Sunday 29 November, 2020

Trend Media and iCreate offer info sessions on Digital Marketing

Back in June 2019, Trend Media partnered with Jamaica-based iCreate Institute to offer certified digital courses across the Caribbean.

Through this partnership, anyone can become certified as a digital marketing professional or associate, or a digital and social sales professional.

The courses will be available online in Barbados, Turks and Caicos, Cayman, and Bermuda, while Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago will offer face-to-face learning options.

This week, Trend Media and iCreate are inviting interested individuals to attend free information sessions on how to become a Certified Digital Marketing Professional.

Sessions take place on Friday 20 September from 9.30 am to 11.30 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm, and again on Saturday 21 September from 11 am to 1 pm at ANSA Cente, 11C Maraval Road, Port of Spain.

The Professional Diploma teaches the fundamental principles of digital marketing and is the most widely taught, industry-accredited qualification available. It is exclusively designed, validated and taught by the Caribbean's leading professionals.

iCreate Institute is the exclusive authorised institution to deliver this course in the region on behalf of the Digital Marketing Institute. Courses are reviewed by the Syllabus Advisory Council, which is composed of leading digital companies including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. The programme focuses on Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Paid Search (PPC), Display and Video Advertising, Analytics, Website Optimisation, and Digital Strategies.

Upon completion of the Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing, participants will receive an industry-recognised, globally-respected certification that has been credit-rated for the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework by the Scottish Qualifications Authority at Level 8 with 24 SCQF credit points.

Those interested in attending are asked to sign up for a session here.

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