The Marketing and Communications course outlines the basic principles underpinning contemporary practice and standards in Marketing and Communications within the education sector.
The course will equip you with practical skills for you to advance your career in Marketing and Communications and is suitable for beginner to intermediate-level practitioners within the field.
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Date & Venue
Monday 18 March and Tuesday 19 March 2024 | Amora Hotel Brisbane, 200 Creek St, Brisbane City, 4000
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The Marketing & Communications Course will cover the following topics:
- Developing a successful marketing plan’
- Managing your brand
- Effective Communications Writing
- Customer journey mapping
- Social media marketing
- Reputation and crisis management
- Digital marketing
Learning Hours & Assessment
You are expected to complete a self-audit survey prior to attending the face-to-face training (30 minutes to complete).
Compulsory attendance at the 2-day face-to-face training is a requirement. This is 12 hours of face-to-face training.
- Educate Plus Members (all membership types) $1,000 +GST
- Non-Members $1,200 +GST
“I found the course really worthwhile; incredible intellectual property and great tips shared from presenters, a validation of my strategy and plans, a fantastic opportunity to connect with other professionals coming up against similar obstacles and opportunties.”
“The EducatePlus Advancement Practitioner Training – Marketing and Communications course was fantastic and certainly exceeded my expectations. The course is delivered by engaging, experienced and knowledgeable educators who live and breathe marcomms in education and are incredibly passionate about what they do and equally generous in sharing what they know. This course was invaluable particularly for someone like myself who is new to the education sector but no doubt those who have worked in education previously will still benefit from it too.”