Employers face becoming increasingly out of touch with employees as demographic shifts and technological changes take effect. This workshop will help them understand how to better engage potential job applicants, employees and manage the delivery of internal communications and HR services via social media.

This course will help you to utilise existing social media to get the best from it whilst managing any associated risks, and help you to get your leaders and others in the organisation embracing and using social media. It will also help you to develop an action plan for launching and improving social media within your organisation.

It will also help you to learn how HR professionals and employers in general can use social media to deliver HR services (recruitment, engagement, training and more), engage with employees past present and future, and use social media to enhance the effectiveness of the HR function.

Who should attend:

Human Resources staff, Middle and Senior Managers within Further Education Colleges.

Lerarning Outcomes:

  • Select, launch and use the most appropriate internal social media for their organisation
  • Use social media to deliver HR services
  • Build a better employer brand through use of social media
  • Get themselves and others in the organisation using social media more effectively whilst minimising the associated risks
  • Design appropriate social media content for their organisation

Benefits:

92% of the UK population access the internet at least once a day, and 81% via a mobile phone to use social media, with 48% spending an average of 1.5 hours/day on social media. This workshop will help Colleges and those responsible for the applicant and employee experience to harness the benefits of using technology and social media to engage with talent, past present AND future, and enhancing their employer brand.

Date

14-05-2019

Venue

London

Fees

AoC Member = £299.00 + VAT

Non-Member (College/Public Sector) = £400.00 + VAT

Accommodation

If you need accommodation please call Conference Care, our preferred supplier, on 02476 369720 and let them know you are attending an AoC Create workshop.

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Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries:
training@aoc-create.co.uk
020 7034 2640

Finance enquiries:
finance@aoc.co.uk
020 7034 9900

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Speakers

Gary Cookson

Gary is a CIPD Chartered Fellow, a qualified coach, personal trainer, teacher, workplace mediator, H&S professional, mediator, distance learning tutor, and more besides.

Career-wise, before going full time self employed, Gary was Associate HR Director at the DBS, and HRD at Trafford College. Prior to that Gary did HR/OD integration work at a new housing group, and before that he was Head of HR & OD at Golden Gates Housing Trust for 11 years and also has experience of working again in a call centre, a national charity and an international pharmaceuticals company.  Prior to working in HR he qualified as a secondary school teacher (he taught History).  He has also managed and delivered CIPD programmes for many years and has delivered face to face and distance learning qualifications for a range of providers and awarding bodies.

Outside work, Gary is a keen sportsman – competing in triathlons regularly but also having led and managed some representative sports teams – a father to three (almost four) lovely children, and husband of a long-suffering wife.

Gary is active on social media – follow him on Twitter, or connect with him on LinkedIn.

Gary Cookson

Gary is a CIPD Chartered Fellow, a qualified coach, personal trainer, teacher, workplace mediator, H&S professional, mediator, distance learning tutor, and more besides.

Career-wise, before going full time self employed, Gary was Associate HR Director at the DBS, and HRD at Trafford College. Prior to that Gary did HR/OD integration work at a new housing group, and before that he was Head of HR & OD at Golden Gates Housing Trust for 11 years and also has experience of working again in a call centre, a national charity and an international pharmaceuticals company.  Prior to working in HR he qualified as a secondary school teacher (he taught History).  He has also managed and delivered CIPD programmes for many years and has delivered face to face and distance learning qualifications for a range of providers and awarding bodies.

Outside work, Gary is a keen sportsman – competing in triathlons regularly but also having led and managed some representative sports teams – a father to three (almost four) lovely children, and husband of a long-suffering wife.

Gary is active on social media – follow him on Twitter, or connect with him on LinkedIn.