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Google Workspace Training Now Available on LinkedIn Learning

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Editor's note: This post was originally published on the Google Workspace blog.

Starting today, LinkedIn learners from around the world can learn digital skills to work collaboratively and boost productivity with Google Workspace, through a curated collection of nine on-demand courses on LinkedIn. This is made possible through Google Cloud’s new partnership with LinkedIn Learning, an engaging skill-building solution that draws on real-time data and insights from the world’s largest professional network. 

Millions of people turn to LinkedIn every day to get the skills they need to transform their careers, with LinkedIn members adding 446 million skills to their profiles over the last year alone. We aim to help even more people develop the digital skills they need to succeed in a modern workplace. 

“We are excited to launch our Google Workspace training content on LinkedIn Learning,” said Jaime Farinos, Interim Head of Curriculum and Content for Cloud Learning Services. “This partnership presents a fantastic opportunity for learners around the world to build high-demand productivity and collaboration skills on a high-quality learning platform." 

These courses are designed for anyone looking to get more done and boost their effectiveness at work, using the apps in Google Workspace that support more than 3 billion users. The program includes introductions to Google Docs, Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Meet, Chat, Slides, Sheets and Google Sheets - Advanced topics. This online training is taught through hands-on activities, videos, and quizzes. After completing these courses, learners will know how to securely connect, collaborate, and create, and to customize their workflows to meet their unique work style. After finishing these courses, participants can earn a LinkedIn Learning Certificate of Completion. 

To enroll in the Google Workspace End User training courses on LinkedIn Learning, visit https://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructors/google-cloud.
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