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TAFE NSW has a variety of marketing courses, ranging from short courses for beginners wanting to dip their toe into the marketing and communications industry, through to diploma level courses for experienced marketers wanting to hone their social media marketing and advertising skills.
There are several ways to start a social media marketing career, but one of the best ways is to develop a strong social media network. A TAFE NSW social media marketing course will help you build the skills and knowledge to develop and strengthen your own network, and to make valuable industry connections to begin your career the right way.
By completing the marketing courses offered by TAFE NSW, you will have the skills and knowledge to be job ready for roles like a sales manager, marketing team leader, public relations manager, product manager, advertising account planning manager, marketing manager, client services director, or marketing strategist.
Digital marketing is promoting a product or service via online methods such as email, social media, online advertisements, and others. TAFE NSW marketing courses can help teach you which digital marketing method is best suited for each situation and for each target market.
There are a wide range of marketing jobs available to qualified people, including digital marketing, direct marketing, social media marketing, and more. A TAFE NSW marketing course is also a great way to make a start on a communications, advertising, or public relations career.
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What job opportunities could an Advertising, Marketing or PR course lead to?
An advertising, marketing, or PR course can lead to a number of job opportunities; from organising corporate events, and promoting local bands, to organising live music shows, developing entire campaigns, and managing some of the country’s best loved brands.
Qualifications in advertising, marketing and PR can lead to a job as:
- an advertising creative
- a public relations manager
- an account coordinator
The average weekly salary for a public relations manager is $1,177. Whether you're just starting out in your advertising, marketing, or PR career, you want to gain more qualifications, want to add to your previous experience, or you simply want to broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you.
TAFE NSW courses in this area include:
- Graphic Design
- Visual Arts
- Marketing and Communication
- Travel and Tourism