Ultimate Event Management Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

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Get Event Management, Children's Party Planner, Wedding Planner Business, Floristry, Cake Making Business, Business Management with Accountancy, Public Speaking, First Aid, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, and Marketing and PR for Small Businesses in this Bundle

1. Event Management: Start Your Career In Event Management  

For those brave enough this is a highly rewarding career with a great feeling of accomplishment with every successful event completed. The Event Management Course is a great start to that career with all the information and answers you need.

This is a very involved course, covering a lot of information on how to be successful in this career path. This is a brief run down of the course:

Introduction to Event Management

The course starts with an introduction and fact-finding mission that will give you all the answers to your questions about Event Management, including what it involves, what the market is like, and why the role exists.

Managing Events

Whether a concert for hundreds or a tea party for ten, the success of an event is down to planning and implementation. This is the multi-varied role of an Event Manager; being the person responsible for everything surrounding an event: from creating a theme, marketing, organising car parking, setting dates, acquiring necessary permits, running the event itself, organising clean up after the event, and so much more… and of course having fallback plans for every eventuality.

Going in deeper into the role itself, the course moves on to tell you the kind of skills you will need and the sorts of challenges you will face and how to overcome them. It also informs students of additional courses that would be beneficial to study, to improve upon the various skills needed to be an Events Manager, as well as talking through how important budgeting is to the role.

The Events

The events that can require an Events Manager are far-ranging and although many ideas can be carried across various events, each involve different processes and approaches. This section of the course talks through different event types, how each are important, and what would be required in each case. Events discussed include everything from corporate and charity events, to parties, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and even funerals, along with many more.

Technology

As with most businesses, technology now plays a big part in Event Management. This part of the course talks through the importance of staying abreast of updates in technology, as well as how software, apps, online services, and having a website can improve your business and make your life easier.

Marketing Your Company

Good marketing is important to the survival of any company, so the Event Management Course dedicates a chapter to this very topic, giving you the tools you need and the know-how to effectively market your business through a variety of channels.

The Business

This part of the course teaches you how to run the business. This includes how to go about hiring and developing an effective team and how to use different management styles to motivate and develop your team towards well-set targets, it also outlines how to start the business and the assets and procedures that will need to be in place before looking for work.

Your Network

As many events will require the same sort of external services, it is important to create a network of reliable companies or individuals whose involvement with your company will be mutually beneficial. The Event Management Course talks you through who you will need on your team and how you can work together towards the success of both parties.

Your Clients

Without them there is no business. How you build and work on your relationships with clients is one of the most important areas of the business. The course goes into detail about how to be effectual in your communication with clients and how to nurture these relationships.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Event Management Certificate Course takes your natural skills in areas such as organisation and project management and your personal attributes, such as being upbeat and active, and turns them into an enjoyable and rewarding career, all you need is passion.

Whether you have no experience in organizing events or have been in involved in planning events small or large throughout your lifetime, this course will guide you through what you need to be successful in the industry, whether you wish to start a new career or create your own business.

The course will also be of benefit to you if you have an upcoming event that you need to organise or if you regularly organise events but would like to make the process easier and smoother.

2. Children's Party Planner: Learn About How To Successfully Plan & Put Together Parties

This comprehensive course will teach you everything that you need to know about how to successfully plan and put together parties for children, whether its a themed party at home or a party held in a play centre or in a marquee. If you have good organizational skills, work well under pressure and love the excitement of a good party then this career path could be perfect for you. Party planning is an ideal career opportunity for anyone that likes the idea of working from home, running their own business, managing their own time and their own week. If you have children yourself then this type of business can easily be managed around your family commitments and can bring in a very lucrative income if you’re willing to put in the time and commitment to making it a success.

As birthdays and other special events hold a great significance for children and their parents, it’s important to know how to make children feel special and for everyone to feel relaxed on the big day and to have fun. The whole party planning process has become a big business opportunity as party planners are increasingly being hired for parties and special events as parents wish to relieve themselves of the stress and burden of planning the perfect party.

Who would benefit from this course?

People who want to run their own children's party business, events planners would also benefit from this course. Parents who want to create some magic around their own children's parties would also find this course very helpful.

3. Wedding Planner Business: Learn To Start A Successful Wedding Planner Business

Who doesn't love a good wedding? The gowns, the flowers, the food, the music… If you've always loved helping others to plan their special occasions, then this comprehensive Wedding Planner Business Certificate Course is for you.

Let’s plan a wedding!

This powerful course contains everything that you need to learn to start a successful wedding planner business. You’ll be guided through all of the essential steps, be given all the relevant information, and will receive the worksheets, forms, and checklists you need to hit the ground running upon graduation.

In addition, at the end of each learning unit is a Unit Project. This is designed to give you the experience and expertise you need to attract clients right away.

And, what’s even more fun are the Section Assignments. In these, you will practice what you’ve learned in the section as if you were working with an actual bridal client. By the end of this course, you will have planned a virtual wedding from start to finish!

Are you ready to get started?

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

From complete novice to already successful event planner, anyone keen to plan Weddings and make people’s dreams come true, this course is an absolute must!

4. Floristry: Set Up Your Own Floristry Business 

The floristry industry will always be popular as no wedding; christening or special event would be complete without an assortment of beautiful flowers.

This comprehensive online course will teach you everything that you need to know about setting up your own Floristry business.

Floristry is an excellent business that can prove to be extremely profitable if you have the passion and dedication to make it a success. If you love flowers and you’re not worried about putting in the hard work to get things off the ground, then this could be the perfect business for you.

Starting with an introduction to the field along with its pros and cons to help you decide whether or not it is suitable for you. The next Module is dedicated entirely for floral arrangements: what these are, how you can make floral arrangements, what items you will need, what services you need to provide and other details that are important when getting started in floristry.

Moving on, you will learn everything related to wedding and funeral flowers. Weddings and funerals take place no matter what, and neither is complete without flowers. If you want to venture into floristry, you need to know how to cater for the wedding and funeral industries.

