The Bluestripe Group, owners of New Digital Age, have today launched The Bluestripe Academy. The initiative is produced in partnership with Ground+Air, the coaching and development practice.
Bluestripe Academy is a six-part unique modular training course that enables employers to actively support their talent to reach their full potential and contribute to the success of the business. The course is specifically designed with the digital media and agency world in mind
The six modules will be
1 – Having the confidence to be the best you
2 – Using data to tell compelling stories
3- Plan and prepare a great presentation
4- Public speaking from a public speaker
5- Stand out and add value to a panel
6- Using social media to build your personal brand
The course is delivered remotely with two-hour sessions once a week for six weeks.
The course will be delivered by specialist media industry trainer Julian Linley who is credited by The Guardian as being the “industry’s first major post-integration editor”, and has worked in media, technology, and entertainment for the past twenty-five years. He invented and teaches The Business of Media, part of the world-renowned MA in Journalism at City University.
Bluestripe Group CEO Andy Oakes said
“Bluestripe sits at the heart of the digital media and advertising landscape. We advise some of the biggest publishers, agencies and adtech companies in the world, as well as creating content marketing campaigns, own two titles in the space and host numerous events.
Ground+Air are the acknowledged experts in this field and because of this, are a great fit for us. They are everything you would want in a partner.
We both understand what works in this industry and the skills your employees need to grow, feel more confident and invested in. This course is devised especially with this industry in mind and will be delivered by industry specialists in an interactive, fun and positive fashion.”
To find out more, please email email@example.com or use the form below for a complete course outline and costs.