Introduction to Email Marketing

Vocational
Sixth Sense Training

Course details

Course description

The course has been designed for people who are currently unemployed, as well as entry-level employees looking to learn more in order to take on more responsibilities and advance their career in online marketing. This course is available online or 1-2-1 Length: Varied, Qualification: Accredited by The CPD Service. This course is designed to help job seekers and employees that are looking to learn email marketing in order to give them an advantage when trying to secure a new job. This course covers the basics of email marketing, as well as how to use email marketing software properly to create effective email marketing campaigns. This can help employers in a variety of sectors market to past customers and new leads and is a great skill for job seekers to add to their CV. The learner will: * Understand requirements for e-mail marketing, * Understand technology used in e-mail marketing, * Be able to run e-mail marketing campaigns. There is tutor support available for online learners who wish to seek further assistance with the course.

Provided by

Sixth Sense Training

01355 698011

Provider website

25 St Bryde Street

East Kilbride

G74 4HQ

Funding

ITA funding available

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry-level requirements for this course. This qualification is ideally suited for learner and job seekers looking to learn email marketing techniques

Course options

Course details

Online

1st Jul 2020 to 1st Jul 2021

Cost: £200.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

ONLINE

Online from participant's location

Online Self Study

Online Self Study

Who to contact

Ellie Gibson

ITA Manager

ita@sixthsense-training.com

01355 698011

Apply for ITA funding

Course details

Short course

1st Jul 2020 to 1st Jul 2021

Cost: £200.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

Sixth Sense Training

25 St Bryde Street

East Kilbride

G74 4HQ

Who to contact

Ellie Gibson

ITA Manager

ita@sixthsense-training.com

01355 698011

Apply for ITA funding