Social media is fast becoming the place to educate, to recruit and to build an expansive global network. It is also a space that is currently severely underutilised by the life sciences research, medical technology and healthcare fields when compared to other innovation industries.
While diving into this sphere can seem daunting and overwhelming, it represents a chance to create a compelling competitive advantage for early adopters and an opportunity that can no longer be ignored.
Our workshop, Becoming an Online Influencer, will help you build a deeper understanding of the power of social media and we will share skills, tools and techniques to position you as influencers and opinion leaders in the field of healthcare, research and industry on social media.
6 February 2018, 9am – 4pm
Engine House – 105 Wellington Street, St Kilda
Parking & transport
There is limited street parking, however there is parking is available nearby behind 30 Chapel Street, Windsor.
Engine House is a short walk from Windsor Train Station & stops along tram routes 64, 67, 78.
$700 + GST + booking fees
Early bird offer
Book before 1st January 2018 and receive a personalised LinkedIn Health Check of your profile delivered to your inbox.
For bookings of groups of 5 or more, please contact us directly.
We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to the workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the event and we can arrange a full refund. We can re-schedule to another workshop subject to availability (valid for 12 months) up to 48 hours prior. No refunds will be given to cancellations within 48 hours unless under extenuating circumstances.
Who is it for?
People working in the healthcare, science, medical technology, biotechnology, life sciences and clinical trials sectors who consider themselves social media beginners or intermediates
On the day
Becoming an Online Influencer is a full-day workshop comprising of 4 modules. This workshop will allow each individual to experiment with their online profiles, to test strategies and tools, to ask questions and troubleshoot social media problems with The Social Science team.