The next module is focused on opening up your own shop and will talk about all the things that you need to take care of once you will start your own florist shop, including its logo, supplies, setup fees, location and other things of this sort.

The last two Modules of the course talk about two extremely important tools that will be decisive of the success of your shop: your customers and marketing techniques. The former will educate you on how to attract the attention of your target market towards your flower shop and how to gain and retain the market share. The seventh Module will throw light on the different marketing strategies that can help you coin your name in the field.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone who would like to work in the Floristry business, Wedding Florist or other occasion florists. Either working in a florist or setting up your own business. Or anyone who likes to arrange their own flowers for themselves and others.

5. Cake Making Business: Learn To Master The Fundamentals Of The Cake-Making Business

If you love making cakes and you’ve had people say “You should sell these!” then why don’t you? From this course you’ll master the fundamentals of business, from the logistics of setting up to creating a business plan, pricing your products and figuring out how best to market your delicious offerings. New to cake-making? No problem, the course also offers several basic to advanced recipes for you to try out!

Setting up your own business can be an exciting time, but it can also be quite daunting when you are faced with the legalities, different types of business structure, forming an effective business plan, and even deciding on a name! The Cake Making Business Certificate Course simplifies these processes, taking you step-by-step through each, using simple language that anyone can understand.

Before opening your doors, you need to make sure you have all the practicalities sorted out. The course runs through all the equipment and types of workspaces you will need to work effectively and efficiently for the kind of business you are running. You will learn how to manage your money and the importance of having a website, even if you don’t intend to sell online, and what this should include.

As with any business, it’s important to create a niche product – something that you specialise in and are known for being the best at and can become the go-to business for that product. The Cake Making Business Certificate Course discusses the importance of having a niche and how to go about finding yours. Part of this will involve competitor analysis, possible upskilling, creating a product line, and understanding the importance of sourcing great ingredients, even if they cost a little more and money is tight. The course also offers several suggestions for niches that could work for you or that may inspire you to find your own.

With all the paperwork out of the way, your business set up, and your niche chosen and perfected; it’s time to sell, but how? You’ll learn how to work out what you should be selling your cakes for to make a profit without pricing yourself out of the market. The course also explains how to develop a goal-driven marketing plan that you can monitor and the considerations you need to make when choosing packaging for your delicious treats

Who would benefit from this course?

The purpose of this course is to give cake-makers a practical guide to creating a business. You will receive guidance through each area of setting up, running, and growing a successful cake-selling business.

Cake-making newcomers who would like to begin their journey from creating their first cake to establishing a thriving business are also welcome. The course includes several basic to advanced recipes and techniques, which will take you through making various types of cakes before you move on to create a business selling them.

6. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

  • Set up your business
  • Manage people
  • Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.

7. Public Speaking: Learn How To Be Able To Speak In Public With Confidence

Maybe you're delivering a corporate presentation or interviewing for a new job. Maybe you're a teacher lecturing students or a citizen addressing a neighbourhood association.

Whatever the situation, being able to speak in public is essential to success. Many of us have a deep fear of public speaking. Or we think it’s just an intuitive talent that can’t be learned… this couldn’t be further than the truth!

Explorations of public speaking are often bogged down in complex rhetorical terms. This course has been designed to make the ‘The Art of Public Speaking’ accessible to everyone. In order to do this, the course takes you through each of the three key components of successful public speaking.

  •  How to prepare for public speaking
  •  How to craft a great speech
  •  How to handle your audience

Practical Advice to Help You in Any Situation

The Art of Public Speaking, though rooted in rich history, is packed with practical advice. Here are just three of the tips you’ll find:

  • Speak from personal knowledge: Use personal experiences to allow your audience to better connect with you. In polite conversation, talking about yourself is frowned upon; in public speaking, it’s essential.
  • Organise your facts into a story: When drafting a speech, find the underlying stories in your topic and organise your information around these stories. You’ll find it easier to remember your speech, and your audience will engage more with your message.
  • Weave familiar references into your speech: Using familiar quotations when addressing your audience can establish a common ground. They may not be your words but, when used sparingly, they can infuse your speech with added power.

8. First Aid: Learn Practical Capabilities For Medical Emergencies 

First aid training will equip you with the awareness and practical capabilities of how to react if the worst happens. It’s the knowledge of how to help someone that collapses, cuts themselves, gets hurt in an emergency situation or finds themselves in a medical emergency.

The first module of the course introduces the topic and gives helpful information on how to approach an accident, injured person, or someone in need of help. This module also covers the commitment that places of work have, to have employees trained in first aid.

Touched upon in the proceeding module, module 2 discusses the role of the person who is first on scene/ the first responder, it also discusses environmental considerations and guides students through some situations that they may find themselves in. Also outlined here is what you should have in a basic first aid kit and what a natural or holistic first aid kit should include.

Moving directly on from module 2, module 3 shows you how to assess a patient and talks through how to perform CPR on adults, children, and infants. Also taught is: how to correctly monitor a pulse, how to get someone into the recovery position and why you would do this, and when a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) should be used.

Each of the modules 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the First Aid Course go into specific areas of first aid, discussing when and how treatment should be given and in which situation you would not use certain techniques to treat a patient. These are the practical modules that give you step-by-step instruction on how to assess a patient and give relevant care to patients suffering from: choking and anaphylaxis, heat and cold conditions, burns and scalds, bleeding and shock, or bone and tissue injuries.

Module 9 summarises what has been learnt in the previous modules, whilst also teaching what to do in a medical emergency and discussing first aid in the context of the law.

Who would benefit from the course?

Everyone in the world would benefit from studying the First Aid Certificate Course. The information within is literally a matter of life and death and though we may not always need to use the knowledge, and hopefully we won’t, it’s a great education to have. The First Aid Certificate Course is suitable for just about everyone. We all hope that we would never have need for first aid knowledge but at some point in life we generally do, whether it tending to a small graze or cut and knowing how to properly clean and bandage the wound, to recognising the symptoms of a heart attack, how to aid the sufferer, and potentially saving a life. These are skills everyone should have.

