Digital Skills Training - Technology Coaching, partnered with facebook
This FREE programme specifically targets young people between the ages of 18 and 30 who are either in education, left education, underemployed , employed and wish to remain meaningfully employed or looking to take that next step in their career.
The course will support individuals to improve their existing or learn new skills to help them success professionally or personally (or both) in the digital economy and future digital workforce
31st July 2019
Each workshop is usually 4 hours long and consists of three 70 minute modules, made up of these 6 topics.
- Social Marketing,
- Web presence,
- Cyber Security,
- Artificial Intelligence,
- Making decisions with data.
The workshops are interactive and fun, with soft skills embedded into the learning outcomes. And every attendee will receive a Facebook Certification after completing the workshop and their future workforce model, that they can use to help them in their current role, or when looking for a job.
Soft Skills are interwoven through the workshop. Including innovation, resilience, self-leadership, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, team work and many more.
Register to attend a workshop:
• Click below to check out our Events page for all our upcoming workshops that are currently scheduled around Scotland • This option is for individuals wanting to attend a Facebook Digital Skills Training, that is not specifically delivered in your company organisation • These sessions are being scheduled all the time, so it’s best to keep checking the events page, for future events.
Book a workshop on behalf of your organisation:
• Click below to book a session at your company or organisation • This option is for businesses and organisations that are looking for us to deliver the training for multiple attendees • The form to complete, allows us to understand specifically what requirements you need, including amount of attendees, what modules you would like to learn, date, time, and workshop scheduling.
Full details can be seen in the PDF attachment below.