Ultimate Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

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Get Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business, Symbology, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, Organic Skincare Business, Business Management with Accountancy, Graphic Design, Social Media Marketing, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses and Coaching and Mentoring for Business in this Bundle

1. Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business: Discover Everything About Tattoos And How They Are Done

In this course, you will discover everything about tattoos and how they are done. We will focus our energies on defining what a tattoo symbolises and help you in understanding the client's needs better.

Students learn how to start, maintain and grow your own tattooing business based on what you learn from this course, and we will also demonstrate how you can excel at tattooing.

We will take a step-by-step approach towards the final objective, which is to enable you to start your own tattoo/henna tattoo business successfully. We will start by talking about what a tattoo means, how you can become a tattoo artist, the different techniques that are available and most importantly, how you can quickly become an expert. We will also highlight the required skills, equipment, and area for your business.

This course will guide you through the process of etching or drawing tattoos on clients. Tattoos are etched or drawn directly on the client’s skin; therefore, it is important to cover all safety aspects of it. You should know the prerequisites for tattooing and have a cautious approach towards it. Additionally, and most importantly, you should be aware of situations and circumstances when you should avoid tattooing.

You might already be aware of the general idea behind tattoos or henna tattoos but we believe it best to cover all the basics. The course will teach you about the different styles experts have chosen for tattooing, and discuss the various available techniques while focusing on their characteristics. We will look at how tattoos have evolved with time and how their meaning has changed. As you progress through this course, we will support you in finding your own style and help you embrace it.

To be a successful tattoo artist, you will need skills, patience and control over your drawings. We will be dealing with practicing mechanisms that have proven successful for other artists and in other art forms. It is crucial that you follow the instructions and schedule discussed in the course in order to achieve maximum benefit from it. The course has three different parts, with each one focusing on the knowledge, performance and business aspects of tattooing respectively.

A major portion of this course is dedicated towards the business aspect of tattooing. Every business needs clients and in order to build a loyal clientele, you need to be customer-oriented throughout your practice. We will look at how you can identify your clientele and the best means to attract them towards your business. Therefore, we will discuss the art of making a tattoo from the client’s perspective and from a business point of view. This way you will be able to communicate and reach out to your clients in a more fruitful manner.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Tattoo Artist & Henna Tattoo Business Course has been created to give anyone interested in this area a wider insight into the hows and whys of the process, as well as targeted information for those who are considering getting into the industry, with particular focus on how to start a business. The course would be especially beneficial to those who are already practicing artists/designers or high level amateurs, as it teaches how to put these existing skills to use as a tattooist.

 

2. Symbology: Learn How To Decipher The Meaning Of Modern And Ancient Symbols

Learn how to decipher the meaning of modern and ancient symbols, the mechanics of good symbol design, and how to go about setting up your own symbology practice, including guidance on the client sessions you can provide and how to grow your practice.

By taking the Symbology Course you’ll learn to become more perceptive of the symbols and codes that are all around us in our day-to-day lives, including how symbology can be found in body language, and how to uncover the messages behind them. This knowledge and wisdom is passed on through exploring how and why symbols have been used throughout history, the hidden meanings behind numbers and codes, and the meanings of common shapes that make up symbols and how differing combinations affect meaning.

The course examines the meaning of animal symbols and why animals are chosen to represent countries. The meaning of various flowers and how different colour combinations symbolise different things is also explained, along with why countries choose to be represented by certain flowers.

You’ll learn how current symbols are used and become widely-recognised, and the ways in which ancient symbols are incorporated into modern life, in buildings and bank notes. You’ll also see how symbols have a lifespan, with some that are used for a very short duration, while others reappear, sometimes with a different meaning.

The shapes, styles, and colours of symbols have great meaning that can change depending on your location, beliefs, and culture. The effects of these are discussed in the course, along with the symbols associated with various celebrations, events, and festivals across the globe.

Along with imbuing you with a greater knowledge of the subject, the course also explains how you can use this information to create your own symbology practice and the types of consultations and session work you can provide to clients. The course also runs through the practical aspects of building a business, such as the legal and insurance considerations, and what you need to set up your work and consultation space.

To give a greater understanding of the work of a Symbology Practitioner and what a good consultation looks like, you will be guided, step-by-step, through a real symbology session and an average day of someone working within the role.

You’ll explore methods of providing your services, the type of work opportunities available to a modern-day symbologist, how to grow your symbology practice, and how to gain and retain clients.

Who will benefit from the course?

The Symbology Course will be of interest to anyone who would like to understand the symbols that we find all around us, and would like to be able to uncover their meanings. Those who are fascinated by cryptology and graphic designers/illustrators looking for inspiration for their work, especially in logo design, will also benefit from taking this course.

Following the successful completion of this course, you will be able to go on to become a Symbologist/Symbology Practitioner and the course itself guides you through the process of setting up your own business and the types of work that you can offer to your clients.

3. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

4. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

5. Organic Skincare Business: Start Your Own Organic Skincare Business

The Organic Skincare Business Course will guide you through, not only starting your own organic skincare business, but how to remain a steady competitor in the industry.

Skincare is an important part of everyone’s lives, not just to look better but to improve the health of skin and protect from the very real dangers of UV rays and other harmful pollutants.

More people are also becoming aware that the skincare products that they currently buy can be harmful themselves, both to their bodies and the environment, and are therefore turning to organic skincare products. This is of particular note in celebrity culture and this thinking is being endorsed by dermatologists, making it the perfect time to invest in the industry.

This course aims to provide a good base knowledge about organic skincare; a little history and how it has evolved over the years. Differences between organic and chemical skincare; outlining the benefits of organic over chemical, including its effects and how it nourishes and protects from harmful exterior forces.

The Organic Skincare Business Course goes into detail about the global market for organic skincare, including how these products are more sustainable, holistic, and kinder to the environment compared with their chemical compound counterparts. Also discussed, are the demographics and statistics associated with the global skincare industry, who is interested in these products and how to cater for them, and some more information on the background of the skincare industry.

As with any industry, credibility is key to creating a profitable business. You will learn about the science behind organic products. Just as importantly as credibility, this information will also ensure your products are uniquely effective, which in turn will set the path for a much more loyal consumer base.

You will learn about the importance of research and development and understanding the fundamentals of organic chemistry; knowing the various therapeutic properties of different substances and which go together, and which do not. Of course, this is how you will create products that differ from anything else on the market; creating your USP (unique selling proposition) and keeping your business competitive.

We show you how it is important to keep up with current trends, being endorsed by celebrities and relevant bloggers, and ensuring the products you offer and the business itself evolves, adapts and keeps up with the changing landscape of the industry. Specific case studies are provided to show how real-world companies overcome obstacles and remain successful.

Whether you’re a first-time business owner or a seasoned veteran, module seven of the Organic Skincare Business Course provides valuable information about what to expect from running your own business.

We will take you through the steps that you should take in order to make your dream of owning your own skincare business a reality.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Organic Skincare Business Course is, of course, aimed at those who wish to make their own skincare products, along with how to market and sell them as products, and need a guide in how to do this from conception, understanding the products, the market and the industry, to building a business and the importance of adapting and staying relevant.

Those who are already in the business of selling beauty or other handmade products (such as soap, candles, chocolates, etc.) would also benefit from taking the course and adding extra products to their offering. Likewise, those in the healthy and beauty and relaxation industries may like to offer organic skincare as a complimentary sale to their current services.

6. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

Set up your business

Manage people

Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.


7. Graphic Design: Beginner's Guide To Graphic Design

Requiring no prerequisite knowledge, the Graphic Design Course provides you with all the information you need to get started in this creative industry. You’ll gain an understanding of the history, theories, practices and principles of the topic, and even be guided through taking on paid work as a freelancer or through your own business.

