Learn digital marketing with Irish Times Training

For those looking to build their skills this autumn, the digital marketing diploma from Irish Times Training provides a savvy option. Delivered between 6pm and 9pm, each Thursday for 12 weeks, students will learn all the best practices of building and driving a business online.

This course attracts a range of people, working towards different goals in the digital space. From those who are visiting digital marketing for the first time to those who are looking to hone their skills, the diploma in digital marketing provides an excellent platform for learning and sharing, both individual and group experiences. The peer to peer network, along with expert trainings, are two of the key attractions of this particular course.

Industry professionals will take you through the practical aspects of creating your online strategy, with practical sessions on how to create video content, build a social media presence, and chose the right advertising strategy to grow your online audience. There are plenty of practical examples and applications, with dedicated time to ask questions, demonstrate your knowledge, and grow your expertise. Expert trainers, such as Conor Pope, will help you learn how to write for digital, understand your audience, and really enhance your digital reach.

Those submitting the five pieces of coursework can earn a QQI Level 5 minor award, with six weeks to complete all the material, once the course is finished.

The course starts October 6 and runs for 12 Thursday evenings in the Western Management Centre, Galway.

This course has been awarded 12 hours for Chartered Bankers and Certified Bankers for 2015 by the Institute of Bankers in Ireland.

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