More specifically the course would benefit those who are around other people as part of their profession, for example, care and social workers.

9. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

10. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

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The Ultimate Event Management 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Event Management

Module 1: Introduction to Event Management

  • Part 1: Introduction 
  • Part 2: Why Develop a Career in Event Management? 
  • Part 3: Why Do People Need Event Managers? 
  • Part 4: Sustainable Event Management
  • Part 5: Summary 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Managing Events

  • Part 1: What Qualities Do You Need? 
  • Part 2: What challenges will you face? 
  • Part 3: Challenges for Event Managers
  • Part 4: Education and Training
  • Part 5: Budget
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Events

  • Part 1: Types of Events
  • Part 2: Funerals 
  • Part 3: Bar Mitzvahs and Bat Mitzvahs 
  • Part 4: Weddings 
  • Part 5: Parties 
  • Part 6: Charity Events
  • Part 7: Housewarming/Open House
  • Part 8: Other Events
  • Part 9: Summary 
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Technology

  • Part 1: What is Quality?
  • Part 2: Innovation 
  • Part 3: Event Management Software
  • Part 4: Apps for Event Management
  • Part 5: Developing a Website 
  • Part 6: Online Event Management
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Marketing Your Company

  • Part 1: Marketing Tools 
  • Part 2: Advertising Your Company 
  • Part 3: The Media 
  • Part 4: Summary 
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Business

  • Part 1: Managing the Team 
  • Part 2: Recruitment 
  • Part 3: Leadership 
  • Part 4: Start-up Cost
  • Part 5: Legal Matters
  • Part 6: Insurance 
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Your Network

  • Part 1: How to Establish Your Network
  • Part 2: Be Better than the Competition
  • Part 3: Allies
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Your Clients

  • Part 1: Taking Care of the Client 
  • Part 2: Communication
  • Part 3: Client Relationships
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Important Concerns

  • Part 1: Roles and Responsibilities 
  • Part 2: Realistic Goals
  • Part 3: Transport 
  • Part 4: Backups
  • Part 5: Security
  • Part 6: Venue
  • Part 7: Tips and Tricks
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Children's Party Planner

Module 1: Children Birthday Parties

  • Part 1: How to Plan a Party
  • Part 2: Meeting the Clients
  • Part 3: Select a Location
  • Part 4: Creative Elements
  • Part 6: Picking a Theme
  • Part 5: Skills You Need:
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Finances

  • Part 1: What are the Costs?
  • Part 2: Creating a Budget
  • Part 3: Starting Your Own Business
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Part 6: Start-Up Costs
  • Part 5: Franchising
  • Part 4: Your Business Plan
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Running Your Business

  • Part 1: Setting Up Your Space
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Vendors and Suppliers
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Parties by Age

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 1: Parties by Age Groups
  • Part 2: Keeping them Entertained
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Places to Party

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Outdoor Parties
  • Part 1: Parties at Home
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Themed Parties

  • Part 1: Themed Parties
  • Part 2: Figuring out a favourite theme
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Additional Things to Consider

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 1: The Timelines
  • Part 2: Party Bags
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Special Concerns

  • Part 1: Food Allergies
  • Part 2: Emergency
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Let’s Party!

  • Part 2: Summary
  • Part 1: Starting the Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Keeping It Green

  • Part 1: Utensils
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Location
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Party Planning for Children

  • Part 1: Why do kids make the best guests?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Budget the Event
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Birthday Parties

  • Part 1: Birthday Parties
  • Part 2: How To Organize A Good Birthday Party

Module 13: Parties for Other Occasions

  • Part 1: Parties for Other Occasions

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Parties for Other Occasions
  • Module 13 Assessment

Course 3 - Wedding Planner Business

Module 1 Introducing the Wedding Planning Industry

  • Part 1: Introducing the Wedding Planning Industry
  • Part 2: Wedding Industry Marketing 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Think Like A Planner

  • Part 1: Successful Wedding Planner Characteristics
  • Part 2: Starting Your Wedding Planning Business 
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Folklore, Traditions and Etiquette

  • Part 1: Wedding Folklore
  • Part 2: Etiquette 
  • Part 3: The Wedding Itself
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Developing a Wedding Theme

  • Part 1: Wedding Styles
  • Part 2: Wedding Themes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Locations for Ceremony and Reception

  • Part 1: Site Suggestions
  • Part 2: Outdoor Weddings
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 The Psychology of A Bride

  • Part 1: The Psychology of A Bride
  • Part 2: Four Basic Decision Styles
  • Part 3: “Bridezillas” 
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Client Consultations

  • Part 1: Client Consultations
  • Part 2: Questions the Prospective Client May Ask
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Preparing a Wedding Budget

  • Part 1: Preparing a Wedding Budget
  • Part 2: Average Wedding Costs 
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 Wedding Catering

  • Wedding Catering
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Flowers & Décor

  • Part 1: Flowers
  • Part 2: Wedding Bouquets 
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Music & Entertainment

  • Part 1: Location Considerations
  • Part 2: Ceremony Music 
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Photographer & Videographer

  • Part 1: Photography
  • Part 2: Videography 
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Before the Wedding

  • Part 1: Selecting the Transportation
  • Part 2: Your Role 
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 The Ceremony

  • The Ceremony
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 The Reception

  • The Reception

  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 4 - Floristry

Module 1: Floristry

  • Part 1: Introduction to Floristry
  • Part 2: Benefits of a Career in Floristry
  • Part 3: Knowledge
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Floral Arrangements