To understand where graphic design is now, you first need to take a step back to appreciate where it has been. You will be guided through the history of graphic and industrial design, learning about key personalities and moments, and how they helped to form the modern approach to design.

Good graphic design is governed by certain theories and laws, such as colour theory, the role and use of grids, typography and much more. The Graphic Design Course takes you through these fundamentals and the basic elements that make up the practice.

Putting the theory to practical use, the course explains the tools, skills and knowledge that good graphic designers must develop. A big part of the early stages of the creative process involves making quick sketches and then more finished drawings. You will learn the importance of developing good drawing skills, the difference between sketching and drawing (understanding when each is appropriate) and how to make drawing easier by separating elements into simplified forms that you can build upon.

An understanding of letterforms is one of the most important skills for a graphic designer to possess. This course outlines the difference between typography, lettering, and calligraphy and provides step-by-step guidance on drawing calligraphy and adjusting letterforms with typography.

Having learnt about the basics of individual design elements – colour, shape, texture, space, and form, the Graphic Design Course expands on each area, explaining their individual importance. From this understanding, you are guided through joining these together. Illustrated explanations offer a coherent understanding of composition, Gestalt Theory, and other design principles. You will also learn about why graphic design is used and the differences between print and web design.

Graphic design is an old practice that has changed massively with the advent of affordable computing. This course explains how computers function and how traditional practices and processes have changed with the digital age. It also provides you with a list of industry-standard software and online resources that are essential to the modern graphic designer.

Every project a designer takes on is a problem or a challenge to help others understand something, so to be an effective designer requires good problem solving. The Graphic Design Course examines processes that will aid you in becoming a more proficient problem solver and teaches you how to create a design concept that will guide the creation of your solution. You’ll learn about what various tools included with image editors do and how they can aid you in creating your designs.

This course offers guidance in setting up a business or becoming a freelancer and how these options compare to being a salaried employee. You will explore the services you can provide, the paperwork you need to be aware of when setting up, how to create a business identity, setting up your workspace, finding your niche, and how to create and action an effective marketing plan.

A portfolio can secure or lose you clients, so you need to make sure it’s a good one. A good portfolio should showcase your talents and demonstrate that you are capable of providing the solutions that your clients are looking for. You’ll learn how to create a portfolio that sells your services and matches up with your clients’ needs.

With so many different markets and industries that use graphic design for vastly varied purposes, there is no standardised pricing for this type of work. This can make it difficult to decide what to charge. The Graphic Design Course advises you on how to calculate your pricing based on various factors and the services you offer, and how to go about negotiating the price of a project with a client.

Who would benefit from the course?

This is a specialised course, designed for those who may have little or no knowledge of the subject but wish to pursue graphic design as a career.

If you play with graphic design but don’t understand the decisions you make during the creative process and would like to concretise your understanding of the subject and of particular elements of the design process, this course will get you there.

Existing graphic designers wishing to go it alone will learn how to set themselves up as a freelancer or start a business, including how to understand and set pricing and create a tailored portfolio that shows you can meet the needs of specific clients.

8. Social Media Marketing: Learn How To Create A Multi-Platform Social Media Marketing Strategy

This course will teach you how to create a multi-platform Social Media Marketing strategy which engages your audience, developing and leveraging trust, authenticity and advocacy, whilst delivering a favourable return on investment.

The Social Media Marketing Course is separated into 2 distinct areas. The 1st tells you about social media itself and how to approach it from a marketing perspective, the 2nd looks at several platforms individually and explains the business benefits of each. You will learn how and why businesses large and small can use social media marketing to reach and engage with their target markets.

You will discover how social media differs from traditional marketing and PR activities. The course explains how these differences can be utilised to create stronger customer relationships, and how specific, measurable goals can be set and reached. One important difference, which the course covers extensively, is the Consumer Feedback Cycle which can have an impact on the growth of a business and affect change.

Recognising the need to have a social media strategy in place is one thing but creating a targeted, goal-led strategy, is another. The Social Media Marketing Course explains, in detail, how to go about creating an effective content marketing plan and social media strategy, the effectiveness of which you can track, measure and improve.

The course explains how social media audits and customer profiling should determine how you use social media and help you to identify which platforms are best for your business. To ensure you have considered all the options, this course takes an in-depth look at each of the Top 50 social media platforms. Along with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+, the course also looks at some of the smaller and more niche platforms. It also explains how to go about using a number of platforms for a single objective and how to simplify the process of managing multiple platforms.

Who would benefit from the course?

Social media can play a valuable role in the promotion of any organisation, business, product or event. Whether you've never used social media for business before, run campaigns that have not brought the returns you had hoped for or are planning to start a career in this area, the Social Media Marketing Course has something to teach you.

This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn how to create effective, measurable social media marketing strategies on the most appropriate platforms for their target audience.

9. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

10. Coaching and Mentoring for Business: Practical Applications Of Creating A Coaching & Mentoring Programme

 

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course takes business owners, and those in positions to affect change, through the fundamentals and practical applications of creating a coaching and mentoring programme fit for their business.

As one of the most important resources of any business, it is staggering how little some companies do to nurture the talent that they already have at their disposal, which can lead to staff being poached or paying higher salaries for those who have learnt elsewhere.

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course provides an exhaustive base of knowledge on how to improve the training of staff and in turn help businesses to improve. Students are guided through the principles of a good coaching and mentoring programme; taking you through various training strategies and how to implement, support and further develop these in an organisation, as well as how to create a coaching and mentoring culture and measure success, to ensure initial and lasting buy-in from staff, management, and decision-makers.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course is designed for business owners, CEOs and managers, those whose role it is train staff, and anyone else within a company who can see how the improvement of staff capability can drive a business forward.

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The Ultimate Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business

Module 1: The Tale of Tattooing

  • Part 1: Tattoos Explained
  • Part 2: Tattoos in Retrospect
  • Part 3: Tattoos Today
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Types and Comparisons

  • Part 1: Types of Tattoos
  • Part 2: Tattooing and Henna Tattooing
  • Part 3: Understanding The Emotional Motivation Behind Tattooing
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Prerequisites to Tattooing

  • Part 1: Techniques of Tattooing
  • Part 2: Care Before You Dare
  • Part 3: Tattooing Another Day
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Becoming a Tattoo Artist

  • Part 1: To Be or Not to Be a Tattoo Artist
  • Part 2: Symbols and Symbolization
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Toolkit for Tattooing

  • Part 1: Requirements for Permanent Tattoos
  • Part 2: Requirements for Henna Tattoos
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Work Ethic

  • Part 1: Hygiene and Other Work Ethics
  • Part 2: Disinfection
  • Part 3: Standardizing Your Practice
  • Part 4: Knowing The Background
  • Part 5: Sharing The Foreground
  • Part 6: After care
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Performing Tattooing

  • Part 1: Etching for ever
  • Part 2: Drawing for days
  • Part 3: Techniques for Tattoo Removal
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: How to Manage Tattooing Business

  • Part 1: The Requisites
  • Part 2: Setting Up Your Practice
  • Part 3: Keeping Up Your Business
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Expanding Your Clientele

  • Part 1: Recommendation from your art
  • Part 2: Increasing your presence
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Course Overview

  • Part 1: Course Overview
  • Part 2: What’s Next
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 2 - Symbology

 

Module 1: How to Spot Symbols and Types of Codes

  • Part 1: Symbol and Signs
  • Part 2: Landscapes
  • Part 3: Spotting Codes
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Cultural History of Symbols

  • Part 1: Cave Paintings
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basic Symbol Shapes and Their Meaning

