Get More Out Of LinkedIn Learning Professional Training

Posted On Thursday April 22, 2021

At Halton Hills Public Library, learning matters. Our goal is to increase literacy and learning in all aspects of daily life. We encourage a love of reading, expressing creativity, finding engagement in the written word, and building a world of knowledge and understanding. Now, during this time at home, consider exploring a new hobby or challenging yourself to learn a new skill. You could also upgrade your existing portfolio of skills, stay on top of great job opportunities, and learn from instructors with real world experience. Best of all, you can do it for FREE with your Halton Hills Public Library card!

In just a few hours, on your own time, or whenever it’s convenient, you can upgrade your skills and receive a certificate. LinkedIn Learning (formerly is the leading online learning platform that helps anyone to learn business, software, technology, technical and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through individual training, library members have access to the LinkedIn Learning video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts. Plus, because it’s LinkedIn Learning, you can add it to your list of skills to rock your online LinkedIn Profile, find your next job, generate leads, and take your career to the next level!

These goals are easily within reach for anyone who has a HHPL library card. You can use LinkedIn Learning at home, on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. It’s easy, convenient, and free. Don’t wait, start learning and add to the skills you want for your existing job, future promotion or just because you can. List your accomplishments on your LinkedIn Profile or on your paper resume. No one needs to know you trained for free; they just need to know you’re ready to take the next step. LinkedIn Learning is your professional learning platform; your library card is the key to your success!

For more information about LinkedIn Learning, please visit HHPL’s website page. For more information about getting a library card, visit HHPL’s library card page.