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Half of marketers have suffered 100 days of lockdown without wellbeing support from their employers

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (@CIM_Exchange) and Hays (@HaysNews) issued a warning to its members and the wider marketing community to consider the #wellbeing of employees working from home for #100Days  The call comes in response to research from recruiting experts Hays that shows half (47%) of employers had failed to provide any form of wellbeing support to marketing teams since lockdown began 100 days ago. 

Next generation of marketers the most digitally sophisticated yet, concludes new research

New research published today (21 May) by the training body Target Internet in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has uncovered a dramatic shift in the digital marketing skills of the sector’s junior level marketers.

CIM broadens e-learning proposition with virtual classrooms

The @CIM_Exchange (CIM) has introduced a series of virtual classrooms, to encourage professional marketers to continue learning and development from home.

Chartered Institute of Marketing Reveals Changes to Chartered Status

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has announced significant changes to its Chartered status, the marketing industry’s most prestigious accreditation. 

CIM accelerates its e-learning proposition with new online digital marketing course

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has strengthened its online training portfolio by launching the CIM ‘Digital Marketing Channels’ course, allowing marketing professionals and business owners to take advantage of the latest digital marketing channels.

CIM launches apprenticeships for all levels of marketers

CIM’s role as the guardian of professional marketing makes it an ideal #EPAO for marketing apprenticeships The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) announced that a new marketing apprenticeship, at Level 3 and a marketing adaptation of the current Senior Leaders Level 7 Apprenticeship, have been approved by the Institute for Apprenticeships.

Top training providers awarded to improve student employability

Leading qualification providers throughout the UK will now be able to become a Strategic Partner of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM). The move will see CIM collaborate closely with leading qualification providers who attain the status, enabling them to raise the standard of studying students and enhancing their career prospects by ensuring they leave with the skills that employers are looking for.

Students at Derby and Sheffield Hallam universities to get CIM recognised degrees

First business degrees receive CIM recognised status The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has today announced that the universities of Derby and Sheffield Hallam have become the first to receive recognised degree status for their business degrees, as part of the CIM Recognition Programme.

#CPD is a critical element of any career progression: New streamlined process introduced by CIM

The Chartered Institute of Marketing enhances member experience with new CPD platform.  The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has selected Agylia to develop its continuing professional development (CPD) platform, enhancing the professional knowledge, skills and personal services provided to its 30,000 members worldwide.     

First marketing apprenticeships given government backing

The Chartered Institute of Marketing has today (7 Mar) confirmed that two new government-backed apprenticeships have been approved and are available immediately. Online retailer AO is among the first organisations to train marketing apprentices.

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