  • Part 1: Planes of Existence
  • Part 2: Dot, Line & Circle
  • Part 3: Ovals, Arcs & Spirals
  • Part 4: Types of shapes
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Imagery in Symbols and How Sound and Music Connect

  • Part 1: Advanced Shape Symbols
  • Part 2: Items as Symbols
  • Part 3: The Elements
  • Part 4: Religious and Belief Symbols
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Animal and Nature Symbology

  • Part 1: Animal Symbols
  • Part 2: Reptiles, Insects & Arachnids
  • Part 3: Birds, Mammal Symbols & Mythical Creatures
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Ancient World Signs, Symbols and their Meanings

  • Part 1: Ancient World Symbology
  • Part 2: Celtic Symbols
  • Part 3: Tree Symbology
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: 20th Century Signs and Symbols

  • Part 1: War Symbols & Flags of the World
  • Part 2: Tourism Symbols, Sigils & Led Zeppelin
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Modern Symbols and Animal Power Symbols

  • Part 1: Bank Notes & Power Symbols of a Country
  • Part 2: Currency Symbols & Computer Symbols
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Your Symbology Practice and Work Opportunities

  • Part 1: Setting up a Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: Your Workspace
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Stylised Colour Use and Year Symbols

  • Part 1: Symbol Shapes Matter
  • Part 2: Symbols of Celebrations in the Year
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Symbology of Flowers

  • Part 1: Flowers as Symbols
  • Part 2: Flowers
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Growing Your Symbology Practice with Design

  • Part 1: Growing Your Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: What to Offer your Clients
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Client Work, Activities for Symbol Sessions

  • Part 1: Symbol Activities
  • Part 2: Couples Symbols Work
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Your Symbology Business, Dream Symbols

  • Part 1: Designing Symbols for a Living
  • Part 2: Dream Symbols
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Example Symbology Client Sessions

  • Part 1: Client Sessions
  • Part 2: Session 3: Group work – Embracing Symbols
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Recap of What You Need to Know

  • Part 1: A Day in the Life of a Symbology Practitioner

  • Part 2: Where Symbols are Used
  • Module 16 Assessment

Course 3 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment


Course 4 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 

Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - Organic Skincare Business

 

Module 1: Background On Organic Skincare

  • Part 1: What Does Organic Mean?
  • Part 2: Brief History of Organic Skincare
  • Part 3: Organic Skincare Versus Chemical Skincare
  • Part 4: Important Facts About Organic Skincare
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Global Market for Organic Skincare

  • Part 1: The Organic Skincare Boom
  • Part 2: User Demographics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Why the Organic Skincare Business?

  • Part 1: Now Is the Right Time
  • Part 2: How Have Existing Organic Businesses Benefitted?
  • Part 3: Why should you start an organic skincare business?
  • Part 4: What Kinds of Organic Skincare Products Can Be Created?
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Know The Science
  • Part 2: Study the Science of Organic Skincare
  • Part 3: Effect of Toxins On Skin Health
  • Part 4: Putting Together a Natural Skincare Formulation
  • Part 5: All About Ingredients
  • Part 6: Recipes for Organic Skincare Products
  • Part 7: The Importance of Goals
  • Part 8: SMART – The Goal Setting Method
  • Part 9: Go Step-By-Step
  • Part 10:The Workplace
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Research and Development

  • Part 1: Introduction to Research and Development
  • Part 2: What You Need to Know
  • Part 3: Therapeutic Properties of Organic Skincare Products
  • Part 4: Embrace Research
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to Set Up a Business for Success

  • Part 1: How to Set Up a Business for Success
  • Part 2: Customer Relationship
  • Part 3: Case Studies
  • Part 4: Exercise
  • Part 5: Think About Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What to expect on the road to success

  • Part 1: The Road Will Have Obstacles
  • Part 2: Habits of Successful Organic Skincare Business People
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 6 - Business Management with Accountancy

 

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 7 - Graphic Design 

 

Module 1 – History of Modern Graphics and Industrial Design

  • Part 1: History of Graphic Design
  • Part 2: Key Moments in Modern Design History
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Theory & Elements of Graphic Design

  • Part 1: Rudiments & Theory of Graphic design
  • Part 2: Elements of Design
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sketching & Drawing

  • Part 1: Sketching & Drawing
  • Part 2: Drawing Basics: Simplifying Shape and Form
  • Part 3: The Role of Sketching/ Drawing in the Design Process
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Calligraphy & Typography

  • Part 1: Calligraphy & Typography
  • Part 2: Typography
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basics of Design

  • Part 1: Basics of Design
  • Part 2: Graphic Design Principles
  • Part 3: Graphic Design Composition
  • Part 4: An In-depth Look at the Elements of Graphic Design
  • Part 5: Why Graphic Design?
  • Part 6: Difference between Print and Web Design
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Introduction to the Computer/ Modern vs. Traditional Design Tools

  • Part 1: What is a Computer?
  • Part 2: Classification of Computers
  • Part 3: Software: Telling the Machine What to Do
  • Part 4: Traditional VS Modern Graphic Design Tools
  • Part 5: 14 Modern Graphic Designing Tools That Every Designer Must Know
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Problem Solving In Graphic Design, Image Editing and Conceptualization

  • Part 1: 10 Steps to Problem Solving
  • Part 2: Image Editing
  • Part 3: Conceptualisation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Freelance versus Paid Employment/ How to Start Your Graphic Design Business

  • Part 1: Understanding the Basics of the Graphic Design Business
  • Part 2: Freelancing Vs. Paid Employment
  • Part 3: The First Step to Becoming a Design Entrepreneur
  • Part 4: Creating an Identity
  • Part 5: Office Location
  • Part 6: Marketing Your Company
  • Part 7: Creating Your Marketing Plan
  • Part 8: Online Marketing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How to Create a Portfolio

  • Part 1: Your Portfolio
  • Part 2: Your Capabilities Kit
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Pricing Your Work

  • Part 1: Pricing
  • Part 2: Quick Methods for Selecting Your Fees
  • Part 3: Value Factor
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 8 - Social Media Marketing

 

Module 1: Understanding Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What Makes Social Media Unique?
  • Part 2: Putting the Social into Social PR
  • Part 3: Case Studies 1. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge & The Colonel’s Scholar Program
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The New Role of the Customer

  • Part 1: The Significance of Customer Engagement
  • Part 2: The Feedback Cycle
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Building a Social Media Marketing Strategy

  • Part 1: The Building Blocks of a Social Media Marketing Strategy
  • Part 2: Buyer Personas
  • Part 3: Knowing the Social Networks That Matter Most
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Putting It All Together

  • Part 1: Creating a Content Marketing Plan
  • Part 2: Content Creation and Curation
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Facebook

  • Part 1: What is Facebook?
  • Part 2: What to Post on Facebook
  • Part 3: Advertising Basics
  • Part 4: Facebook Analytics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Twitter

  • Part 1: What is Twitter?
  • Part 2: How to Post on Twitter
  • Part 3: Twitter Lists
  • Part 4: Selling on Twitter
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: LinkedIn

  • Part 1: What is LinkedIn?
  • Part 2: What to Post on LinkedIn
  • Part 3: Selling on LinkedIn
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Pinterest

  • Part 1: What is Pinterest?
  • Part 2: How to Make Your Pinterest Business Page Work for Your Business
  • Part 3: Keywords on Pinterest
  • Part 4: Selling on Pinterest
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Google+

  • Part 1: What is Google+?
  • Part 2: Creating Your Own Google+ Community
  • Part 3: Advertising on Google+
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: YouTube, Instagram and other Social Media Platforms

  • Part 1: YouTube for Selling
  • Part 2: Types of Video
  • Part 3: Instagram for Selling
  • Part 4: Editing Images
  • Part 5: Other Social Media Channels for Businesses
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Finalising Your Strategy

