Keep your Learning History!

Ensure your LinkedIn profile is connected to your LinkedIn learning account to maintain public documentation of your learning history - all your hard work, completed courses and certificates.

Want to keep your learning history?

Follow these 5 easy steps to connect your LinkedIn Learning account with your LinkedIn profile:

  1. Click, the “Me” tab on the top bar of LinkedIn Learning.
  2. Scroll down the drop menu & Click Settings & Privacy. 
  3. Click, “Connect my Account” under the section that reads onnect Your LinkedIn account to your LinkedIn Learning provided from your organization.
  4. Next, you’ll see the profile connection selection screen.
  5. Click, continue with LinkedIn and follow all the prompts to ensure your account is connected.

Want to download your certificates before your license expires?

Follow these 6 easy steps to download all your completed certificates from LinkedIn Learning:

  1. Go to your “My Learning” section to the left of your homepage
  2. Scroll down and click on “Learning History”
  3. Click the three dots on your completed course beside “Share”
  4. Click “Download certificate”
  5. Click on “LinkedIn Learning Certificate”
  6. Finally, click on “Download PDF only” at the bottom left to save your certificate to your computer

Reminder – the LinkedIn x First Work Initiative ends on April 30th, 2024, and you will not have access to your free LinkedIn Learning account after this date. 

Record of Success!

"Launched at the height of pandemic, Ontario's free skills-based learning initiative with LinkedIn and First Work has helped upskill over 40,000 Ontarians!

This accessible learning initiative removes the financial barrier of furthering education but also brings these job and career-growth seekers to the virtual professional landscape. The power of networks is real, with LinkedIn estimating 70% of job placements being filled through professional networks. Through LinkedIn x First Work - over 1.29 million new connections have been made! Allowing for the benefits of this initiative to bare opportunity for years to come.

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This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.