  • Part 1: Creating Floral Arrangements
  • Part 2: Maintaining Flowers
  • Part 3: Flowers, Greens and Plants
  • Part 4: Plants You Should Know
  • Part 5: Colour and Design
  • Part 6: Arrangements
  • Part 7: Container Arrangements
  • Part 8: Corsages and Boutonnieres
  • Video: Making a buttonhole
  • Part 9: Basket Gardens
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Weddings

  • Part 1: Wedding Flowers
  • Part 2: Making Arrangements
  • Part 3: Meeting with Clients
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Your Own Shop

  • Part 1: Starting Your Own Shop
  • Part 2: Buying an Established Shop
  • Part 3: Opening a New Shop
  • Part 4: Getting Started
  • Part 5: Name and Logo
  • Part 6: Types of Delivery Services
  • Part 7: Essential Equipment
  • Part 8: Layout and Maintenance
  • Part 9: Wholesalers and Suppliers
  • Part 10: Choosing Materials
  • Part 11: Advance and Standing Orders
  • Part 12: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Customers

  • Part 1: Getting Customers
  • Part 2: Keeping Customers
  • Part 3: Walk-in Customers
  • Part 4: Phone Customers
  • Part 5: Online Customers
  • Part 6: Corporate Flowers
  • Part 7: Hotels and Restaurants
  • Part 8: Flowers in Government Offices
  • Part 9: Flowers in Hospitals
  • Part 10: Funeral Homes
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Part 3: Promotional Tools
  • Part 4: Trade Shows and Events
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 5 - Cake Making Business

 

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Registering, Licences and Insurance
  • Part 2: Deciding on a Business Structure
  • Part 3: Choosing a Name for Your Cake Making Business
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Setting Up

  • Part 1: Workspace and Equipment
  • Part 2: Managing Your Money
  • Part 3: Developing a Website
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Finding Your Niche

  • Part 1: How to Find Your Niche
  • Part 2: Designing a Product Line
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Preparing for Market

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Products
  • Part 2: Developing a Marketing Plan
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Nurturing Clients

  • Part 1: How to Find Customers
  • Part 2: Online Ways to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Selling at Markets and Fairs
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Recipes

  • Part 1: Basic Recipes

  • Part 1.1: Making Chocolate Sponge
  • Part 1.2: Making Buttercream
  • Part 2: Advanced Recipes
  • Part 3: Decorating Your Cake
  • Part 3.1: Decorating a Two-Tier Cake
  • Part 3.2: Creating a Decorative Bowl

Course 6 - Business Management with Accountancy

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 7 - Public Speaking

Module 1 - Introduction to Public Speaking

  • Part 1: History of public speaking
  • Part 2: Where is Public Speaking Used?
  • Part 3: Benefits of Public Speaking
  • Part 4: Types of Public Speaking
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Public Speakers

  • Part 1: The Objectives
  • Part 2: The Skills
  • Part 3: The Tools
  • Part 4: Public Speakers and Society
  • Part 5: Challenges Faced by a Public Speaker
  • Part 6: Ethics of the Profession
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Training and Education

  • Part 1: Training Objectives
  • Part 2: Joining a Club
  • Part 3: Training Agencies
  • Part 4: Do You Need A Degree?
  • Part 5: Videos
  • Part 6: Speaker’s Bureau
  • Part 7: Reading Material
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Preparation

  • Part 1: How to Write a Good Speech?
  • Part 2: Preparing a Non-Linear Presentation
  • Part 3: Meditation and Exercise
  • Part 4: Look Sharp
  • Part 5: Know Your Material
  • Part 6: Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Part 7: Creating Effective Support Materials
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Presentation

  • Part 1: Visualise
  • Part 2: What’s Your Style?
  • Part 3: Being Entertaining
  • Part 4: Dealing with Nerves
  • Part 5: Body Language
  • Part 6: Keeping Them Engaged
  • Part 7: Myths and Rules about Presenting
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Public Speaking in Your Profession

  • Part 1: Making Presentations at Conferences
  • Part 2: Pitching Crucial Client Presentations
  • Part 3: Talking to the Public or the Media
  • Part 4: Sales Presentations
  • Part 5: Call to Action
  • Part 6: Boardroom Presentations
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Your Network

  • Part 1: National and International Organisations
  • Part 2: How to Build a Strong Network
  • Part 3: How to Establish Your Name
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Tips and Tricks

  • Part 1: Using Personal Disclosure

  • Part 2: Find a Good Influence
  • Part 3: Know Your Audience
  • Part 4: Talk Like a Leader
  • Part 5: Turning Your Errors to Advantages
  • Part 6: Convincing Power
  • Part 7: Start and Finish
  • Part 8: Application Software
  • Part 9: Crowd Manipulation
  • Part 10: Public Speaking Tricks, Especially for Women
  • Part 11: Dealing with Heckling
  • Part 12: Ways of Getting Your Ideas Across
  • Part 13: Making Use of Your Strengths
  • Part 14: Other Tips and Tricks
  • Part 15: What Works Already?
  • Part 16: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 8 - First Aid

Module 1: What is First Aid?

  • Part 1: 7 Step Reaction
  • Part 2: First Aid at Work
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: First On Scene

  • Part 1: First on Scene
  • Part 2: The First Aid Environment
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Initial Patient Contact

  • Part 1: Initial Patient Contact
  • Part 2: CPR Equipment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Choking and Anaphylaxis

  • Part 1: Choking
  • Part 2: Anaphylaxis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Heat and Cold

  • Part 1: Heat
  • Part 2: Hypothermia
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Burns and Scalds

  • Part 1:Burns and Scalds
  • Part 2: When To Go To Hospital
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Bleeding and Shock

  • Part 1: Bleeding
  • Part 2: Shock
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Bone and Tissue Injuries

  • Part 1: Bone and Tissue Injuries
  • Part 2: First Aid
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: First Aid Diploma

  • Part 1: First Aid and the Law
  • Part 2: Medical Emergencies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 9 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 10 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Event Management, Children's Party Planner, Wedding Planner Business, Floristry, Cake Making Business, Business Management with Accountancy, Public Speaking, First Aid, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, and Marketing and PR for Small Businesses in this Bundle

1. Event Management: Start Your Career In Event Management  

For those brave enough this is a highly rewarding career with a great feeling of accomplishment with every successful event completed. The Event Management Course is a great start to that career with all the information and answers you need.

