Git/version control is an important skill for people in tech. What are some ways to get good at it? It's often easy to do things in a hacky way when there is a git command that does exactly what you want to do that will save you a lot of time in the long run. Also, understanding the fundamentals of how Git works can go a long way.
What are some good tips? Other than Alex's primer, of course :)
This website is a solid interactive primer.
Another option is whenever you have something new you are thinking about doing in Git, try asking ChatGPT. And maybe ask for further reading. Don't take it as absolute truth, but it's a great starting point.
As always, I think the main avenue is experience. If you can't get this experience at work, a side project with other collaborators is the main way. If you can't find other collaborators just pretend you have them and follow best practices: