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Marketing & PR News Feeds

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Marketing & PR News Feeds

Imagine if the College sent you up to the minute Marketing and PR news, information, case studies, best practice and comment. Well now it does and it's through a selection of simple to use Twitter Lists. You can simply add as many of the Twitter Lists as you like to your Twitter account, sit back and stay up to date with a regular stream of the best Marketing & PR information from around the world.

Each list has been carefully selected to provide informed comment and links to full stories. If you know of any other Twitter pages that we could add to a particular list please let us know as we are keen to continually improve the lists for you.

Here's the step by step method for receiving your Marketing & PR News Feeds

1. visit http://www.twitter.com and if you haven't already, set up an account by selecting your username and password. This takes just a couple of minutes. You don't even have to build your profile or add images and background if you plan to just use this as a news feed.

2. visit http://twitter.com/cmcdigital and login by clicking the link in the top right corner of the screen

3. click on the green 'follow' button to befriend CMCDigital

4. just down and to the right of the green 'follow' button you will see a link called 'lists'. Clicking this link will show you all the lists available. Click one to see the news feed. If you want to follow this list and any others simply click on the 'follow' link just above the main wall of feeds

- Neil Wilkins

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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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