  • Part 1: Integrating Your Social Media Platforms

  • Part 2: Remember, It’s All About the Customer
  • Part 3: Social Media Management Tools
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 9 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

 

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Course 10 - Coaching and Mentoring for Business

 

Module 1 - The Skills, Principles and Practice of Effective Management Coaching and Mentoring

  • Part 1: The Purpose of Coaching and Mentoring Within an Organisational Context
  • Part 2: Definitions of Coaching and Mentoring
  • Part 3: Organisational Context – Vision, Mission, Size and Structure and Readiness for Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Alternative Strategies for Developing and Supporting Employees, Including Different Training Strategies

  • Part 1: Alternative Strategies for Developing and Supporting Employees, Including Different Training Strategies
  • Part 2: Corporate Objectives and the Contribution of Coaching and Mentoring to their achievement
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Organisational, Operational and Individual Barriers to forming a Coaching and Mentoring Culture – and what to do about them

  • Part 1: Organisational, Operational and Individual Barriers to Forming a Coaching and Mentoring Culture – and what to do about them
  • Part 2: Operational Barriers and Strategies to Overcome Them
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Different Perspectives on Mentoring and Coaching

  • Part 1: Different Perspectives on Mentoring and Coaching
  • Part 2: Different Models of Learning Style and Preference
  • Part 3: Constructive Feedback
  • Part 4: Training Models that Enhance Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Legal Aspects of Coaching and Mentoring and Ethical Issues

  • Part 1: The Role of Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring
  • Part 2: Cultural Issues Working Within a Diverse Workforce
  • Part 3: Communications Theories
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Relationship Characteristics and Contrasts between Coaching and Mentoring

  • Part 1: Judgmental/Non-Judgmental
  • Part 2: Transactional Analysis 
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Processes and Models for Effectively Coaching

  • Part 1: Processes and Models for Effectively Coaching
  • Part 2: OSKAR/OSCAR 
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Supervision – Principles and Practice

  • Part 1: Links to Contracting
  • Part 2: The EMCC Code of Ethics covers the following:
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Organisational Structure, Culture and the Role Coaching or Mentoring Has In Supporting Performance

  • Part 1: Organisational Structure, Culture and the Role Coaching or Mentoring Has In Supporting Performance
  • Part 2: Determining and Agreeing Strategic Objectives Relating to Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Measuring the Success of a Coaching and Mentoring Programme

  • Measuring the Success of a Coaching and Mentoring Programme

  • Module 10 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business, Symbology, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses, Internet Marketing Strategies for Business, Organic Skincare Business, Business Management with Accountancy, Graphic Design, Social Media Marketing, Marketing and PR for Small Businesses and Coaching and Mentoring for Business in this Bundle

1. Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business: Discover Everything About Tattoos And How They Are Done

In this course, you will discover everything about tattoos and how they are done. We will focus our energies on defining what a tattoo symbolises and help you in understanding the client's needs better.

Students learn how to start, maintain and grow your own tattooing business based on what you learn from this course, and we will also demonstrate how you can excel at tattooing.

We will take a step-by-step approach towards the final objective, which is to enable you to start your own tattoo/henna tattoo business successfully. We will start by talking about what a tattoo means, how you can become a tattoo artist, the different techniques that are available and most importantly, how you can quickly become an expert. We will also highlight the required skills, equipment, and area for your business.

This course will guide you through the process of etching or drawing tattoos on clients. Tattoos are etched or drawn directly on the client’s skin; therefore, it is important to cover all safety aspects of it. You should know the prerequisites for tattooing and have a cautious approach towards it. Additionally, and most importantly, you should be aware of situations and circumstances when you should avoid tattooing.

You might already be aware of the general idea behind tattoos or henna tattoos but we believe it best to cover all the basics. The course will teach you about the different styles experts have chosen for tattooing, and discuss the various available techniques while focusing on their characteristics. We will look at how tattoos have evolved with time and how their meaning has changed. As you progress through this course, we will support you in finding your own style and help you embrace it.

To be a successful tattoo artist, you will need skills, patience and control over your drawings. We will be dealing with practicing mechanisms that have proven successful for other artists and in other art forms. It is crucial that you follow the instructions and schedule discussed in the course in order to achieve maximum benefit from it. The course has three different parts, with each one focusing on the knowledge, performance and business aspects of tattooing respectively.

A major portion of this course is dedicated towards the business aspect of tattooing. Every business needs clients and in order to build a loyal clientele, you need to be customer-oriented throughout your practice. We will look at how you can identify your clientele and the best means to attract them towards your business. Therefore, we will discuss the art of making a tattoo from the client’s perspective and from a business point of view. This way you will be able to communicate and reach out to your clients in a more fruitful manner.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Tattoo Artist & Henna Tattoo Business Course has been created to give anyone interested in this area a wider insight into the hows and whys of the process, as well as targeted information for those who are considering getting into the industry, with particular focus on how to start a business. The course would be especially beneficial to those who are already practicing artists/designers or high level amateurs, as it teaches how to put these existing skills to use as a tattooist.

 

2. Symbology: Learn How To Decipher The Meaning Of Modern And Ancient Symbols

Learn how to decipher the meaning of modern and ancient symbols, the mechanics of good symbol design, and how to go about setting up your own symbology practice, including guidance on the client sessions you can provide and how to grow your practice.

By taking the Symbology Course you’ll learn to become more perceptive of the symbols and codes that are all around us in our day-to-day lives, including how symbology can be found in body language, and how to uncover the messages behind them. This knowledge and wisdom is passed on through exploring how and why symbols have been used throughout history, the hidden meanings behind numbers and codes, and the meanings of common shapes that make up symbols and how differing combinations affect meaning.

The course examines the meaning of animal symbols and why animals are chosen to represent countries. The meaning of various flowers and how different colour combinations symbolise different things is also explained, along with why countries choose to be represented by certain flowers.

You’ll learn how current symbols are used and become widely-recognised, and the ways in which ancient symbols are incorporated into modern life, in buildings and bank notes. You’ll also see how symbols have a lifespan, with some that are used for a very short duration, while others reappear, sometimes with a different meaning.

The shapes, styles, and colours of symbols have great meaning that can change depending on your location, beliefs, and culture. The effects of these are discussed in the course, along with the symbols associated with various celebrations, events, and festivals across the globe.

Along with imbuing you with a greater knowledge of the subject, the course also explains how you can use this information to create your own symbology practice and the types of consultations and session work you can provide to clients. The course also runs through the practical aspects of building a business, such as the legal and insurance considerations, and what you need to set up your work and consultation space.

To give a greater understanding of the work of a Symbology Practitioner and what a good consultation looks like, you will be guided, step-by-step, through a real symbology session and an average day of someone working within the role.

You’ll explore methods of providing your services, the type of work opportunities available to a modern-day symbologist, how to grow your symbology practice, and how to gain and retain clients.

Who will benefit from the course?

The Symbology Course will be of interest to anyone who would like to understand the symbols that we find all around us, and would like to be able to uncover their meanings. Those who are fascinated by cryptology and graphic designers/illustrators looking for inspiration for their work, especially in logo design, will also benefit from taking this course.

Following the successful completion of this course, you will be able to go on to become a Symbologist/Symbology Practitioner and the course itself guides you through the process of setting up your own business and the types of work that you can offer to your clients.

3. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

4. Internet Marketing Strategies for Business: Learn How To Market Your Business On The Internet

Internet marketing is an important part of any business strategy, regardless of the size of the company and whether or not they are doing business online. Through this course you will learn the many ways to market a business online and how each element works independently and together.

