LinkedIn Training

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LinkedIn Training Course Sample Content…

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Establishing yourself as an expert on LinkedIn takes more than a polished profile.  In the same way an offline networking group, like the Chamber of Commerce, expects more from its members than handing out nice brochures, so is it with LinkedIn.  In particular, LinkedIn members want to see contributions specifically for the community.

Accomplishments of all kinds are great for earning attention from business colleagues.  Yet, receiving endorsements and praise from other LinkedIn members adds an additional layer of credibility.

Some strategic ways to demonstrate your expertise on LinkedIn are with Recommendations and participating in LinkedIn Answers.

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Similar to testimonials, business partners can leave Recommendations on your profile promoting you or your services.  When you’re just starting on LinkedIn, it’s a good idea to encourage people you’ve worked with outside of the community to join and post their testimonials to your profile. A Recommendation stands as social proof from a third party that you’re a skilled professional. As stated by LinkedIn:

“Users with Recommendations in their profiles are three times more likely to receive relevant offers and inquiries through searches on LinkedIn.”

If you choose to do so, recommendations will appear in two places on your profile page.  At the top of a profile, LinkedIn shows a Recommendation counter, while a detailed-view of each recommendation appears toward the bottom of a profile. Recommendations are visible to your personal network and Fortune 500 companies utilising the LinkedIn Recruiter Tool.


Your LinkedIn Training Course includes…

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People learn most effectively in groups where there is interaction and engagement, that’s why Traininaday limit attendance to a maximum of 12 learners. This gives you engagement within a group, along with the personal attention you deserve.

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As a delegate on this course you will receive a detailed handbook including a copy of the presentation, activities to work through and apply your learning, as well as the cheat sheets and mindmaps described below. We can send an electronic copy of this handbook to your organisation to print in advance of your course, or if you’d prefer, Traininaday will have a handbook for each delegate professionally printed and bound, and delivered by courier to your location, for an all-inclusive charge of just £100.

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A handy reference document of the main learning points from your LinkedIn training day.

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A visual reference of the main points from your training course.

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All learners on open courses will receive refreshments and lunch as part of your training day. For inhouse courses, lunch and refreshments are the responsibility of your organisation.

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Documented evidence of your attendance and completion of the course, which counts as 6 hours learning towards your CPD.


CPD hours

Professional organisations such as Chartered Institute of Marketing and Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development accept this learning towards your annual CPD requirement. All learners receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training day.

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Carl Duncker - inhouse marketing trainer

Your LinkedIn Trainer

Your facilitator for this LinkedIn course is Carl Duncker, Chartered Marketing Consultant MCIM

Carl Duncker, is recognised as a leading UK social media trainer, delivering social media courses and LinkedIn For Business courses to business leaders, entrepeneurs and public sector managers.

Carl is a Chartered Marketer with the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

With 15 years of marketing management experience in b2b, b2c and public sector organisations, coupled with an impressive portfolio of self-written social media courses for marketing managers and business owners, Carl brings a valuable wealth of insight and experience to your LinkedIn training course, delivered in his friendly and welcoming style.

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