Training through LinkedIn Learning allows individuals to learn at their own pace using a desktop or mobile device
VANCOUVER – Local Workforce Development Council, Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW), is rolling out new initiatives to increase access to online training and help 500 adults and graduate students prepare for post-COVID jobs, especially those requiring digital skills.
WSW has partnered with LinkedIn Learning to provide short-term training on pre-designed career paths that lead to skills that local businesses have told WSW they need. The following routes are available to people living in Clark, Cowlitz, and Wahkiakum counties:
- Digital Marketing Specialist
- Project management
- Preparation course for CompTIA A + and CompTIA A + Network certifications
- Agile software developer
- SQL Developer
- Java programmer
- Microsoft Office Learning Path
âWe are increasing the opportunities for people to get training for jobs that can be done remotely,â said Kevin Perkey, CEO of Workforce Southwest Washington. âAs we learned during the COVID-19 shutdown, workers who could do their work from home fared better than those who couldn’t work remotely. “
Training through LinkedIn Learning allows individuals to learn at their own pace using a desktop or mobile device. Those who sign up will have access to a career coach and will be able to take advantage of additional resources that may be available through WSW’s partners, including connections for housing, food, childcare, and shopping assistance. clothing and work supplies.
Individuals can learn more about the LinkedIn Learning training and resources available through the Workforce Development System by contacting [email protected]
Businesses in Southwest Washington can take advantage of WSW’s partnership with LinkedIn Learning to train their existing employees by contacting the WSW Business Services team at https://bit.ly/3n1UEEG.