This course outlines what internet marketing is and why it is an essential practice for any business. You will discover the benefits to having an online presence, the importance of implementing an effective internet marketing strategy, what this means, and the various areas of activity within it.

Planning is an important part of any strategy. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course helps you to define your goals, identify your target customers, figure out what type of campaign you need to develop, and understand the importance of timing your campaigns and monitoring their effectiveness.

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often misunderstood. It requires understanding and work but it is possible to do well in search rankings. This course explains what SEO is, how it works, and what you can do to improve your ranking.

From the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course, you will learn about content marketing. You will discover what it is and what the benefits are to the business and the consumer. You’ll learn what the different types of content are and why you would choose to produce certain types of content, how to know what content to produce for your company, how to plan your content, and ways to measure and refine your work.

You’ll discover how social media is used for marketing by businesses and the reasons it has become an important part of marketing strategy. The course covers the influential role of customers in the success of a business’s social media efforts and what needs to be considered when choosing the platforms you use. The course also explains what each of the more popular platforms offer and why you should consider paid advertising in social media.

It can be easy to dismiss email marketing as being antiquated, but the Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains why it is as relevant as ever. The course covers what it is and what the benefits are, the different types of email marketing, and how to build your subscriber list. You will also be provided with tips on how to create an effective e-newsletter and email marketing metrics are also explained.

Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest forms of marketing both online and offline, but one that has grown in tandem with the rapid development of the internet and new media. This course explains what it is, how it works, along with examining affiliate marketing activities and the benefits of the practice – from the perspectives of both the affiliates and the businesses that advertise through them. You will also learn how to start your own affiliate programme and how this incorporates into the larger online marketing strategy.

In addition to improving your organic rankings within search engines, you also have the option to jump the queue, with paid advertising. The Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Course explains what search engine marketing (SEM) is and how pay-per-click (PPC) works. You will be taught about the ‘Quality Score’ of your ads and how to create and manage an effective PPC campaign.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course has been created for those who wish to fully understand online marketing and how to implement and monitor effective strategies that offer a good return on investment.

By putting the knowledge gained from the course into practice, you can increase your employability or, if you are a business owner, drive your business forward by helping to raise awareness and increase sales but also to enable you to make informed decisions about products, services, customers, the brand, and your competition.

5. Organic Skincare Business: Start Your Own Organic Skincare Business

The Organic Skincare Business Course will guide you through, not only starting your own organic skincare business, but how to remain a steady competitor in the industry.

Skincare is an important part of everyone’s lives, not just to look better but to improve the health of skin and protect from the very real dangers of UV rays and other harmful pollutants.

More people are also becoming aware that the skincare products that they currently buy can be harmful themselves, both to their bodies and the environment, and are therefore turning to organic skincare products. This is of particular note in celebrity culture and this thinking is being endorsed by dermatologists, making it the perfect time to invest in the industry.

This course aims to provide a good base knowledge about organic skincare; a little history and how it has evolved over the years. Differences between organic and chemical skincare; outlining the benefits of organic over chemical, including its effects and how it nourishes and protects from harmful exterior forces.

The Organic Skincare Business Course goes into detail about the global market for organic skincare, including how these products are more sustainable, holistic, and kinder to the environment compared with their chemical compound counterparts. Also discussed, are the demographics and statistics associated with the global skincare industry, who is interested in these products and how to cater for them, and some more information on the background of the skincare industry.

As with any industry, credibility is key to creating a profitable business. You will learn about the science behind organic products. Just as importantly as credibility, this information will also ensure your products are uniquely effective, which in turn will set the path for a much more loyal consumer base.

You will learn about the importance of research and development and understanding the fundamentals of organic chemistry; knowing the various therapeutic properties of different substances and which go together, and which do not. Of course, this is how you will create products that differ from anything else on the market; creating your USP (unique selling proposition) and keeping your business competitive.

We show you how it is important to keep up with current trends, being endorsed by celebrities and relevant bloggers, and ensuring the products you offer and the business itself evolves, adapts and keeps up with the changing landscape of the industry. Specific case studies are provided to show how real-world companies overcome obstacles and remain successful.

Whether you’re a first-time business owner or a seasoned veteran, module seven of the Organic Skincare Business Course provides valuable information about what to expect from running your own business.

We will take you through the steps that you should take in order to make your dream of owning your own skincare business a reality.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Organic Skincare Business Course is, of course, aimed at those who wish to make their own skincare products, along with how to market and sell them as products, and need a guide in how to do this from conception, understanding the products, the market and the industry, to building a business and the importance of adapting and staying relevant.

Those who are already in the business of selling beauty or other handmade products (such as soap, candles, chocolates, etc.) would also benefit from taking the course and adding extra products to their offering. Likewise, those in the healthy and beauty and relaxation industries may like to offer organic skincare as a complimentary sale to their current services.

6. Business Management with Accountancy: The Essential Stages In Starting Your Own Business

Always thought you could manage a team or run your own business? We will help to prepare you so that your new business has the best possible start best chance of success.

It will inspire you and help you to avoid the common pitfalls and ensure success.

Full of ideas & advice!

This Course will teach you everything you need to:

Set up your business

Manage people

Create a dynamic department

This course will take you through the essential stages in starting your own business. If you’re not sure what type of business you’d like to set up but feel that you might be a natural entrepreneur, this course should give you some ideas and inspiration. It covers all the legal requirements, how to manage your accounts and how to plan for the future. The course is designed to help you in the planning process so that you will be able to produce a thorough business plan to show a bank or potential investor.

Who would benefit from this course?

The first year in management and running a department or business can be the most challenging so you have access to the course and many free resources for as long as you need.


7. Graphic Design: Beginner's Guide To Graphic Design

Requiring no prerequisite knowledge, the Graphic Design Course provides you with all the information you need to get started in this creative industry. You’ll gain an understanding of the history, theories, practices and principles of the topic, and even be guided through taking on paid work as a freelancer or through your own business.

To understand where graphic design is now, you first need to take a step back to appreciate where it has been. You will be guided through the history of graphic and industrial design, learning about key personalities and moments, and how they helped to form the modern approach to design.

Good graphic design is governed by certain theories and laws, such as colour theory, the role and use of grids, typography and much more. The Graphic Design Course takes you through these fundamentals and the basic elements that make up the practice.

Putting the theory to practical use, the course explains the tools, skills and knowledge that good graphic designers must develop. A big part of the early stages of the creative process involves making quick sketches and then more finished drawings. You will learn the importance of developing good drawing skills, the difference between sketching and drawing (understanding when each is appropriate) and how to make drawing easier by separating elements into simplified forms that you can build upon.

An understanding of letterforms is one of the most important skills for a graphic designer to possess. This course outlines the difference between typography, lettering, and calligraphy and provides step-by-step guidance on drawing calligraphy and adjusting letterforms with typography.

Having learnt about the basics of individual design elements – colour, shape, texture, space, and form, the Graphic Design Course expands on each area, explaining their individual importance. From this understanding, you are guided through joining these together. Illustrated explanations offer a coherent understanding of composition, Gestalt Theory, and other design principles. You will also learn about why graphic design is used and the differences between print and web design.

Graphic design is an old practice that has changed massively with the advent of affordable computing. This course explains how computers function and how traditional practices and processes have changed with the digital age. It also provides you with a list of industry-standard software and online resources that are essential to the modern graphic designer.

Every project a designer takes on is a problem or a challenge to help others understand something, so to be an effective designer requires good problem solving. The Graphic Design Course examines processes that will aid you in becoming a more proficient problem solver and teaches you how to create a design concept that will guide the creation of your solution. You’ll learn about what various tools included with image editors do and how they can aid you in creating your designs.

