Our Ten2Two “Joining the World of Social Media” workshop left everyone inspired to brush up or set up their digital personality. Thanks so much if you came along, it was a great turn out. 

 

Over 50 Ten2Two members joined us on 14th March in Berkhamsted, Herts, to learn about how important it is today to be involved with social media – particularly LinkedIn if you’re on the flexible job search.

We’ve had loads of positive feedback but here’s a small selection:

“Very good, it was just what I required having tinkered around the edges a bit, it gave me confidence about how I was and could be using it.”

“Very interesting and relevant. Delivery was excellent.”

“An excellent workshop. John really does know his stuff. “

“Very clear with some excellent tips. And given no charge, very good value!”

If you’d like to sign up to our next FREE Member event, make sure you’re registered with us and we’ll send you details by email. We’ll also send you any relevant jobs and contact you directly if you’re a match to our latest vacancies.

In the meantime, why not follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And good luck with the flexible job search.

 

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