Zebra’s Social Media Training Workshops are fun, relaxed and informative. Focusing on industry best practice and practical tools and tips. You will leave with actions to implement straight away.
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Training materials are updated regularly to ensure your training is relevant and backed by research and current thought leadership.
Teaching methods are varied and proven to work with a focus on practical, business-oriented outcomes and effective assessment strategies built in. Training often includes in-session fixes and consultancy. We will always conduct a pre-training consultation.
Choose from on-site corporate training in the comfort of your own workplace or training courses can be arranged at different external venues, if you and your team want to get out of the office.
Zebra has been the preferred training supplier for various council and regional development funded projects throughout Yorkshire during 2015-16.
ABout your trainer
All social media training is delivered personally by Rachel Sutcliffe. Rachel also delivers social media marketing training on behalf of other private training providers in the UK. She has been delivering IT training and teaching for 15 years in both the private and public sectors. Her LinkedIn profile and experience can be accessed here.
Benefits of training with Zebra
- Small groups to maximize the individual attention you receive
- Hands on support during the session enabling quick fixes where appropriate
- Variety of tried and trusted teaching methods used
- All the latest industry knowledge and advice
- Follow up support available where required
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You can also contact Zebra for training in a range of business and management topics: Communication Skills, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Leadership, Effective Team-Working and Change Management.
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