The Alchemy Partnership launches digital marketing course for event professionals

The Alchemy Partnership has launched a ten-week evening course in London for events professionals looking to improve their digital marketing skills.

The Alchemy Partnership founder, Izania Downie
The Alchemy Partnership founder, Izania Downie

The course will run every Tuesday evening from 14 April until 16 June and offers a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing, accredited by the Digital Marketing Institute.

Each class will last three hours and covers ten different digital marketing modules. Lessons cover email, PPC, SEO, display, mobile, social and analytics and give students the opportunity to put together a digital strategy for their own business.

The Alchemy Partnership founder, Izania Downie, said: "We are delighted to be able offer our digital bootcamp spread out over ten consecutive evening classes. For anyone unable to commit to a week out of the office, this is the perfect alternative for improving practical digital skills."

The ten-week evening course runs alongside Alchemy’s Digital Diploma Bootcamp, which covers the ten-week course in five days.

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