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MOSH adds variety to social media training

MOSH adds variety to social media training

MOSH social media consultants, trainers and experts have increased their social media training options by adding a number of focused 2-hour training modules to complement the full day workshops (Training Camps) that have been running since earlier in the year. The 2 hour modules or ‘speed dating with social media’ are designed to fit into the business day and enable attendees to select the topic which is of most relevance.

According to Jon Randles, Head of Community Management at MOSH, the full day workshops, which cover a range of topics, are information rich but not everyone can spare the time.

The 2 hour modules, by comparison, add a level of excitement because there is no reason why you can’t learn in the morning and launch your own business specific social media platform in the afternoon.

“Our feedback questionnaire uncovered that, for some people, training was valued more highly when scheduled in a way that didn’t require a full day commitment. This more condensed approach also supports a more immediate success route.

By training a small group, on a specific platform, MOSH enables attendees to apply the new knowledge almost immediately. Experiencing a positive outcome first hand within their own business context is a great way to promote the benefits of MOSH training.

“ MOSH now has the broadest range of courses and the flexibility to also undertake in-house training – which is particularly sought after by larger multi disciplinary companies. Our overall aim is to appeal to the broadest possible spectrum of business people wanting to increase their knowledge of social media,” said Mr Randles.

The new modules include Facebook for business, Twitter for business, Facebook campaigns and advertising, the newest and latest Google+ for business plus Linkedin and Pinterest.

The new 2-hour modules are running from 20 November at the company’s Beaumont Street, Auckland headquarters. Modules are $299 each or $249 if more than one is booked at the same time and $199 for any additional friends or staff that attend the same workshop (all ex gst), representing wonderful value for businesses of all sizes.


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