This course offers guidance in setting up a business or becoming a freelancer and how these options compare to being a salaried employee. You will explore the services you can provide, the paperwork you need to be aware of when setting up, how to create a business identity, setting up your workspace, finding your niche, and how to create and action an effective marketing plan.

A portfolio can secure or lose you clients, so you need to make sure it’s a good one. A good portfolio should showcase your talents and demonstrate that you are capable of providing the solutions that your clients are looking for. You’ll learn how to create a portfolio that sells your services and matches up with your clients’ needs.

With so many different markets and industries that use graphic design for vastly varied purposes, there is no standardised pricing for this type of work. This can make it difficult to decide what to charge. The Graphic Design Course advises you on how to calculate your pricing based on various factors and the services you offer, and how to go about negotiating the price of a project with a client.

Who would benefit from the course?

This is a specialised course, designed for those who may have little or no knowledge of the subject but wish to pursue graphic design as a career.

If you play with graphic design but don’t understand the decisions you make during the creative process and would like to concretise your understanding of the subject and of particular elements of the design process, this course will get you there.

Existing graphic designers wishing to go it alone will learn how to set themselves up as a freelancer or start a business, including how to understand and set pricing and create a tailored portfolio that shows you can meet the needs of specific clients.

8. Social Media Marketing: Learn How To Create A Multi-Platform Social Media Marketing Strategy

This course will teach you how to create a multi-platform Social Media Marketing strategy which engages your audience, developing and leveraging trust, authenticity and advocacy, whilst delivering a favourable return on investment.

The Social Media Marketing Course is separated into 2 distinct areas. The 1st tells you about social media itself and how to approach it from a marketing perspective, the 2nd looks at several platforms individually and explains the business benefits of each. You will learn how and why businesses large and small can use social media marketing to reach and engage with their target markets.

You will discover how social media differs from traditional marketing and PR activities. The course explains how these differences can be utilised to create stronger customer relationships, and how specific, measurable goals can be set and reached. One important difference, which the course covers extensively, is the Consumer Feedback Cycle which can have an impact on the growth of a business and affect change.

Recognising the need to have a social media strategy in place is one thing but creating a targeted, goal-led strategy, is another. The Social Media Marketing Course explains, in detail, how to go about creating an effective content marketing plan and social media strategy, the effectiveness of which you can track, measure and improve.

The course explains how social media audits and customer profiling should determine how you use social media and help you to identify which platforms are best for your business. To ensure you have considered all the options, this course takes an in-depth look at each of the Top 50 social media platforms. Along with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+, the course also looks at some of the smaller and more niche platforms. It also explains how to go about using a number of platforms for a single objective and how to simplify the process of managing multiple platforms.

Who would benefit from the course?

Social media can play a valuable role in the promotion of any organisation, business, product or event. Whether you've never used social media for business before, run campaigns that have not brought the returns you had hoped for or are planning to start a career in this area, the Social Media Marketing Course has something to teach you.

This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn how to create effective, measurable social media marketing strategies on the most appropriate platforms for their target audience.

9. Marketing and PR for Small Businesses: Take These First Steps To Move Your Small Business Forward

The Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course simplifies the learning process with easy-to-understand, straightforward, and useful techniques that you can apply to your business straight away; ensuring straightforward your own strategies, with actionable tactics and results that you can evaluate, build and learn from.

Most small businesses are the manifestation of a dream. The business owner behind them dreams of being their own boss or selling a service or product in which they truly believe. They might be setting up a home business to supplement a low-paying day job, or they may have seen a gap in the market and took the plunge to plug it with an idea that excites them so much they can barely sleep at night.

Rarely does someone go into business because they want to spend hours figuring out ways to persuade customers to engage with them, buy from them, or even notice them. They want to set out their stall and let the success just happen.

In the real world, it doesn’t work that way. In the real world the most critical skills any business, small, medium-sized or otherwise, can have is their ability to communicate – and that, essentially, comes down to marketing and PR. No matter how original or special a small business’s product or service is, without any marketing and PR efforts they will not succeed.

The reason for this is straightforward. Through marketing and PR your product or service has a chance to be promoted to and discovered by potential clients. Without it, those same clients won’t hear about your business. They won’t be able to purchase what you’re offering, and your business will not be able to make sales and will probably close.

It sounds drastic, but the truth is that half of all small businesses fail within the first five years. While this is a gloomy statistic it can also be used to highlight an important fact: No matter what your business is, marketing and PR can make all the difference between rising up or falling flat.

This Marketing and PR for Small Businesses home study course is thus designed to guide new small business owners (or those thinking about starting their own venture) through the simple steps of how to communicate about their products or services to potential customers.

The course sets out to demystify exactly how a small business can benefit from these two disciplines and offers clear choices on the different marketing and PR tactics that businesses employ today.

Managing marketing and PR is not rocket science. However, it does take time, thought, commitment and a little creativity to incorporate it into your overall business structure and action plan.

In the comfort of your home and in your own time, you can then use this course to become familiar with the principles of marketing and PR and to start developing your individual strategy.

Understanding just how vital marketing and PR are to your burgeoning small business and its future is crucial, but with these first steps, your business is already moving forward.

Who would benefit from the course?

For those who are setting up their own business or have an established business but would like to grow or is struggling to achieve what you had hoped, the Marketing & PR for Small Businesses Course is essential.

Those who already work within the marketing and PR industries or are interested in doing so will also learn a lot here, as the course provides a wealth of information and tips.

10. Coaching and Mentoring for Business: Practical Applications Of Creating A Coaching & Mentoring Programme

 

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course takes business owners, and those in positions to affect change, through the fundamentals and practical applications of creating a coaching and mentoring programme fit for their business.

As one of the most important resources of any business, it is staggering how little some companies do to nurture the talent that they already have at their disposal, which can lead to staff being poached or paying higher salaries for those who have learnt elsewhere.

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course provides an exhaustive base of knowledge on how to improve the training of staff and in turn help businesses to improve. Students are guided through the principles of a good coaching and mentoring programme; taking you through various training strategies and how to implement, support and further develop these in an organisation, as well as how to create a coaching and mentoring culture and measure success, to ensure initial and lasting buy-in from staff, management, and decision-makers.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Coaching & Mentoring for Business Success Course is designed for business owners, CEOs and managers, those whose role it is train staff, and anyone else within a company who can see how the improvement of staff capability can drive a business forward.

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The Ultimate Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Tattoo Artist and Henna Tattoo Business

Module 1: The Tale of Tattooing

  • Part 1: Tattoos Explained
  • Part 2: Tattoos in Retrospect
  • Part 3: Tattoos Today
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Types and Comparisons

  • Part 1: Types of Tattoos
  • Part 2: Tattooing and Henna Tattooing
  • Part 3: Understanding The Emotional Motivation Behind Tattooing
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Prerequisites to Tattooing

  • Part 1: Techniques of Tattooing
  • Part 2: Care Before You Dare
  • Part 3: Tattooing Another Day
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Becoming a Tattoo Artist

  • Part 1: To Be or Not to Be a Tattoo Artist
  • Part 2: Symbols and Symbolization
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Toolkit for Tattooing

  • Part 1: Requirements for Permanent Tattoos
  • Part 2: Requirements for Henna Tattoos
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Work Ethic

  • Part 1: Hygiene and Other Work Ethics
  • Part 2: Disinfection
  • Part 3: Standardizing Your Practice
  • Part 4: Knowing The Background
  • Part 5: Sharing The Foreground
  • Part 6: After care
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Performing Tattooing

  • Part 1: Etching for ever
  • Part 2: Drawing for days
  • Part 3: Techniques for Tattoo Removal
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: How to Manage Tattooing Business

  • Part 1: The Requisites
  • Part 2: Setting Up Your Practice
  • Part 3: Keeping Up Your Business
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Expanding Your Clientele