This is a very involved course, covering a lot of information on how to be successful in this career path. This is a brief run down of the course:

Introduction to Event Management

The course starts with an introduction and fact-finding mission that will give you all the answers to your questions about Event Management, including what it involves, what the market is like, and why the role exists.

Managing Events

Whether a concert for hundreds or a tea party for ten, the success of an event is down to planning and implementation. This is the multi-varied role of an Event Manager; being the person responsible for everything surrounding an event: from creating a theme, marketing, organising car parking, setting dates, acquiring necessary permits, running the event itself, organising clean up after the event, and so much more… and of course having fallback plans for every eventuality.

Going in deeper into the role itself, the course moves on to tell you the kind of skills you will need and the sorts of challenges you will face and how to overcome them. It also informs students of additional courses that would be beneficial to study, to improve upon the various skills needed to be an Events Manager, as well as talking through how important budgeting is to the role.

The Events

The events that can require an Events Manager are far-ranging and although many ideas can be carried across various events, each involve different processes and approaches. This section of the course talks through different event types, how each are important, and what would be required in each case. Events discussed include everything from corporate and charity events, to parties, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and even funerals, along with many more.

Technology

As with most businesses, technology now plays a big part in Event Management. This part of the course talks through the importance of staying abreast of updates in technology, as well as how software, apps, online services, and having a website can improve your business and make your life easier.

Marketing Your Company

Good marketing is important to the survival of any company, so the Event Management Course dedicates a chapter to this very topic, giving you the tools you need and the know-how to effectively market your business through a variety of channels.

The Business

This part of the course teaches you how to run the business. This includes how to go about hiring and developing an effective team and how to use different management styles to motivate and develop your team towards well-set targets, it also outlines how to start the business and the assets and procedures that will need to be in place before looking for work.

Your Network

As many events will require the same sort of external services, it is important to create a network of reliable companies or individuals whose involvement with your company will be mutually beneficial. The Event Management Course talks you through who you will need on your team and how you can work together towards the success of both parties.

Your Clients

Without them there is no business. How you build and work on your relationships with clients is one of the most important areas of the business. The course goes into detail about how to be effectual in your communication with clients and how to nurture these relationships.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Event Management Certificate Course takes your natural skills in areas such as organisation and project management and your personal attributes, such as being upbeat and active, and turns them into an enjoyable and rewarding career, all you need is passion.

Whether you have no experience in organizing events or have been in involved in planning events small or large throughout your lifetime, this course will guide you through what you need to be successful in the industry, whether you wish to start a new career or create your own business.

The course will also be of benefit to you if you have an upcoming event that you need to organise or if you regularly organise events but would like to make the process easier and smoother.

2. Children's Party Planner: Learn About How To Successfully Plan & Put Together Parties

This comprehensive course will teach you everything that you need to know about how to successfully plan and put together parties for children, whether its a themed party at home or a party held in a play centre or in a marquee. If you have good organizational skills, work well under pressure and love the excitement of a good party then this career path could be perfect for you. Party planning is an ideal career opportunity for anyone that likes the idea of working from home, running their own business, managing their own time and their own week. If you have children yourself then this type of business can easily be managed around your family commitments and can bring in a very lucrative income if you’re willing to put in the time and commitment to making it a success.

As birthdays and other special events hold a great significance for children and their parents, it’s important to know how to make children feel special and for everyone to feel relaxed on the big day and to have fun. The whole party planning process has become a big business opportunity as party planners are increasingly being hired for parties and special events as parents wish to relieve themselves of the stress and burden of planning the perfect party.

Who would benefit from this course?

People who want to run their own children's party business, events planners would also benefit from this course. Parents who want to create some magic around their own children's parties would also find this course very helpful.

3. Wedding Planner Business: Learn To Start A Successful Wedding Planner Business

Who doesn't love a good wedding? The gowns, the flowers, the food, the music… If you've always loved helping others to plan their special occasions, then this comprehensive Wedding Planner Business Certificate Course is for you.

Let’s plan a wedding!

This powerful course contains everything that you need to learn to start a successful wedding planner business. You’ll be guided through all of the essential steps, be given all the relevant information, and will receive the worksheets, forms, and checklists you need to hit the ground running upon graduation.

In addition, at the end of each learning unit is a Unit Project. This is designed to give you the experience and expertise you need to attract clients right away.

And, what’s even more fun are the Section Assignments. In these, you will practice what you’ve learned in the section as if you were working with an actual bridal client. By the end of this course, you will have planned a virtual wedding from start to finish!

Are you ready to get started?

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

From complete novice to already successful event planner, anyone keen to plan Weddings and make people’s dreams come true, this course is an absolute must!

4. Floristry: Set Up Your Own Floristry Business 

The floristry industry will always be popular as no wedding; christening or special event would be complete without an assortment of beautiful flowers.

This comprehensive online course will teach you everything that you need to know about setting up your own Floristry business.

Floristry is an excellent business that can prove to be extremely profitable if you have the passion and dedication to make it a success. If you love flowers and you’re not worried about putting in the hard work to get things off the ground, then this could be the perfect business for you.

Starting with an introduction to the field along with its pros and cons to help you decide whether or not it is suitable for you. The next Module is dedicated entirely for floral arrangements: what these are, how you can make floral arrangements, what items you will need, what services you need to provide and other details that are important when getting started in floristry.

Moving on, you will learn everything related to wedding and funeral flowers. Weddings and funerals take place no matter what, and neither is complete without flowers. If you want to venture into floristry, you need to know how to cater for the wedding and funeral industries.

