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LinkedIn Learning training, help and support

Help, support and training information for LinkedIn Learning.

LinkedIn Learning Training

The Digital Skills and Training team regularly deliver an online webinar and classroom-based training course for LinkedIn Learning titled 'An Introduction to LinkedIn Learning'. Sessions are delivered both online and within our training facilities at Argyle House year-round and are open to all staff and students. If you're interested in finding out more about these events you can do so using the button below.

Alternatively, a shortened recorded version of the 'An Introduction to LinkedIn Learning' webinar can also be viewed on the How to use LinkedIn Learning page of this website.

View the Digital Skills and Training event booking feed

Help using LinkedIn Learning

For help and support using the LinkedIn Learning service, please visit the LinkedIn Learning Help Centre. If you are experiencing issues creating or accessing your LinkedIn account, please contact the University's IS Helpline (

Visit the LinkedIn Learning Help Centre

Arrange a presentation for your department

We deliver regular training sessions and presentations to prospective users across the University. If you would like to find out more about using LinkedIn Learning (for learning and/or teaching), why not invite us along to demonstrate how it can be used by staff and students within your School, College, department or team?

To arrange a LinkedIn Learning presentation or training course, please complete and submit our tailored course request form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Sessions can be delivered both in-person or online as a webinar.

If you'd simply like to have a chat about LinkedIn Learning, contact Andy Todd via email or phone ( 650 4950).

LinkedIn Learning access issues and general queries

If you are experiencing issues logging into or using the LinkedIn Learning service, or have a question about the service, please contact the IS Helpline using the button below. 

Contact the IS Helpline