  • Part 1: Recommendation from your art
  • Part 2: Increasing your presence
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Course Overview

  • Part 1: Course Overview
  • Part 2: What’s Next
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 2 - Symbology

 

Module 1: How to Spot Symbols and Types of Codes

  • Part 1: Symbol and Signs
  • Part 2: Landscapes
  • Part 3: Spotting Codes
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Cultural History of Symbols

  • Part 1: Cave Paintings
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basic Symbol Shapes and Their Meaning

  • Part 1: Planes of Existence
  • Part 2: Dot, Line & Circle
  • Part 3: Ovals, Arcs & Spirals
  • Part 4: Types of shapes
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Imagery in Symbols and How Sound and Music Connect

  • Part 1: Advanced Shape Symbols
  • Part 2: Items as Symbols
  • Part 3: The Elements
  • Part 4: Religious and Belief Symbols
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Animal and Nature Symbology

  • Part 1: Animal Symbols
  • Part 2: Reptiles, Insects & Arachnids
  • Part 3: Birds, Mammal Symbols & Mythical Creatures
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Ancient World Signs, Symbols and their Meanings

  • Part 1: Ancient World Symbology
  • Part 2: Celtic Symbols
  • Part 3: Tree Symbology
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: 20th Century Signs and Symbols

  • Part 1: War Symbols & Flags of the World
  • Part 2: Tourism Symbols, Sigils & Led Zeppelin
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Modern Symbols and Animal Power Symbols

  • Part 1: Bank Notes & Power Symbols of a Country
  • Part 2: Currency Symbols & Computer Symbols
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Your Symbology Practice and Work Opportunities

  • Part 1: Setting up a Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: Your Workspace
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Stylised Colour Use and Year Symbols

  • Part 1: Symbol Shapes Matter
  • Part 2: Symbols of Celebrations in the Year
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Symbology of Flowers

  • Part 1: Flowers as Symbols
  • Part 2: Flowers
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Growing Your Symbology Practice with Design

  • Part 1: Growing Your Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: What to Offer your Clients
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Client Work, Activities for Symbol Sessions

  • Part 1: Symbol Activities
  • Part 2: Couples Symbols Work
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Your Symbology Business, Dream Symbols

  • Part 1: Designing Symbols for a Living
  • Part 2: Dream Symbols
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Example Symbology Client Sessions

  • Part 1: Client Sessions
  • Part 2: Session 3: Group work – Embracing Symbols
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Recap of What You Need to Know

  • Part 1: A Day in the Life of a Symbology Practitioner

  • Part 2: Where Symbols are Used
  • Module 16 Assessment

Course 3 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment


Course 4 - Internet Marketing Strategies for Business

 

Module 1: What is Internet Marketing?

  • Part 1: Why implement Internet marketing?
  • Part 2: The benefits of Internet marketing
  • Part 3: What is Internet marketing?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Steps to planning your campaigns

  • Part 1: Set Goals
  • Part 2: How to choose which Internet marketing strategies to use
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Search Engine Optimisation

  • Part 1: Search Engine Optimisation
  • Part 2: Core components of SEO
  • Part 3: Mobile
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Content Marketing

  • Part 1: What is content marketing?
  • Part 2: What are the different types of content?
  • Part 3: How do you know which content you should create?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What is social media marketing (SMM)?
  • Part 2: The new role of the customer
  • Part 3: Creating a SMM campaign
  • Part 4: Different social media sites
  • Part 5: Advertising on social media
  • Part 6: Social media metrics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Email Marketing

  • Part 1: What is email marketing?
  • Part 2: How to build an email list
  • Part 3: How to create an e-newsletter
  • Part 4: Email marketing metrics
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Affiliate Marketing

  • Part 1: What is affiliate marketing?
  • Part 2: Different types of affiliate programmes
  • Part 3: How does affiliate marketing work?
  • Part 4: How to start your own affiliate programme
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: SEM and Paid Internet Advertising

  • Part 1: What is Search engine marketing (SEM)?
  • Part 2: Creating an effective PPC Campaign
  • Part 3: Managing a PPC campaign
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - Organic Skincare Business

 

Module 1: Background On Organic Skincare

  • Part 1: What Does Organic Mean?
  • Part 2: Brief History of Organic Skincare
  • Part 3: Organic Skincare Versus Chemical Skincare
  • Part 4: Important Facts About Organic Skincare
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Global Market for Organic Skincare

  • Part 1: The Organic Skincare Boom
  • Part 2: User Demographics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Why the Organic Skincare Business?

  • Part 1: Now Is the Right Time
  • Part 2: How Have Existing Organic Businesses Benefitted?
  • Part 3: Why should you start an organic skincare business?
  • Part 4: What Kinds of Organic Skincare Products Can Be Created?
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Getting Started

  • Part 1: Know The Science
  • Part 2: Study the Science of Organic Skincare
  • Part 3: Effect of Toxins On Skin Health
  • Part 4: Putting Together a Natural Skincare Formulation
  • Part 5: All About Ingredients
  • Part 6: Recipes for Organic Skincare Products
  • Part 7: The Importance of Goals
  • Part 8: SMART – The Goal Setting Method
  • Part 9: Go Step-By-Step
  • Part 10:The Workplace
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Research and Development

  • Part 1: Introduction to Research and Development
  • Part 2: What You Need to Know
  • Part 3: Therapeutic Properties of Organic Skincare Products
  • Part 4: Embrace Research
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How to Set Up a Business for Success

  • Part 1: How to Set Up a Business for Success
  • Part 2: Customer Relationship
  • Part 3: Case Studies
  • Part 4: Exercise
  • Part 5: Think About Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What to expect on the road to success

  • Part 1: The Road Will Have Obstacles
  • Part 2: Habits of Successful Organic Skincare Business People
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 6 - Business Management with Accountancy

 

Module 1: Introduction

  • Part 1: Is Business for You?
  • Part 2: Positive Aspects of Business
  • Part 3: Potential Difficulties and Challenges
  • Part 4: Managing the Administration
  • Part 5: Financing the Business
  • Part 6: Sources of Help and Support
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Legalities and Regulations

  • Part 1: Opening a Business Bank Account
  • Part 2: It’s All in the Name
  • Part 3: Business Registration and HMRC
  • Part 4: Health & Safety (H&S) Law
  • Part 5: Employment Law
  • Part 6: Consumer Protection
  • Part 7: Contract of Employment
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - SWOT and PEST Analysis

  • Part 1: SWOT Analysis and why You Need It
  • Part 2: PEST Analysis
  • Part 3: SWOT and PEST Analysis for a Better Business Plan
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Get Focused

  • Part 1: Focus is Key to Success!
  • Part 2: Eight Tips for Becoming a Great Manager
  • Part 3: Business Aims and Objectives
  • Part 4: Who Are Stakeholders and What Are Their Considerations in a Business?
  • Part 5: Mission Statement
  • Part 6: Strategy and Tactics
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - The Marketing Plan

  • Part 1: What is Marketing?
  • Part 2: Market analysis tools
  • Part 3: Market Share and Market Growth
  • Part 4: What is Your Target Market?
  • Part 5: Types of Business Orientation
  • Part 6: Four Ps of Marketing
  • Part 7: Marketing Segmentation
  • Part 8: Free Marketing? It’s no Myth
  • Part 9: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Essential Accounting

  • Part 1: Bookkeeping
  • Part 2: Balance Sheet
  • Part 3: Profit and Loss Account
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - HR

  • Part 1: What Kind of Boss Will You Make?
  • Part 2: Employment Law and HR
  • Part 3: Auto Enrolment (AE) and Pensions
  • Part 4: Creating Job Descriptions
  • Part 5: Motivating Your Employees
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Your Business Plan

