ACS - Community and social media manager _ NWY.1T
Summary & Mission.
The goal of this program is for our students to learn how to use social media platforms for the purposes of marketing and communication. Individuals working in this field must say up-to-date with the constant evolution of these platforms and the increasing tools made available such as community management, brand management, co-creation, risk management, and managing suppliers.
With the integration of Facebook, Instragram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat and Youtube in the workplace, community managers play an important role within all modern enterprises. Brand reputation has become a key issue in an era when most consumers conduct research on the internet prior to making a purchase, and a specialized set of skills will help you stay on top of your company’s image.
All candidates must meet the following conditions :
• Have a high school diploma or equivalent
• Have sufficient competency in English
• Complete the intake interview
589-G01-NS Community Management I (60h)
589-G02-NS Community Management II (45h)
589-G03-NS Communication Marketing and Social Media (60h)
589-G04-NS Search Engine Optimization (SEO) (60h)
589-G05-NS Photography and Photo Editing for a Community (45h)
589-G06-NS Video Production for a Community (45h)
589-G07-NS Professional Integration Project (45h)
Professional in communication and marketing
Social media personality
Any person wishing to improve their mastery of social media platforms (notably recruiters or human resources professionals)
Any professional called to work in a position that requires use of social media.
Any individual with a desire to become a community manager/organizer.
Admission fees : $50 (non-refundable)
Registration fees: $200 (non-refundable)
Tuition fees : Tuition fess vary according to starting session
Designated Learning Institution (DLI)
Our programs are also open to international students and are an affordable way to come to Quebec so you can learn new skills and gain new life experiences. Students who complete the ACS Executive Assistant program will also be eligible to apply for the Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP), allowing them to apply their knowledge into practice.
EED (DLI): O137083107422 - École de management INSA