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Online Social Media for Equine Businesses – Free Course

Hi everyone!  I thought I had better share the details of one of the upcoming CAFRE courses for the New Year! I’m always up for some online learning – especially when it’s free! Do you have an interest in Online Social Media for Equine Businesses? Then you might want to enrol in this free course!

The email I received indicated:

Online Social Media for Equine Businesses

CAFRE will be delivering their online social media course for equine businesses in January 2017. The course will be delivered completely online and will consist of three presentations over a six week period. There will also be online discussion groups and support and an online assessment to test your knowledge. There will be a certificate of completion from CAFRE.

If you are interested in enrolling in the course, then check out this CAFRE Short Courses link and fill in your details!  The enrol tab is found on the right hand side of the page.

The course will be looking into the likes of:

  • Social media channels and tools
  • Measuring the success of social media and also
  • Monitoring social media
Online Social Media for Equine Businesses - Free Course!

Online Social Media for Equine Businesses – Free Course!

The course is free of charge and will go live on Wednesday 11 January 2017 for 6 weeks.  If you’re interested, then participants need to register online by Wednesday 4th January 2017.  You can’t go wrong with free education – especially if it’s focusing on your horse and business knowledge!

On a side note, did you know that Equus Education is on Facebook?  Be sure to check it out and like the page to stay updated!  You can also follow me (Christine Meunier) on Twitter for site updates.  And for those on Pinterest, be sure to check out Equus Education here, too!

“A horse loves freedom, and the weariest old work horse will roll on the ground or break into a lumbering gallop when he is turned loose into the open.” ― Gerald Raftery


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