WAN-IFRA's video e-learning
Media Management Accelerator & Reader Revenue ABC
Our video e-learning was created to support publishers in reaching digital revenue goals. They can be used to kick start discussions in internal workshops – or for new starters looking to get up to speed with digital strategy. There is even a Certification process with a project to be completed at the end. We keep the courses up-to-date and add content on a regular basis in multiple languages!
All About You
Designed for you
The programme is open to all participants interested in enhancing their knowledge on digital revenue. The courses will be presented at an intermediate level offering students engaging lessons on digital business models.
We are here to assist
The courses will offer many interactive elements underpinning the instructional lessons led by our expert trainers. While working towards your course certification, you will have access to live webinars, in-person workshops, industry events and community forums.
Once a student has fulfilled the required lessons and assignments for each course, they will be awarded a “Certificate of Completion”. The certificate will be presented by WAN-IFRA and is recognised by the world’s largest press organisation.
Each of the six courses in the programme is designed to be self-paced – adapting to your busy schedule. This advantage enables individuals to absorb the information at your desk or on the go. The courses are available on desktop, tablet or mobile.
Practical Case Studies
Highly Relevant Best Practices From Your Peers
How are participants reacting to the Media Management Accelerator?
“The MMA has a lot of info on digital advertising which I found very helpful in filling in my new role at Mediahuis.” Product Manager Digital Advertising, Mediahuis, Belgium
“The content on the MMA is of a very high quality and very useful for a large group of professionals.” Director Consumers – Telegraaf Media Groep, The Netherlands
"I would highly recommend the courses to my editorial team leads, and I think the business would benefit from us being exposed to more of the theory behind the commercial and sales aspects." Managing Editor: Lifestyle, 24.com, South Africa