This training course extensively covers best practices in relation to using social media in and outside of the
workplace. The course also focuses on employee responsibilities when engaging with different media outlets, and some
do's and don's when it comes to interacting with co-workers over social media platforms.
Implications of social media in the workplace.
Social media policies and restrictions.
Privacy and sharing sensitive information.
Communicating through company channels.
Do's and don'ts when using social media.
Social media as a productive tool.
Upon completion of this course, participants will learn:
What platforms are considered 'social media'.
Both positive and negative impacts of using social media in the workplace.
Concerns that Management has with the use of social media in the workplace.
The importance of social media policies and how to interpret them.
How to politely refuse or accept online 'friend' requests.
How to respect other people's or co-worker's privacy online.
How to use social media as a productive tool.
Best practices when communicating through company channels.
This course is designed for organisation-wide delivery and provides employees and employers with general knowledge
of the workplace requirements, privacy principles, and best practices relating to using social media in and outside
of the workplace.
On successful completion of this course, employees will have the necessary information to be able to use social media as a productive tool in and outside of the workplace. Employees will also know what information to avoid posting online, how to treat their
co-workers online, and what privacy precautions to take when talking about work or work-related business online.
Please note online purchases must be made by the person doing the course. If you are purchasing on behalf of another learner please contact [email protected] or 02 9033 1949 to finalise the registration/s.