Workshops are right for you if you:
• Can only spare a morning
• Need a taster session before you make a big business decision
• Want to learn knowledge and skills you can use in your business straight away
They give you enough information to get you started.
Choose whatever your business needs most from Social Media Beginnings for Business to “How free tools from Google can help your Business”.
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In this workshop you will discover why you should consider social media to help market your business; how social media can benefit your business sales & branding; what each of the major social media applications is, and what they are especially useful for; how to begin to plan a marketing strategy for social media; what to do next to get going on social media.
Each workshop concentrates on 1 of the BIG 4 social networks – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. We start with setting up an account, we look at the first 5 simple steps to success on these networks and we get you started so you have the confidence and skills to continue to use them in your own business at the end of the session.
We work through the 4 simple steps to delivering a powerful presentation : Planning, Delivery, visuals such as PowerPoint slides, and the Call to action at the end. We introduce you to 5 simple tips that will transform your business presentations
Google has lots of free or low-cost tools we can use for business. Learn how you can streamline your business with a few easy to use tools from Google.
In this workshop you will learn 5 simple tools for using Word, Excel and Outlook to give your business the professional polished look and feel.
We come to you & train your staff in your environment, using your systems to meet your individual business needs.
Clinics – where we run sessions 1 on 1 with individuals during the day to answer their specific queries or problems.
Courses & workshops – where your T&D manager and Rosie-Learning agree the business needs and design a course for your staff based around a specific business need. The impact of the training is then assessed.