THIS COURSE IS NOW CLOSED BUT WILL REOPEN IN SEPTEMBER

sign up to our newsletter here to make sure you don’t miss the new dates

Unsure where to start with social media for your school?

You know that social media would be a great way to engage current parents and attract new students but you’re unsure where to start. You’re concerned that you don’t have the time or the resources to take on more but you know social media is important.

Jennifer will take you step by step through proven techniques you can use to plan and implement social media for your school.

“Very clear direction on how to use social media purposefully and strategically.” Delegate, ADMIS 2014

Spend the day at Wallace Space, London and leave with everything you need to enjoy social media success for your school.

Book before 26th June and enjoy a £100 discount


Course Outline

Strategy Success with social media is not about jumping on every new bandwagon but on evaluating each network and planning accordingly. Creating a social media strategy enables you to concentrate your time and resources where they will have the most positive impact.
Twitter Journalists rely on twitter to find qualified quotes and interviewees. You can learn how best to use it to build better relationships with journalists, bloggers and parents.
Facebook By far the largest of the social networks, we can use Facebook to target not only geographically but by specific interest and education. In this course you will learn how to tailor your communications to reach your target audience and achieve your goals.
LinkedIn The professional network, this is where you can showcase not only your schools achievements but the expertise of your staff. Learn the best way to present staff profiles and company pages.
Content Creation Learn how best to maximise the equipment and content opportunities you have at your disposal. Jennifer will give you picture, video and audio creation and editing tips to ensure you have everything you need to succeed on social media.


Sell Tickets Online through Eventbrite
Jennifer D BeggSocial Media for Schools