The next module is focused on opening up your own shop and will talk about all the things that you need to take care of once you will start your own florist shop, including its logo, supplies, setup fees, location and other things of this sort.

The last two Modules of the course talk about two extremely important tools that will be decisive of the success of your shop: your customers and marketing techniques. The former will educate you on how to attract the attention of your target market towards your flower shop and how to gain and retain the market share. The seventh Module will throw light on the different marketing strategies that can help you coin your name in the field.

Who would benefit from the course?

Anyone who would like to work in the Floristry business, Wedding Florist or other occasion florists. Either working in a florist or setting up your own business. Or anyone who likes to arrange their own flowers for themselves and others.

5. Cake Making Business: Learn To Master The Fundamentals Of The Cake-Making Business

If you love making cakes and you’ve had people say “You should sell these!” then why don’t you? From this course you’ll master the fundamentals of business, from the logistics of setting up to creating a business plan, pricing your products and figuring out how best to market your delicious offerings. New to cake-making? No problem, the course also offers several basic to advanced recipes for you to try out!

Setting up your own business can be an exciting time, but it can also be quite daunting when you are faced with the legalities, different types of business structure, forming an effective business plan, and even deciding on a name! The Cake Making Business Certificate Course simplifies these processes, taking you step-by-step through each, using simple language that anyone can understand.

Before opening your doors, you need to make sure you have all the practicalities sorted out. The course runs through all the equipment and types of workspaces you will need to work effectively and efficiently for the kind of business you are running. You will learn how to manage your money and the importance of having a website, even if you don’t intend to sell online, and what this should include.

As with any business, it’s important to create a niche product – something that you specialise in and are known for being the best at and can become the go-to business for that product. The Cake Making Business Certificate Course discusses the importance of having a niche and how to go about finding yours. Part of this will involve competitor analysis, possible upskilling, creating a product line, and understanding the importance of sourcing great ingredients, even if they cost a little more and money is tight. The course also offers several suggestions for niches that could work for you or that may inspire you to find your own.

With all the paperwork out of the way, your business set up, and your niche chosen and perfected; it’s time to sell, but how? You’ll learn how to work out what you should be selling your cakes for to make a profit without pricing yourself out of the market. The course also explains how to develop a goal-driven marketing plan that you can monitor and the considerations you need to make when choosing packaging for your delicious treats

Who would benefit from this course?

The purpose of this course is to give cake-makers a practical guide to creating a business. You will receive guidance through each area of setting up, running, and growing a successful cake-selling business.

Cake-making newcomers who would like to begin their journey from creating their first cake to establishing a thriving business are also welcome. The course includes several basic to advanced recipes and techniques, which will take you through making various types of cakes before you move on to create a business selling them.

6. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

  • Set up your business
  • Manage people
  • Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.

7. Public Speaking: Learn How To Be Able To Speak In Public With Confidence

Maybe you're delivering a corporate presentation or interviewing for a new job. Maybe you're a teacher lecturing students or a citizen addressing a neighbourhood association.

Whatever the situation, being able to speak in public is essential to success. Many of us have a deep fear of public speaking. Or we think it’s just an intuitive talent that can’t be learned… this couldn’t be further than the truth!

Explorations of public speaking are often bogged down in complex rhetorical terms. This course has been designed to make the ‘The Art of Public Speaking’ accessible to everyone. In order to do this, the course takes you through each of the three key components of successful public speaking.

  •  How to prepare for public speaking
  •  How to craft a great speech
  •  How to handle your audience

Practical Advice to Help You in Any Situation

The Art of Public Speaking, though rooted in rich history, is packed with practical advice. Here are just three of the tips you’ll find:

  • Speak from personal knowledge: Use personal experiences to allow your audience to better connect with you. In polite conversation, talking about yourself is frowned upon; in public speaking, it’s essential.
  • Organise your facts into a story: When drafting a speech, find the underlying stories in your topic and organise your information around these stories. You’ll find it easier to remember your speech, and your audience will engage more with your message.
  • Weave familiar references into your speech: Using familiar quotations when addressing your audience can establish a common ground. They may not be your words but, when used sparingly, they can infuse your speech with added power.

8. First Aid: Learn Practical Capabilities For Medical Emergencies 

First aid training will equip you with the awareness and practical capabilities of how to react if the worst happens. It’s the knowledge of how to help someone that collapses, cuts themselves, gets hurt in an emergency situation or finds themselves in a medical emergency.

The first module of the course introduces the topic and gives helpful information on how to approach an accident, injured person, or someone in need of help. This module also covers the commitment that places of work have, to have employees trained in first aid.

Touched upon in the proceeding module, module 2 discusses the role of the person who is first on scene/ the first responder, it also discusses environmental considerations and guides students through some situations that they may find themselves in. Also outlined here is what you should have in a basic first aid kit and what a natural or holistic first aid kit should include.

Moving directly on from module 2, module 3 shows you how to assess a patient and talks through how to perform CPR on adults, children, and infants. Also taught is: how to correctly monitor a pulse, how to get someone into the recovery position and why you would do this, and when a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) should be used.

Each of the modules 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the First Aid Course go into specific areas of first aid, discussing when and how treatment should be given and in which situation you would not use certain techniques to treat a patient. These are the practical modules that give you step-by-step instruction on how to assess a patient and give relevant care to patients suffering from: choking and anaphylaxis, heat and cold conditions, burns and scalds, bleeding and shock, or bone and tissue injuries.

Module 9 summarises what has been learnt in the previous modules, whilst also teaching what to do in a medical emergency and discussing first aid in the context of the law.

Who would benefit from the course?

Everyone in the world would benefit from studying the First Aid Certificate Course. The information within is literally a matter of life and death and though we may not always need to use the knowledge, and hopefully we won’t, it’s a great education to have. The First Aid Certificate Course is suitable for just about everyone. We all hope that we would never have need for first aid knowledge but at some point in life we generally do, whether it tending to a small graze or cut and knowing how to properly clean and bandage the wound, to recognising the symptoms of a heart attack, how to aid the sufferer, and potentially saving a life. These are skills everyone should have.

