This is a coaching episode for both students of public health and professionals who are already in the field of public health. You will want to listen to carefully, think creatively, and check the bottom of this show notes page for details and links.
I’m going to share a valuable resource with you, including some of my favorite examples of use, and then tell you how you can try it out for free. I want you to listen carefully, before you sign up for the free trial. This way you can first narrow down which resource you want to use, and then make the most of your free trial period to determine if its something you want to continue or cancel. In other words, I’m going to help you make the most of the free trial period with what I’m about to share with you.
LinkedIn Learning is an overlooked learning resource that has many options for building skills that can help give you a competitive advantage in the job market, as well as help you with business building skills.
A few of my favorite categories within LinkedIn Learning and how they can benefit you:
Learning to use Excel for business and statistical analysis (pivot tables, formulas, and functions)
Ability to clean up and organize data in an excel file can help you better understand the data you’re working with and prepare for more advanced analysis
Sometimes employers and clients will create advanced and unique models that are entirely based in excel.
Can’t go wrong with building a strong level of proficiency using excel
Several training options and levels are available in LinkedIn Learning
Data visualization courses
Statistical analysis courses
R integration with Tableau
Project management courses
Public speaking courses
Course on LinkedIn Learning provide you with various ways to gain skills that can be combined with your public health education and experience, giving you a creative advantage in the job market.
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You can enjoy free access to the extensive library of resources at LinkedIn Learning for 30 days.