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Cambridge Marketing College

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Dubai

  Over the last 2 years our pass rate in the Middle East has been 82%

In order to meet the increasing demand for our courses in the Gulf States we have an established distance learning centre in Dubai. Our aim is to provide better, locally based support for our overseas delegates through a local, experienced marketing tutor.

For Dubai our Tutor is Anisa Byrne an experienced marketer with over 16 years in senior roles as head of marketing and product for global insurers, banks and business services providers. 

Anisa's role is to:

•    provide advice and guidance on the right qualification and World Service Study Option for you;
•    help you register with the College and with the CIM;
•    help you get started on your studies; and
•    advise on local exam centres.

Anisa will then also act as your personal tutor for the first module you study. She will answer questions, provide advice, mark set work and provide guidance and feedback on draft assignments. For each of the remaining modules you will be supported by a specialist distance learning tutor.

Contact will be primarily by Email and telephone but one to one meetings can also be arranged for a small additional fee.

If you would like advice on our professional marketing qualifications and how to get started on a distance learning course please contact Anisa: Anisa@marketingcollege.com

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We are delighted to announce that CMC has been invited to join the Scotland Food & Drink Skills Academy (SFDSA)’s Network of Excellence. The College joins leading colleges, universities and specialist industry training firms to provide world-class vocational education and training for Scotland’s food and drink sector.   Angela Foreman, Partnership Manager at the SFDSA, said every institution accepted into the Academy’s network had demonstrated a track record of experience in supporting businesses in class-leading levels of workforce education, training and skills project consultancy.

Harry MacDivitt, one of our Edinburgh tutors, accepted the Award on our behalf at the SFDSA Network of Excellence Awards 2015, which were launched by Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Angela Constance MSP.

The SFDSA's aim is to help people add economic value to business in the Scottish food and drink sector through training and development. They are fiercely proud of their independence, integrity and quest to deliver this aim over the long term and we are very proud to be working with them.
http://www.sfd-skillsacademy.co.uk/
 

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