More specifically the course would benefit those who are around other people as part of their profession, for example, care and social workers.

9. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

10. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

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The Ultimate Event Management 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Event Management

Module 1: Introduction to Event Management

  • Part 1: Introduction 
  • Part 2: Why Develop a Career in Event Management? 
  • Part 3: Why Do People Need Event Managers? 
  • Part 4: Sustainable Event Management
  • Part 5: Summary 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Managing Events

  • Part 1: What Qualities Do You Need? 
  • Part 2: What challenges will you face? 
  • Part 3: Challenges for Event Managers
  • Part 4: Education and Training
  • Part 5: Budget
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Events

  • Part 1: Types of Events
  • Part 2: Funerals 
  • Part 3: Bar Mitzvahs and Bat Mitzvahs 
  • Part 4: Weddings 
  • Part 5: Parties 
  • Part 6: Charity Events
  • Part 7: Housewarming/Open House
  • Part 8: Other Events
  • Part 9: Summary 
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Technology

  • Part 1: What is Quality?
  • Part 2: Innovation 
  • Part 3: Event Management Software
  • Part 4: Apps for Event Management
  • Part 5: Developing a Website 
  • Part 6: Online Event Management
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Marketing Your Company

  • Part 1: Marketing Tools 
  • Part 2: Advertising Your Company 
  • Part 3: The Media 
  • Part 4: Summary 
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Business

  • Part 1: Managing the Team 
  • Part 2: Recruitment 
  • Part 3: Leadership 
  • Part 4: Start-up Cost
  • Part 5: Legal Matters
  • Part 6: Insurance 
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Your Network

  • Part 1: How to Establish Your Network
  • Part 2: Be Better than the Competition
  • Part 3: Allies
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Your Clients

  • Part 1: Taking Care of the Client 
  • Part 2: Communication
  • Part 3: Client Relationships
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Important Concerns

  • Part 1: Roles and Responsibilities 
  • Part 2: Realistic Goals
  • Part 3: Transport 
  • Part 4: Backups
  • Part 5: Security
  • Part 6: Venue
  • Part 7: Tips and Tricks
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Children's Party Planner

Module 1: Children Birthday Parties

  • Part 1: How to Plan a Party
  • Part 2: Meeting the Clients
  • Part 3: Select a Location
  • Part 4: Creative Elements
  • Part 6: Picking a Theme
  • Part 5: Skills You Need:
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Finances

  • Part 1: What are the Costs?
  • Part 2: Creating a Budget
  • Part 3: Starting Your Own Business
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Part 6: Start-Up Costs
  • Part 5: Franchising
  • Part 4: Your Business Plan
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Running Your Business

  • Part 1: Setting Up Your Space
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Vendors and Suppliers
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Parties by Age

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 1: Parties by Age Groups
  • Part 2: Keeping them Entertained
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Places to Party

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Outdoor Parties
  • Part 1: Parties at Home
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Themed Parties

  • Part 1: Themed Parties
  • Part 2: Figuring out a favourite theme
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Additional Things to Consider

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 1: The Timelines
  • Part 2: Party Bags
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Special Concerns

  • Part 1: Food Allergies
  • Part 2: Emergency
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Let’s Party!

  • Part 2: Summary
  • Part 1: Starting the Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Keeping It Green

  • Part 1: Utensils
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Location
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Party Planning for Children

  • Part 1: Why do kids make the best guests?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Budget the Event
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Birthday Parties

  • Part 1: Birthday Parties
  • Part 2: How To Organize A Good Birthday Party

Module 13: Parties for Other Occasions

  • Part 1: Parties for Other Occasions

  • Part 3: Summary
  • Part 2: Parties for Other Occasions
  • Module 13 Assessment

Course 3 - Wedding Planner Business

Module 1 Introducing the Wedding Planning Industry

  • Part 1: Introducing the Wedding Planning Industry
  • Part 2: Wedding Industry Marketing 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Think Like A Planner

  • Part 1: Successful Wedding Planner Characteristics
  • Part 2: Starting Your Wedding Planning Business 
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Folklore, Traditions and Etiquette

  • Part 1: Wedding Folklore
  • Part 2: Etiquette 
  • Part 3: The Wedding Itself
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Developing a Wedding Theme

  • Part 1: Wedding Styles
  • Part 2: Wedding Themes
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Locations for Ceremony and Reception

  • Part 1: Site Suggestions
  • Part 2: Outdoor Weddings
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 The Psychology of A Bride

  • Part 1: The Psychology of A Bride
  • Part 2: Four Basic Decision Styles
  • Part 3: “Bridezillas” 
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Client Consultations

  • Part 1: Client Consultations
  • Part 2: Questions the Prospective Client May Ask
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Preparing a Wedding Budget

  • Part 1: Preparing a Wedding Budget
  • Part 2: Average Wedding Costs 
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 Wedding Catering

  • Wedding Catering
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 Flowers & Décor

  • Part 1: Flowers
  • Part 2: Wedding Bouquets 
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 Music & Entertainment

  • Part 1: Location Considerations
  • Part 2: Ceremony Music 
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12 Photographer & Videographer

  • Part 1: Photography
  • Part 2: Videography 
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13 Before the Wedding

  • Part 1: Selecting the Transportation
  • Part 2: Your Role 
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14 The Ceremony

  • The Ceremony
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15 The Reception

  • The Reception

  • Module 15 Assessment

Course 4 - Floristry

Module 1: Floristry

  • Part 1: Introduction to Floristry
  • Part 2: Benefits of a Career in Floristry
  • Part 3: Knowledge
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Floral Arrangements

  • Part 1: Creating Floral Arrangements
  • Part 2: Maintaining Flowers
  • Part 3: Flowers, Greens and Plants
  • Part 4: Plants You Should Know
  • Part 5: Colour and Design
  • Part 6: Arrangements
  • Part 7: Container Arrangements
  • Part 8: Corsages and Boutonnieres
  • Video: Making a buttonhole
  • Part 9: Basket Gardens
  • Part 10: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Weddings

