Courses in Ireland or ONLINE: garantee of good results
We are working with the Irish Academy of Public Relations (Dublin), so as to offer interesting courses recognized by international companies due to their professionalism and academic level. These courses give sound theory, lots of practice, and consider the new needs of the market and edge technology in Europe, Latin-America, U.S.A. and Asia. Some of these courses can be done ONLINE, at competitive prices.
Please check the list below with courses and links to interesting information and prices.
þ Certificate in Journalism (Certificado en
Have you any idea what it’s like to see your own by-line in a newspaper or magazine? It is magic! Nothing beats the satisfaction of seeing your name in print and knowing that everyone who buys the paper or subscribes online will be reading what you have written. Whether its news, a feature article or an opinion piece, they are reading your words. And don’t forget that once you have the know-how, you can travel the world reporting the news. Journalism is a global career option. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Certificate in Journalism course. Click on the link below:
þ Certificate in Online Marketing & PR (Marketing y Relaciones Públicas)
Do you have any idea of the power of social media when used for PR and Marketing purposes? Could you advise an organization on the benefits (and pitfalls) of developing a Facebook profile? How is LinkedIn used? Should your business have a Google+ presence? Do you use Pinterest? Why should you tweet or blog or share photos/videos? Social media has not replaced traditional media, it has joined it. Online Marketing & PR generates interest in you. It can elevate your status as an industry ‘expert’. It opens communications channels with your clients and customers. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Certificate in Online Public Relations and Marketing course. Click on the link below:
þ Certificate in Public Relations (Relaciones Públicas, en español o en inglés)
Ever thought about working in Public Relations? It’s a very dynamic industry. Your days will always be varied. You might be briefing clients about how to handle crisis PR or issuing press releases to attract media attention. You could be co-ordinating creative ideas and booking photographers for photo-shoots, or pitching ideas and scripts for television programmes and corporate videos. You might be working with business, financial, political or celebrity clients - or possibly a mix of all. You could be organising and attending functions. You might be travelling a lot, depending on the type of PR you get into. You could be the spokesperson for the organisation which means that you are the person who is interviewed on radio and television. You will live with a mobile phone permanently switched on so that media can reach you when it suits them. If you are looking for a fast-paced, dynamic, varied and interesting career in communications, then look no further than Public Relations. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Certificate in Public Relations course. Click on the link below:
þ Certificate in English Grammar (Gramática inglesa)
Have you ever looked at a sentence and known that it was wrong, but didn't know why? If so, you need to understand the structure of sentences. The idea of structure applies everywhere. If you want to put your thoughts into a language, to be able to communicate with other people, you must use the structure of the language, the rules that allow the words to make sense That is what grammar is about It means knowing the function of each word in a sentence. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Certificate in English Grammar course. Click on the link below:
þ Diploma in Event Management (Gestión de eventos)
Are you a good organiser? Do you enjoy planning? Do you pay attention to the little details that make all the difference? Are you always on the lookout for new ideas? If so – then perhaps you should consider a career in Event Management. Event management is about organising functions – large ones and small ones. It’s about working with caterers and fashion agents and marquee providers. It’s about booking bands, clowns and balloons. It's about sourcing flowers made from vegetables, and cakes made from ice. Event management is also about planning and co-ordination. Understanding health and safety legislation. Knowing when you need licences or special permissions. Mostly, Event Management is about making creative ideas come to life and doing so professionally. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Diploma in Event Management course. Click on the link below:
þ Diploma in Radio Journalism (Periodismo Radial)
Being a radio journalist is still one of the best ways to get the news to the average person. In every car, in restaurants, cafes, waiting rooms and workplaces around the world, and through podcasts and live streams online, people continue to listen to the radio and rely on it to find out what's going on in the world. If you are interested in working in the media, reporting the news or being the one to discover important stories, radio is one of the most viable routes you can take. From full-time reporter to freelancer, from documentary producer to correspondent – radio journalism is a vibrant, interesting and fulfilling career. If you want to learn more, we recommend that you study the Irish Academy’s Diploma in Radio Journalism course.
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