|Qualification||Proficiency Award 2|
|Payment Options||Upfront & Payment Plans|
|Delivery||Online & Correspondence|
As more business move to an online presence, knowledge of how to market online is becomeing increasing valuable. This course will help you develop an exciting mix of skills in I.T. and marketing, which are in high demand world wide. Ecommerce is a must have skill for managers in any industry not just IT because all businesses now use the world wide web as another point of sale. To successfully sell on the web knowledge of the way business and marketing goes on the web is a must have.
This course consists of 15 modules which are comprised of a blend of practical programming and web development as well marketing, ecommerce and graphics courses designed to equipe you with the diverse skills required for online business.
Accreditation: This course is internationally accredited through I.A.R.C
The course involves 15 modules including 100 hrs Industry Meetings/Work Experience
Industry Meetings involves attendance at committee meetings, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, or any other events that are relevant. The student needs to submit documentary proof of attendance (eg. references, testimonials, receipts etc)
|Core Modules||These modules provide foundation knowledge for the Proficiency Award 2 In E Commerce.|
|Industry Project BIP000|
|Bookkeeping Foundations BBS103|
|E Commerce BIT100|
|Freelance Writing BWR102|
|Html (Writing a Website) VIT102|
|Marketing Foundations VBS109|
|Sales Management BBS102|
|Advertising and Promotions BBS202|
|Digital Photography BPH202|
|Graphic Design BIT205|
|Information Security BIT203|
|Internet Marketing BIT204|
|Marketing Systems BBS303|
|Elective Modules||In addition to the core modules, students study any 2 of the following 7 modules.|
|Publishing I BWR107|
|Research Project I BGN102|
|Visual Basic.Net BIT101|
|Photoshop CS - Beginner To Medium Level VIT202|
Note that each module in the Proficiency Award 2 In E Commerce is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.
CONTENT OF SELECTED MODULES
Fourteen modules must be completed as follows + 100 hours work experience/industry meetings or a research project (ie Industry Project)
Module 1. Writing a Web Site (HTML)
Module 2 ASP.net
Module 3 Digital Photography
Module 4 E Commerce
Module 5 Visual Basic.Net
Module 6 Photoshop
Module 7 Publishing I (Introduction to Publishing)
Module 8 Freelance Writing
Module 9 Marketing (Foundations)
Marketing is the cornerstone of most modern businesses. Lack of marketing knowledge is frequently the reason why a good business concept does not succeed. This module deals with all aspects of marketing from presentation and packaging, to advertising and selling, developing in you an acute awareness of what is needed to achieve and maintain a good market share.
Module 10 Sales Management
Module 11 Advertising and Promotions
Module 12 Marketing Systems
Module 13 Bookkeeping Foundations
Module 14 Research Project I
The Research Project involves some theoretical studies followed by designing, conducting and writing up research on a relevant topic. Selection of the topic, and progress in this project is monitored and guided by a tutor.
WHY CHOOSE US?
• Reputation and Experience: using I.T. for all courses since 1982, on the internet since 1992, teaching courses online since 1995, developing our own software with in house progammers since 1998
• Industry focus: courses designed to suit industry needs and expectations
• Different focus: develop problem solving skills that make you stand out from others
• Hands on: develop practical as well as theoretical skills
• Lots of help: dedicated and knowledgeable tutors.
• Efficient: prompt responses to your questions
• Reliable: established in 1979, independent school with a solid history
• Up to date: courses under constant review
• Resources: huge wealth of constantly developing intellectual property
• Value: courses compare very favourably on a cost per study hour basis
• Student amenities: online student room, bookshop, ebooks, acs garden online resources.
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How will this course advance my career?
Learning Cloud programs have been developed in response to industry demand and are specifically designed to equip graduates with work-ready skills. Each participant will be trained and assessed in theory and in practical tasks and Real-world exercises are used throughout the program.
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