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4 signs you should work in marketing
Consider yourself creative? Business-savvy? A great communicator? In the field of marketing, you’ll get to flex these skills and more.  Dedicated to the strategic advertisement of brands, goods, and services – the marketing industry offers plenty of diverse career paths for...

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4 steps to starting a career in marketing
If you’ve ever considered a career in marketing, then today is a great day to start working towards that goal. A marketing course can help put you on the path towards a fulfilling career in marketing, as well as allow you to find your marketing niche. Read on to find out how...

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Why marketing skills are needed for any business
In recent statistics, it was found that there were  87,400 Australians   directly employed in the  ‘Advertising and Marketing’  sector  but this doesn’t paint the whole picture of the importance of marketing to Australia’s economy or fully explain why marketing skills are imp...

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7 signs you're ready for a career in digital marketing
If you’re someone that lives and breathes digital media, then you might enjoy working in the world of digital marketing . Digital marketing encompasses any marketing that happens on the Internet – if you’re speaking to customers about your business/your client’s business onli...

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Quick career guides part #10: Marketing careers
Even if you think you know what you would like  your next career step  to be, it is always a good idea from time to time, to have a look at other options. The  Australian government  produces lots of statistics about work and employment, and reading industry blogs can be a gr...

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Social media marketing vs. marketing & communications: which stream should I choose?
Problem-solving. Social presence. Human connection. Elements that arguably comprise the core of the marketing industry – a field in Australia that’s only grown and evolved alongside digital trends in recent years.  Blooming tech developments have spurred the need for spec...

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Marketing Manager
What does a Marketing Manager do? Marketing managers oversee, assess and refine the marketing activities of an organisation in line with company sales goals. Read more about the marketing industry. What are the key skills of a Marketing Manager? Marketing managers are r...

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Marketing Officer
What does a Marketing Officer do? Marketing officers perform tasks related to the maintenance, establishment and enhancement of brand awareness. Read more about the marketing industry. What are the key skills of a Marketing Officer? Marketing officers are responsible fo...

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Digital Marketing Strategist
What does a Digital Marketing Strategist do? Digital marketing strategists assist clients to ascertain how to use the internet to achieve growth and sales objectives. Read more about the marketing industry.   What are the key skills of a Digital Marketing Strategist? ...

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Public Relations Manager
What does a Public Relations Manager do? Public relations managers coordinate activities related to marketing, sales and public relations. These activities include brand management, the monitoring of sales and multi media marketing campaigns.  Read more about the marketing...

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Product Manager
What does a Product Manager do? Product managers are responsible for overseeing the production of a business’ product (or products).  Read more about the marketing industry. What are the key skills of a Product Manager? Product managers exert excellent leadership and ma...

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Social Media Specialist
What does a Social Media Specialist do? A social media specialist is employed to maintain a client’s image online, devise marketing strategies to be implemented through social networking sites and foster customer engagement. Read more about the marketing industry. What a...

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Industry Q&A: Event Management with Emma Stevens
Editor's note: Upskilled is currently not taking enrolments for Event Management. Please contact us on 1300 009 924 to discuss other course options. In 2016, we did an industry profile with Emma Stevens and discussed about her experience in the events industry. In this ...

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Industry Q&A: Marketing with Anthony Lieu
Anthony Lieu is the Head of Marketing at LegalVision and is recognised as one of Australia’s Top 50 Chief Marketing Officers (CMO50 List 2018 and 2019).  LegalVision's marketing strategy has received national and international recognition for its innovative approach in ...

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Student Q&A: Michelle Badato
Michelle Badato* studied Social Media Marketing with Upskilled. Having done university studies back in 2011, she recognised that it was time to upskill and work towards a qualification in social media marketing as a way to stand out as a professional digital marketer. In ...

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Student Q&A: Andrea Walker
The world of social media marketing is an exciting one and for student Andrea Walker, she did not hesitate in choosing to study the social media marketing with Upskilled. Coming from a mental health/early childhood background, Andrea had the desire of changing careers and...

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Student Q&A: Wendy Dean
Wendy Dean recently completed the Marketing and Communication  course with Upskilled. Having experience in the events industry, she knew that marketing was an essential aspect of the business so it made sense to get a qualification in order to keep up with the industry trends...

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Student Q&A: Abeer Botros
Abeer Botros completed the a qualification in social media with Upskilled. Working at a cosmetic surgeon practice, part of her role is to manage the social channels to help promote the work that they do. Abeer wanted to study a relevant qualification because she had a strong...

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How does the practical assessment work for the CHC51015 -Diploma of Counselling?
Upskilled provides a very practical CHC51015 -  Diploma of Counselling  course. Be a trainee counsellor for a simulated workplace During the course you will be a trainee counsellor for Upside of Counselling (UoC) a simulated workplace where you will be able to complete supe...

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What career outcomes can a CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling help me achieve?
CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling   Counsellors work with individuals who are going through mental health issues and trauma, providing them the support needed to improve their wellbeing. They are professionals who generally work with individual clients, couples or small group...

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What is the difference between Vocational Education and Higher Education?
Even when you’ve already decided on your subject area of study, understanding the differences between vocational and higher education and how these relate to you can be complex . We have answered some of your most frequently asked questions about vocational education, higher...

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What career outcomes can a Social Media Short Course help me achieve?
Social Media Short Courses To become a social media professional, individuals need to keep up with the trends of the digital space, have a creative eye, be organised and technically-savvy. The social media field provides plenty of opportunity for growth, with most social med...

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Is JobTrainer available in ACT and for which courses?
The JobTrainer Fund is a joint initiative of the commonwealth, state and territory governments.  Who is eligible for JobTrainer? JobTrainer places will be available to job seekers and young people aged 17-24, who have left school. A range of full qualifications, pre-appr...

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Is JobTrainer available in ACT and for which courses?
The JobTrainer Fund is a joint initiative of the commonwealth, state and territory governments.  Who is eligible for JobTrainer? JobTrainer places will be available to job seekers and young people aged 17-24, who have left school. A range of full qualifications, pre-appr...

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