Online courses are one of the new ways in the education system. The modern world🗺️ is the era of speed, so most of us don’t have that much free time⏱️ to spend in the traffic just to take one or two courses.
On the other hand✋, a lot of us prefer to be able to manage🧑💼 the time⏱️ of the classes, in the more straightforward term, take a self-paced course.
I personally can’t think🤔 of getting obligated to be in a class at a definite time⏱️ and place anymore.
But how to add Pluralsight courses to LinkedIn? Just add the certification or badge that proves you’ve passed a course to the licenses & certification of your profile👨💼.
It’s been years since I was in a classroom, and at the same time⏱️ I have earned some certifications, degrees, licenses, and badges in recent years.
That is precisely why I instead do online learning. I confess that since I have a 9-5 job and come home at 7-8 p.m., all the free time⏱️ I had in the past years was from 9 to 11 p.m., and that was the time⏱️ I dedicated to learning or some personal stuff, you now things like❤️ having a family👪 dinner, taking a shower or reading a book📙 or learn skills🔧 that I didn’t have.
Not only could I manage🧑💼 my time⏱️, but it was also cheaper than physical and traditional classes.
And not just talking🗣️ about the tuition, think🤔 about the gas money, the depreciation of the car in heavy traffics, nervousness for being late⏱️ or attending classes when you just don’t have time⏱️ or don’t feel like❤️ it.
For example, when your mother came to see👀 you after a long time⏱️ or when you had a bad day at work, etc.
Let me tell🗣️ you what happened to me during my core python course at. I wanted to learn python for a few years but never had the chance. So one day in December 2019, my colleague suggested I take an online course. She took a Photoshop course and was very satisfied with the outcome.
I was like: ok👌, let’s give it a try. And guess what? There was a free trial too, so I spent some hours in the free courses and subscribed to the starter package for $399 a year.
You know what happened after that, right? Covid-19 pandemic broke out, and the house quarantine started🏁.
How happy I was that I still could use⚒️ my time⏱️ and learn different skills🔧. I mean, it took some months before every institution got used to online classes, right?
Let me not mention the three weeks I got Covid-19 and had to stay home. It was a bitter-sweet experience for me.
Thankfully my situation was not that serious, so I just had to stay home. And boy, the free time⏱️ I suddenly had, was a perfect👌 chance. Not only did I finish the core python, but I also took some other courses as well. Could I do this with traditional classes? No!
How to add Pluralsight courses to LinkedIn?
You can do it in some very easy steps.
- Open your LinkedIn and Pluralsight account
- Open your accomplishment page in the Pluralsight account
- Click🖱️ on to LinkedIn button under the course or certificate you want to add to your profile👨💼
Online learning is the new normal in the education world🗺️. Like❤️ it or not, it is dominating society, and we have no choice but to obey this dominator if we want to learn and progress.
If you’ve already finished a course and wouldn’t mind everyone else knowing about it, we’ve just told you how to add Pluralsight courses to LinkedIn.
So use⚒️ your recent earned knowledge certification and complete your profile👨💼.
As you know, a complete profile👨💼 has a much better chance of appearing in recruiters’ search🔍 results.