONS. Tap the Add icon. In the Add Certification screen, complete the prompted fields. Tap Save.
Log in to your LinkedIn account, then go to your profile. On the right, in the Add profile section dropdown, choose Background and then select the + next to Licenses & Certifications. In Name, enter the name of the course or program.
Log in to LinkedIn. ... Click "Add Sections" below your profile overview. ... Type the name of your license next to "Certification Name," then type the organization that issued the license next to "Certification Authority." ... Click "Add Certification" to add your professional license and to return to your profile page.
Linkedin. To add certifications to Linkedin, do the following: Click on your profile image in the upper right to go to your profile. Click on the EDIT button below your profile picture in the center of the screen.
You can display your professional certifications, licenses and other accomplishments on your LinkedIn profile using the certifications section. This allows LinkedIn users, such as prospective employers, colleagues and friends to search for your profile by your credentials. ... The Add a Certification page appears.
Click on the top Menu. Click Me, then View Profile, then Scroll down to Accomplishments. Click Add/Plus Sign. Click Certification.
Go to LinkedIn and log in to your account. Go to Edit Profile by hovering over the Profile tab in the top left. Choose which section of your profile you want to display badges in (for example, the summary section at the top of your profile)
Login to your Microsoft Certification account and click on the Your benefits & exams tab. Near the bottom right hand side, you'll see a section named LinkedIn. ... You will be redirected to LinkedIn and asked to sign in (or create your account). The certification you selected will be automatically populated.
Login to your LinkedIn Account. Click on the top Menu. Click Me, then View Profile, then Scroll down to Accomplishments. Click Add/Plus Sign. Click Certification. Add Project Management Professional to the Certification Name.
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