4C's hosts info session at Plymouth Aviation Training Center

Showcases academic, workforce training, includes free social media seminar

Cape Cod Community College’s admissions process, academic certificates, and degree programs, along with its Corporate and Professional Education workshops, seminars, and customized training options will be showcased Tuesday December 6th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  at the College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology training center at the Plymouth Municipal Airport.  Whether you are looking to complete your degree, train for a new career, or learn a new skill, the College’s programs are nearby, and designed to fit today’s complex individual and family schedules. College officials will be ready to explain the new online and hybrid learning options, and how they’ve really changed the way academic credits can be earned.

In conjunction with Cape Cod Community College’s Open House, The Center for Corporate and Professional Education (CCPE) will be offering a FREE workshop from 5-6pm: “Keeping Your Business Relevant - Communicating to the Generations, Through Social Media.”

Businesses today must be able to communicate to multiple age groups, especially on social media. A company, retailer, or professional service provider using one style of marketing communication may soon find they are invisible to other generations. In this free one-hour session, experts uncover differences in the generations that affect not only how they communicate but also how they perceive messages. Participants then learn how to take that knowledge to social media, and build communities that resonate with targeted generations.

All of this takes place in the brand new Aviation Maintenance Technology Center reached through Gate 6 at the Plymouth Municipal Airport. 

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