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Training: Social media for professionals 6.4.2017
April 6 @ 17:00 - 20:00
Our theme for the PMI Finland Annual Conference – and whole Spring – is Change! This training event gives you the chance to “change yourself”:
How to use social media as a part your work? Which channels to choose? Where to find time for social media and how to deal with it? What are the roles in social media when using different channels for work?
This training offers answers to all of the questions above and more. The goal is to help you to find the benefits of using social media as a part of your profession and to activate you to participate in an effective way on channels e.g. Twitter, LinkedIn and also blogging.
You will learn how to build your personal brand via different social media channels. With the tips from the social media expert and trainer Piritta Seppälä, Viestintä-Piritta Oy, you are able to create easily your own social media plan. You will also get tips and tricks to social media communication and networking today.
In the training we will focus closely on basics of using Twitter and LinkedIn. Bring along your own device (laptop/tablet) and get ready to step on a new level of being a social media expert – on your own way!
Cost and registration: The training is offered with a subsidized price of 45 eur. We have a limited number of seats available to assure effective learning for all participants. Tickets can be bought clicking here.
NOTE: Remote connection is available, even though the preferred option is to attend on-site.
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Trainer: Piritta Seppälä, Viestintä-Piritta Oy, is experienced digital communication and social media trainer. Her background is with marketing communication and since 2009 she has focused fully on the digital communication and her own company was formed 2010. Her customers include companies and public sector organisations and she has been training several professionals to use social media effectively, from CEO’s to communication pros. She has also written two books concerning social media for non-profits.