  • Part 1:What Is a Business Plan?
  • Part 2: Reasons Why You Should Have a Good Business Plan
  • Part 3: Creating a Business Plan
  • Part 4: Tips on Making the Business Plan Stand Out
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 7 - Graphic Design 

 

Module 1 – History of Modern Graphics and Industrial Design

  • Part 1: History of Graphic Design
  • Part 2: Key Moments in Modern Design History
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Theory & Elements of Graphic Design

  • Part 1: Rudiments & Theory of Graphic design
  • Part 2: Elements of Design
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sketching & Drawing

  • Part 1: Sketching & Drawing
  • Part 2: Drawing Basics: Simplifying Shape and Form
  • Part 3: The Role of Sketching/ Drawing in the Design Process
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Calligraphy & Typography

  • Part 1: Calligraphy & Typography
  • Part 2: Typography
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basics of Design

  • Part 1: Basics of Design
  • Part 2: Graphic Design Principles
  • Part 3: Graphic Design Composition
  • Part 4: An In-depth Look at the Elements of Graphic Design
  • Part 5: Why Graphic Design?
  • Part 6: Difference between Print and Web Design
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Introduction to the Computer/ Modern vs. Traditional Design Tools

  • Part 1: What is a Computer?
  • Part 2: Classification of Computers
  • Part 3: Software: Telling the Machine What to Do
  • Part 4: Traditional VS Modern Graphic Design Tools
  • Part 5: 14 Modern Graphic Designing Tools That Every Designer Must Know
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Problem Solving In Graphic Design, Image Editing and Conceptualization

  • Part 1: 10 Steps to Problem Solving
  • Part 2: Image Editing
  • Part 3: Conceptualisation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Freelance versus Paid Employment/ How to Start Your Graphic Design Business

  • Part 1: Understanding the Basics of the Graphic Design Business
  • Part 2: Freelancing Vs. Paid Employment
  • Part 3: The First Step to Becoming a Design Entrepreneur
  • Part 4: Creating an Identity
  • Part 5: Office Location
  • Part 6: Marketing Your Company
  • Part 7: Creating Your Marketing Plan
  • Part 8: Online Marketing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How to Create a Portfolio

  • Part 1: Your Portfolio
  • Part 2: Your Capabilities Kit
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Pricing Your Work

  • Part 1: Pricing
  • Part 2: Quick Methods for Selecting Your Fees
  • Part 3: Value Factor
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 8 - Social Media Marketing

 

Module 1: Understanding Social Media Marketing

  • Part 1: What Makes Social Media Unique?
  • Part 2: Putting the Social into Social PR
  • Part 3: Case Studies 1. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge & The Colonel’s Scholar Program
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The New Role of the Customer

  • Part 1: The Significance of Customer Engagement
  • Part 2: The Feedback Cycle
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Building a Social Media Marketing Strategy

  • Part 1: The Building Blocks of a Social Media Marketing Strategy
  • Part 2: Buyer Personas
  • Part 3: Knowing the Social Networks That Matter Most
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Putting It All Together

  • Part 1: Creating a Content Marketing Plan
  • Part 2: Content Creation and Curation
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Facebook

  • Part 1: What is Facebook?
  • Part 2: What to Post on Facebook
  • Part 3: Advertising Basics
  • Part 4: Facebook Analytics
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Twitter

  • Part 1: What is Twitter?
  • Part 2: How to Post on Twitter
  • Part 3: Twitter Lists
  • Part 4: Selling on Twitter
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: LinkedIn

  • Part 1: What is LinkedIn?
  • Part 2: What to Post on LinkedIn
  • Part 3: Selling on LinkedIn
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Pinterest

  • Part 1: What is Pinterest?
  • Part 2: How to Make Your Pinterest Business Page Work for Your Business
  • Part 3: Keywords on Pinterest
  • Part 4: Selling on Pinterest
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Google+

  • Part 1: What is Google+?
  • Part 2: Creating Your Own Google+ Community
  • Part 3: Advertising on Google+
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: YouTube, Instagram and other Social Media Platforms

  • Part 1: YouTube for Selling
  • Part 2: Types of Video
  • Part 3: Instagram for Selling
  • Part 4: Editing Images
  • Part 5: Other Social Media Channels for Businesses
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Finalising Your Strategy

  • Part 1: Integrating Your Social Media Platforms

  • Part 2: Remember, It’s All About the Customer
  • Part 3: Social Media Management Tools
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 9 - Marketing and PR for Small Businesses

 

Module 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR

  • Part 1: The Difference between Marketing and PR
  • Part 2: What about Marketing and PR in the Digital Space?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Developing a Strategy

  • Part 1: Developing a Strategy
  • Part 2: Creating your USP
  • Part 3: Exclude to build a client base
  • Part 4: Finalizing Your Strategy
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Different Tactics

  • Part 1: Different Tactics
  • Part 2: Main Traditional PR Tactics
  • Part 3: Main Digital PR Tactics
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Social Media

  • Part 1: Social Media
  • Part 2: How to integrate social media into a Marketing and PR strategy
  • Part 3: Other Social Media Networks
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Monitoring and Evaluating Success

  • Part 1: Monitoring and Evaluating Success
  • Part 2: Traditional measurements of success
  • Part 3: Top Metrics for Social Media
  • Module 5 Assessment

Course 10 - Coaching and Mentoring for Business

 

Module 1 - The Skills, Principles and Practice of Effective Management Coaching and Mentoring

  • Part 1: The Purpose of Coaching and Mentoring Within an Organisational Context
  • Part 2: Definitions of Coaching and Mentoring
  • Part 3: Organisational Context – Vision, Mission, Size and Structure and Readiness for Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Alternative Strategies for Developing and Supporting Employees, Including Different Training Strategies

  • Part 1: Alternative Strategies for Developing and Supporting Employees, Including Different Training Strategies
  • Part 2: Corporate Objectives and the Contribution of Coaching and Mentoring to their achievement
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Organisational, Operational and Individual Barriers to forming a Coaching and Mentoring Culture – and what to do about them

  • Part 1: Organisational, Operational and Individual Barriers to Forming a Coaching and Mentoring Culture – and what to do about them
  • Part 2: Operational Barriers and Strategies to Overcome Them
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Different Perspectives on Mentoring and Coaching

  • Part 1: Different Perspectives on Mentoring and Coaching
  • Part 2: Different Models of Learning Style and Preference
  • Part 3: Constructive Feedback
  • Part 4: Training Models that Enhance Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Legal Aspects of Coaching and Mentoring and Ethical Issues

  • Part 1: The Role of Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring
  • Part 2: Cultural Issues Working Within a Diverse Workforce
  • Part 3: Communications Theories
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Relationship Characteristics and Contrasts between Coaching and Mentoring

  • Part 1: Judgmental/Non-Judgmental
  • Part 2: Transactional Analysis 
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Processes and Models for Effectively Coaching

  • Part 1: Processes and Models for Effectively Coaching
  • Part 2: OSKAR/OSCAR 
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Supervision – Principles and Practice

  • Part 1: Links to Contracting
  • Part 2: The EMCC Code of Ethics covers the following:
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Organisational Structure, Culture and the Role Coaching or Mentoring Has In Supporting Performance

  • Part 1: Organisational Structure, Culture and the Role Coaching or Mentoring Has In Supporting Performance
  • Part 2: Determining and Agreeing Strategic Objectives Relating to Coaching and Mentoring
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Measuring the Success of a Coaching and Mentoring Programme

  • Measuring the Success of a Coaching and Mentoring Programme

  • Module 10 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course ID No.: 012CE22810CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime access to course material
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 150 Hours Per Course
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