TORONTO, April 20, 2017 /CNW/ - Students and instructors now have even more opportunities for interaction and flexibility on the Canadian Marketing Association's (CMA) new learning platform! Recently launched with D2L's Brightspace, students now have access to courses 24/7, including on their mobile device.
Registering for Online Marketing Courses from the CMA offers the opportunity to learn from marketing professionals who are experts in their field, providing relevant case studies and practical examples. In the upcoming spring semester, the courses offered are:
- Digital Marketing, May 1
- Digital Marketing Strategy, May 1
- Direct Response Marketing, May 1
- Integrated Branding, May 1
- Marketing Math, May 8
Upon successful completion of all five courses, students are awarded certificates which count toward their Certified Marketing Specialist™ Designation.
"I am confident that I can put together a cohesive and structured digital marketing campaign, with the tools that I've been given," said Matt Wade, upon completing Digital Marketing. "There was a lot of great up-to-date course content. Taking the online course helped to make it fit into my hectic schedule."
"Practicing marketers take CMA Online Courses to distinguish themselves from other marketers," said Gabriele Janes, Vice-President, Learning of the Canadian Marketing Association. "Our learners have accelerated their career growth, increased their knowledge on specific marketing disciplines and validated their career experience on their resumes."
CMA would like to thank the Education Fund participants LoyaltyOne, RBC, Scotiabank and TD Bank for their continued commitment to professional development and excellence in marketing.
To register for CMA Online Courses, please visit CMAcourses.ca.
About the Canadian Marketing Association
The Canadian Marketing Association embraces Canada's major business sectors and all marketing disciplines, channels and technologies. Its corporate members encompass all facets of business-to-business and business-to-consumer marketing organizations including both brands and agencies. These organizations make a major contribution to the economy, driving commerce, investments in media and new marketing technologies while providing employment for millions of Canadians. For more information, please visit theCMA.ca.
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SOURCE Canadian Marketing Association
For further information: Tim Bishop, Vice President of Marketing & Member Engagement, Canadian Marketing Association, [email protected], 416.644.3738, theCMA.ca