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Most employers have a great deal of respect for candidates who are working toward bettering themselves. So certainly I would say figure out how to include the course work you think is relevant to the position of interest. I would list even short courses.How to list them depends on how much other stuff you have on your resume. Keep it down to two pages. I would put education at the bottom of page one if you can manage it. Then figure out how to feature the most important ones, but list others that you think are relevant.In these days of key word searches, mention all the buzz words you can, but in my system of grading resumes like exams, I have been known to give extra points to people who attended certain short courses. (I know who has the best courses in my field. One who attended is clearly better qualified than those who did not.)
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