You’ve just finished your degree, why would you want to carry on studying?
Simply put, it will enhance your skills and knowledge of this profession. In any industry you will be required to continue your training after starting, either officially through courses such as those run by institutes or on-the-job.
The benefit of taking more formal training is that they are more widely recognised and that ‘piece of paper’ can be taken anywhere.
The other added benefit of taking part in these courses is the long-term financial gains. Many find that they are more likely to get promoted and have larger pay increases having gained some sort of training or having become Chartered. This is estimated at 10% more over the course of your career.
The courses that CIM provide can be studied through full or part-time, blended or distance learning and from a number of UK and global locations, offering you flexibility for your studies.
There are six main subject areas which CIM qualifications cover:
- Research & analysis
- Brand management
- People management
- Measuring effectiveness.
All are based around gaining practical skills, rather than theoretical knowledge, to help bring new skills to your role and organisation.
Course available include:
No previous knowledge required –
- Introductory Certificate in Marketing.
Any degree required –
- Professional Certificate in Marketing
- CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing
- CAM Diploma in Managing Digital Media
- Diploma in Tourism Marketing.
Business/marketing degree required –
- Professional Diploma in Marketing
- Chartered Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing
- CAM Diploma in Marketing Communications.
- For more information visit the CIM website.