Irish Times Training has once again joined forces with the Irish Internet Association (IIA) to offer a Diploma in Digital Marketing. The course will commence on February 19th and run over 13 weeks (6pm to 9pm) at the NAS Training Centre in the Cleaboy Business Park, Waterford.
This is the second time the course is scheduled for Waterford. Last year’s course, which ran from September to December, proved hugely successful.
It is aimed at any organisation, business or individual that wants to gain a better understanding of the ever evolving digital landscape and will enable all participants to develop a focused digital marketing strategy.
Over the course of the 13 weeks the modules will include digital marketing strategy, SEO, online advertising, mobile web, social media, online PR and many more. The trainers comprise of some of the most well regarded names on the digital media landscape. Trainers include Eoin Kennedy of Knudger, Maeve Kneasey of Elucidate and Conor Pope of the Irish Times, amongst other experts, who are all industry practitioners, drawing on their collective experience.
Mr. Ray Power, Manager with NAS Training Centre is delighted that the course is returning to Waterford in 2014. “The 13 week course that ran towards the end of last year received such positive and enthusiastic feedback. All of the attendees enjoyed the practical, informative and relevant modules. The course and its trainers are of an extremely high calibre and respected within the world of digital media. We are looking forward to welcoming back some great trainers over the coming weeks.”
To book your place on the Irish Times Digital Marketing Diploma call Aine Dilleen on 01-4727101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about the Diploma in Digital Marketing check out www.nas.ie or www.irishtimestraining.com