  • Part 1: Wedding Flowers
  • Part 2: Making Arrangements
  • Part 3: Meeting with Clients
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Your Own Shop

  • Part 1: Starting Your Own Shop
  • Part 2: Buying an Established Shop
  • Part 3: Opening a New Shop
  • Part 4: Getting Started
  • Part 5: Name and Logo
  • Part 6: Types of Delivery Services
  • Part 7: Essential Equipment
  • Part 8: Layout and Maintenance
  • Part 9: Wholesalers and Suppliers
  • Part 10: Choosing Materials
  • Part 11: Advance and Standing Orders
  • Part 12: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Customers

  • Part 1: Getting Customers
  • Part 2: Keeping Customers
  • Part 3: Walk-in Customers
  • Part 4: Phone Customers
  • Part 5: Online Customers
  • Part 6: Corporate Flowers
  • Part 7: Hotels and Restaurants
  • Part 8: Flowers in Government Offices
  • Part 9: Flowers in Hospitals
  • Part 10: Funeral Homes
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Marketing

  • Part 1: Marketing Your Business
  • Part 2: Advertising
  • Part 3: Promotional Tools
  • Part 4: Trade Shows and Events
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 5 - Cake Making Business

 

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Registering, Licences and Insurance
  • Part 2: Deciding on a Business Structure
  • Part 3: Choosing a Name for Your Cake Making Business
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Setting Up

  • Part 1: Workspace and Equipment
  • Part 2: Managing Your Money
  • Part 3: Developing a Website
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Finding Your Niche

  • Part 1: How to Find Your Niche
  • Part 2: Designing a Product Line
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Preparing for Market

  • Part 1: Pricing Your Products
  • Part 2: Developing a Marketing Plan
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Nurturing Clients

  • Part 1: How to Find Customers
  • Part 2: Online Ways to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Selling at Markets and Fairs
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Recipes

  • Part 1: Basic Recipes

  • Part 1.1: Making Chocolate Sponge
  • Part 1.2: Making Buttercream
  • Part 2: Advanced Recipes
  • Part 3: Decorating Your Cake
  • Part 3.1: Decorating a Two-Tier Cake
  • Part 3.2: Creating a Decorative Bowl

Course 6 - Business Management with Accountancy

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 7 - Public Speaking

Module 1 - Introduction to Public Speaking

  • Part 1: History of public speaking
  • Part 2: Where is Public Speaking Used?
  • Part 3: Benefits of Public Speaking
  • Part 4: Types of Public Speaking
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Public Speakers

  • Part 1: The Objectives
  • Part 2: The Skills
  • Part 3: The Tools
  • Part 4: Public Speakers and Society
  • Part 5: Challenges Faced by a Public Speaker
  • Part 6: Ethics of the Profession
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Training and Education

  • Part 1: Training Objectives
  • Part 2: Joining a Club
  • Part 3: Training Agencies
  • Part 4: Do You Need A Degree?
  • Part 5: Videos
  • Part 6: Speaker’s Bureau
  • Part 7: Reading Material
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Preparation

  • Part 1: How to Write a Good Speech?
  • Part 2: Preparing a Non-Linear Presentation
  • Part 3: Meditation and Exercise
  • Part 4: Look Sharp
  • Part 5: Know Your Material
  • Part 6: Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Part 7: Creating Effective Support Materials
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Presentation

  • Part 1: Visualise
  • Part 2: What’s Your Style?
  • Part 3: Being Entertaining
  • Part 4: Dealing with Nerves
  • Part 5: Body Language
  • Part 6: Keeping Them Engaged
  • Part 7: Myths and Rules about Presenting
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Public Speaking in Your Profession

  • Part 1: Making Presentations at Conferences
  • Part 2: Pitching Crucial Client Presentations
  • Part 3: Talking to the Public or the Media
  • Part 4: Sales Presentations
  • Part 5: Call to Action
  • Part 6: Boardroom Presentations
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Your Network

  • Part 1: National and International Organisations
  • Part 2: How to Build a Strong Network
  • Part 3: How to Establish Your Name
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Tips and Tricks

  • Part 1: Using Personal Disclosure

  • Part 2: Find a Good Influence
  • Part 3: Know Your Audience
  • Part 4: Talk Like a Leader
  • Part 5: Turning Your Errors to Advantages
  • Part 6: Convincing Power
  • Part 7: Start and Finish
  • Part 8: Application Software
  • Part 9: Crowd Manipulation
  • Part 10: Public Speaking Tricks, Especially for Women
  • Part 11: Dealing with Heckling
  • Part 12: Ways of Getting Your Ideas Across
  • Part 13: Making Use of Your Strengths
  • Part 14: Other Tips and Tricks
  • Part 15: What Works Already?
  • Part 16: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 8 - First Aid

Module 1: What is First Aid?

  • Part 1: 7 Step Reaction
  • Part 2: First Aid at Work
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: First On Scene

  • Part 1: First on Scene
  • Part 2: The First Aid Environment
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Initial Patient Contact

  • Part 1: Initial Patient Contact
  • Part 2: CPR Equipment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Choking and Anaphylaxis

  • Part 1: Choking
  • Part 2: Anaphylaxis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Heat and Cold

  • Part 1: Heat
  • Part 2: Hypothermia
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Burns and Scalds

  • Part 1:Burns and Scalds
  • Part 2: When To Go To Hospital
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Bleeding and Shock

  • Part 1: Bleeding
  • Part 2: Shock
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Bone and Tissue Injuries

  • Part 1: Bone and Tissue Injuries
  • Part 2: First Aid
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: First Aid Diploma

  • Part 1: First Aid and the Law
  • Part 2: Medical Emergencies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 9 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 10 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

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  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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