Life Long Learning

  1. Hi everyone,

    Would you list life long learning/non-credit classes on your resume? If so, where/how would you incorporate this information? I'm interested in a taking a non-credit course entitled Women's Health Across the Lifespan and wondering if it would be beneficial to my resume in the future (this would be a new grad resume).

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    Joined: Jun '10; Posts: 181; Likes: 111
    Registered Nurse; from US
    Specialty: 1 year(s) of experience


  3. by   beachbaby31
    I would guess that you will get a certificate of completion and yes, I would add it to my resume..we as nurses are alwyas learning all the new info out there (especially in our specialties), I would add anything that I accomplished in regards to nursing/ community etc.
    Good luck.
  4. by   Davey Do
    Attending Inservices and Senminars can be positively interpretted as an indication of true interest in your profession.

    It could be incorporated under Education on your resume.

    Good luck in your pursuits,