Marketing Academy offers 1000 free spots on Virtual Campus Program

The Marketing Academy has announced the launch of its new global Virtual Campus Program; a free online development syllabus of masterclasses, workshops and lectures aimed at inspiring, developing, and empowering talent in marketing, media and advertising globally.

In 2021, the Academy has announced they will provide up to 1000 ‘Golden Tickets’ for industry talent who have been made redundant, are on furlough or currently working on
a freelance basis in the Australia, UK the US to enrol on The Virtual Campus Program.

Founder & CEO Sherilyn Shackell said: “To keep our community inspired during 2020 we ran over 30 virtual learning events enabling our alumni and partners to invite people to join them. Over 10,000 people signed up for these sessions and, as we are acutely aware that our industry is facing a tough 12 months, we are committed to providing ongoing support to the industry in this way.”

The program is delivered through an online platform ‘The Marketing Academy Virtual Campus Hub’.

The 2021 syllabus includes more than 24 live and interactive sessions with leading  speakers and educators from around the world. Learning zones within the Virtual Campus include a Leadership Clinic, Self Mastery Hub, Skills Lab, Wellness Centre, Inspire Auditorium. All content can also be viewed on demand with a library.

The Academy current sponsors such as Accenture, Commonwealth Bank, BT, Google, KFC, Mars Wrigley, Salesforce, The CMO Club, The Wall Street Journal.

Golden Ticket places on the Virtual Campus Program will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.


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