Osborne Training - Digital Marketing Online Course

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We are offering people aged 18+ the opportunity to enrol on our digital marketing course online in association with Google. The course is will give learners the skills that a massive 80% of UK businesses lack in their digital workforce in the following:

  • Basics of marketing
  • Marketing in digital era
  • All about web
  • Search engine optimisation
  • Search engine marketing
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Social media marketing
  • Email marketing and nurturing (inbound)
  • Mobile app marketing
  • Content marketing
  • Web, mobile and app analytics
  • Growth hacking
  • Creating robust digital marketing strategy
  • and much much more

Benefits for you:  

  • Free tablet PC** (when you pay upfront in full)
  • Exclusive access to tools like wordpress, adwords, analystics, insights, ad manager etc
  • Internship for 3 months with UK digital marketing agency.(optional)
  • Reference available from UK digital marketing agency
  • Student discount card (NUS)
  • Exclusive access to high quality course materials
  • Tutorial support by email
  • Personalised individual study plan
  • Exclusive access to career hub for accelarated Job Hunting
  • Certification from Osborne Training
  • Exclusive unlimited access to state of the art virtual learning campus for 6 months 

Who is it for?

  • Graduates with no or little job experience
  • Students currently studying or intending to study digital marketing
  • People who are already working in the industry but want to gain detailed practical knowledge about digital marketing strategy
  • Are looking to improve their career prospects
  • Directors of businesses to run successful digital marketing campaign
  • Thinking of opening a digital marketing agency 

What jobs will I qualify for?

  • Digital marketing consultant
  • Digital marketing coordinator
  • Executive digital marketing strategist


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Last updated 4th Dec 2023

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