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Marketing Adult Education

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This course prepares graduate students to apply marketing principles to the roles they play as trainers and adult educators. Topics include the following: marketing basics, obtaining buy-in, market research, marketing strategies, communications, negotiation, and advocacy in education.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Understanding Marketing Research

    • Describe the tools used to gather marketing research.
    • Develop awareness for the importance of market research in audience attitude and change.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of using marketing research to identify trends in training and adult education programs.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of using marketing research to identify internal and external training opportunities.
    • Identify target audiences in marketing training and adult education programs.

    Creating Persuasive and Promotional Messages

    • Identify factors of the communication process.
    • Describe an effective strategy for developing effective promotional and persuasive messages.
    • Examine tools available for delivering promotional and persuasive messages.
    • Propose communication channels for delivering promotional and persuasive messages.

    Employing Communication and Negotiation Skills

    • Assess effectiveness of communication and negotiation skills oral and written.
    • Develop competencies in presentations and technology in marketing.
    • Explain the ways a trainer or educator internally markets a training or adult education program.
    • Identify the electronic media available for promoting training programs and discuss benefits of communicating through social media.
    • Describe the role of blogging and micro-blogging and podcasting in marketing training programs.

    Developing Marketing Strategies

    • Identify strategies for developing program goals and objectives.
    • Define and describe marketing strategies to increase enrollment in training or adult education programs.
    • Develop a value proposition.
    • Describe ways to differentiate and position adult education programs.

    Trends Influencing Advocacy in Adult Education and Training

    • Identify diversity and multicultural issues in the organization that play a role in marketing training programs.
    • Define ethical issues in the field of marketing adult education and training, and develop a personal code of ethics relative to marketing training programs.
    • Identify trends in social responsibility, and address how trends would affect training programs.

    Defining Marketing and Functions in Adult Education

    • Explain the role of marketing in training and adult education.
    • Analyze the role of marketing in educators’ and trainers’ ability to recruit learners for training and adult education programs.
    • Explain components of a marketing and communication plan.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the benefits of an integrated marketing campaign (IMC).
    • Define environmental factors and the role they play in program development.
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