Social Media Training

Seminars and Workshops

Crummy Media Solutions offers a variety of sessions on social media from the basics to advanced classes. The sessions are a great way for small business owners to learn more about the power tool of social media and how to use it properly to ensure they are maximizing the potential for their business. We offer training on several of the more popular tools including; Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube.

 

Private One-on-One Training

Some small business owners may not have time to make it to an organized workshop or may want more personal attention, for them, we offer private one-on-one social media training sessions. These sessions will assure that all your questions are answered and your own business needs are being addressed. As well, you control the pace of the session to assure you time used wisely. We can also give you great ideas for content to post for maximum engagement and exposure.

 

Small Group Training 

Small private sessions, for between 2-3 individuals, are ideal for a small group of employees responsible for social media content, or banded business owners with similar social media needs.

 

Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

If you’re a business owner and have a need for employee training, this is for you.

What is the Canada Ontario Job Grant?

The Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is a partnership between the federal and provincial governments which provides direct financial support for employers to purchase training for their workforce. The cost of training is a shared investment between the employer and the federal and provincial government. The employer pays for training upfront and is reimbursed, if eligible, for 5/6 of training costs (for businesses with less than 100 employees).

How much funding can an employer receive from the Canada Ontario Job Grant?

The Canada Ontario Job Grant supports eligible training costs up to a maximum of $10,000 per participant, per training, per year.

Who is eligible for the Canada Ontario Job Grant?

Employers in Ontario that identify a training need in their organization and who meet one of the following criteria may qualify for the COJG: the training must create a job, maintain a job by avoiding layoff or improve a job with hours/salary/title.

How can applications be submitted?

Applications are online at: www.ontario.ca/employeetraining. Service Providers request a time period of 2-3 weeks for the application to be processed, before the training start date.

Questions?

Please call Sherry at 613-880-1806, who would be happy to go over the COJG process with you and hook you up with a Service Provider in your area.