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You can also list something like a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) or coding boot camp under a "Professional Training" section. While hiring managers believe that such certifications and online learning are important, don't go overboard and have them dominate your resume. Make sure if you're going to list certifications that they are relevant to your professional development (and not just a personal interest, like studying the evolution of butterflies).
Also, don't list certifications if you've only done introductory courses – your resume should focus on areas you've mastered or otherwise it can harm your credibility and make you less competitive for a job. "It's crucial for candidates to demonstrate that they're keeping their skills fresh. So, don't just list a class you took, include a special project, or pro-bono work with your favorite charity to provide context around the results you've brought using that new skill," says Erica Breuer, a career coach.