Digital Marketing Courses
Endorsed by the biggest names in the digital space
Our Digital Marketing Courses are designed in consultation with representatives from leading digital brands, including Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, IBM, Vodafone, Communicorp, Dentsu Aegis Network, Omnicom, WPP and Ogilvy who all form Industry Advisory Council to ensure our Digital Marketing Courses are consistently relevant and offering the best learning content possible.
Validated by the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), Members include:
Industry Advisory Council
The Industry Advisory Council, representing the world’s largest and most influential digital brands, validates all Digital Marketing Institute course content. By providing expert review and recommendations on a regular basis, the Council ensures that graduates of the Digital Marketing Institute have learned the most up to date digital skills, core competencies and knowledge needed to thrive in their digital careers.
How The Council Works
The Industry Advisory Council validates the syllabus which ensures graduates of the Digital Marketing Institute have learned the latest tools and techniques from the world’s largest and most influential digital brands. The Council supports syllabus content by preserving its technical accuracy, clarity and continued relevance.
The purpose of the Industry Advisory Council is to validate the syllabus content for Digital Marketing Institute programmes and provide expert recommendations.
Setting Skill Agendas
The Industry Advisory Council works with the Digital Marketing Institute to set the skills agenda and address the global digital skills shortage. The Council also provides input into digital marketing job role requirements by helping to define the up-to-date knowledge, skills and competencies required to build the global digital economy.
Once defined, the Council ensures that the Digital Marketing Institute syllabus content is refined to meet the digital economy’s most in-demand digital needs and skillsets.
Chairman Prof. Dudley
Dudley Dolan is the Chairman of Cen. He has a distinguished career and envied reputation for his roles in developing internationally standardised competency frameworks.
A Chartered Engineer, Dudley Dolan has worked in the Computer Industry since he graduated. He was Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin and course director for the B.Sc. Computer Science course for evening students from 1983 until retirement.
Dudley Dolan has been a Vice-President and Honorary Secretary of CEPIS (Council of European Professional Informatics Societies) as well as Trustee of IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing), Organising Committee Chair for IFIP Congress ’86, the 10th World Computer Congress, and holder of the Silver Core award from IFIP.