When you have completed the City & Guilds accredited, distance learning qualification, the ITQ Social Media, you will be able to get a job as a social media assistant or start your own business as a freelance social media consultant.
You will have a practical knowledge of the major Social Media networks including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. You will also have a practical working knowledge of SEO (search engine optimisation), creating and using video for business, Pinterest, Instagram, social bookmarking, blogging, how to set up and use Google My Business, Google Analytics, Google Search Console and building a WordPress website. You will be able to create a strategy and social media policy for your use of social media and choose the correct channels to carry this out efficiently.
Enhanced Learning Credits can be used to pay for this course.
On successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the City & Guilds ITQ Level 3 qualification (equivalent to an ‘A’ Level standard of learning). You are assessed throughout the course and will complete 20 tasks including practical creation of profiles and status updates. You will also evidence your use of a range of digital marketing tools.
The following training courses are included as part of the qualification:
No entry requirements. Learners will need access to a browser and a wordprocessor. Please note, learners will need to purchase a domain name and website hosting.
City & Guilds
NVQ Level 3 and relevant components
Variable - to suit the learner
Concise Training have been teaching businesses and individuals to use social media and digital marketing since 2009. Unaccredited Courses We first created our short unaccredited e-learning courses in 2012 - updating them every six months (In January and July) since. The courses have been taken by over 2,000 learners either through Concise Training directly or through our partners - Pitman Training Group, The Distance Learning Centre and Business Excellence International. Purchasing a course directly from Concise Training has the added benefit of email support from the Concise Training team. Although the courses are kept as up to date as possible, the nature of the sector involves daily changes to the
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