As the content marketing industry is developing at such a rapid pace, it’s vital that CMA members and non-members keep up to date with staff training and education, so we provide a number of training sessions, to educate and inspire those working in the content marketing industry.
Please see full course details below and also details of all our upcoming courses for 2017 and beyond!
If you have any questions about any of our training courses please contact:
Our digital training programmes provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of effective digital content marketing.
Upcoming Course Modules & Dates
Social Media ROI & Content Marketing – Course date 28th Feb 2017
Eventbrite is an online self-service ticketing platform available for anyone around the world to manage, sell and promote tickets to their events. Mark regularly writes and speaks about the events industry, technology and marketing. You can read more at the Eventbrite blog, follow on Twitter or Facebook and connect on LinkedIn.
Copywriting for Digital Media – Course date: 13th March 2017
Digital content strategy & planning – Course date: 15th March 2017
Tim Tucker, Consultant & Digital Marketing Content Strategist
Tim is an independent digital content marketing strategist and user experience specialist. He is a regular consultant for the Content Marketing Association, planning and delivering monthly digital breakfast events in London.
Tim started his career in print media, working as a journalist and editor at Future Publishing across a range of specialist interest sectors, including video games, music-making, photography, computing and technology.
Better Writing Course – Course dates: 4th & 11th April 2017
Dominic Mills, Consultant Editor, The CMA
Former Campaign editor and editorial director Dominic Mills has been a business journalist for more than 25 years.
Now he writes the weekly ‘Mills on Monday’ column for Mediatel’s Newsline, teaches senior executives how to write better, chairs 20+ conferences a year for organisations including Mediatel, ISBA, the IAB and the IPA and ghost writes for senior executives in the media industry. Dominic is a consultant editor for the Content Marketing Association and the IPA, he does pitch work for content agencies as well as teaching at Roehampton University where he is Honorary Professor of Journalism. Before all that, he was group editorial director for Haymarket Business Publishing, and worked for Reuters. For ten years he wrote a weekly column for The Daily Telegraph.
How to Book
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“2016 is the year of Video Explosion! It was great to Share Professional thoughts about online Video in the world of mobile and social. Our Clients will benefit from these insights!’ Rudi Kobza, Owner, Kobza
“The trainer really knew his stuff and managed to cover so much in a single day. The topics he covered were really interesting and insightful. Looking forward to applying some of his tips and theories to practice.” Francesco Agresti, Video Producer, Kaplan International
“Thoroughly enjoyable session, Lots of great information and insight to take back to the team.” Sarah Deane, Marketing Assistant, Zurich Municipal
“Loved the scientific results driven approach to online video marketing” Justine Ragany, Content Director, Sonder
“Well organised and highly informative training on digital marketing, in a great location” Sarah Williams, Content Marketing Manager, Bloomsbury
“An excellent overview on how best to approach online video” Danny Brogan, Editor, Spafax
“Stephen is a hugely charismatic and entertaining speaker and I could listen to him all day. Literally. He comes at content from an original and very compelling angle and you can see the results in the great work he has been behind.” Kath Hipwell, Head of Content Strategy, Red Bee
“Stephen was fantastic. He was engaging, had great examples and covered a huge spread of topics that were both interesting and applicable.” Helen Cassidy, Account Director, Think