LinkedIn Learning Program for Arizona State Employees

Great careers don’t just happen; they’re developed through a series of learnings and experiences. We want to see you succeed and help you get there. That’s why we’re working to bring LinkedIn Learning to as many employees across the state as we can. This program gives you access to thousands of courses that can help you discover, develop, and refine skills to help you reach your professional goals.

Get started with LinkedIn Learning


(NOTE:  Check with your agency User Group Administrator (UGA) to see if your agency is participating in the LinkedIn Learning Program.  Click here to see the list of UGA’s.)

1. Set up your LinkedIn Learning account

**Specific account creation instructions to follow.**

When you first log in, it is highly recommended to connect your account with your personal LinkedIn account. After you log in, select your job title and any skills you’re interested in learning more about. Then let the learning begin! You’ll have access to all of the courses online or on the LinkedIn Learning mobile app. You’ll even receive personalized course recommendations from LinkedIn.  (See FAQs for more information on how to link or unlink LinkedIn Learning from your LinkedIn account).

2. Create your development plan

With thousands of courses on countless topics, it can be difficult to know where to start. Not sure where to start? Check out some recommended learning paths.

3. Complete required courses

All participants are required to take “An overview of using LinkedIn Learning”. Get started here, then learn about other required courses from your agency; if any have been set up.

4. Keep your development conversations going

Throughout your training, keep conversations about your development going with your manager or mentor. Look for new areas of focus, dig deeper into a skill, or make course recommendations to others.

5. Testimonials

An AHCCCS employee had this to say:
"...When LinkedIn Learning was offered to our agency, I had no idea the potential contained in it. Wow, was I surprised! We are fortunate to have access to thousands of professional development courses at our fingertips, on demand.

"...As a LinkedIn Learning Ambassador and Administrator, I have witnessed firsthand the growth within our employees and the joy they experience having access to these learning opportunities..."

"...AHCCCS staff have enjoyed LinkedIn Learning so much that my Learning and Development team has created and implemented personal and professional development workshops called “The Morning Link.” The Morning Link affords employees the opportunity to gather to watch a micro learning, followed by networking through engaging discussions on what we learned. It’s such a great way for us to learn and connect!

With LinkedIn Learning, I can truly say that I learn something new every day..."

An ADOT employee had this to say:

"...I used LinkedIn Learning to take the required project management education course to develop my project management skills and to also meet the prerequisites for sitting for the exam. I also used the LinkedIn Learning course comments to chat directly with the instructor and used the PMP forums available on LinkedIn to discuss project management theory with fellow PMP hopefuls..."  

"...Ultimately, after 2.5 months of studying, I passed the exam and achieved "above threshold" in every competency!..."  

"... I'm thrilled to have the certification and grateful to my employer to have resources like LinkedIn Learning to better serve ADOT and the State of Arizona..."

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