FeverBee’s professional community management course is entirely taught online with an emphasis on providing participants with maximum flexibility in their studies. Our course isn’t easy but participants are provided with training that can be re-visited at a time which suits them, through the use of recorded webinars and lesson handouts.
Once registered, participants have on-going access to the course materials at no additional cost.
Lessons are accessible in the password-protected community area of the FeverBee student website.
The course consists of 10 lessons :
- Founding members
- How to grow your community
- Converting Newcomers into Regulars
- Community Content
- Events & Activities
- Relationships & Influence
- Community Strategy & Lifecycle
- Metrics & Measurement
The course is an intensive, distance-learning (online), experience which includes the following:
- Recorded lessons. Each lesson comes up with a recorded webinar taught by our Australian instructor Alison Michalk.
- In-depth handout on each topic. The handouts contain an overview of the topic, reference to related academic theories and case studies.
- Template scripts/strategies and other documents we use for our own clients. You get the exact same materials that we use for clients including templates to help complete an audience & sector analysis, manage the day to day activities of your community and benchmark the health of your community.
- Access to key academic journals. Undertake your own research with access to the key journals in the field.
- Guest lectures. You get access to FeverBee’s library of recorded webinars from the world’s leading community professionals and academics.
- Recommended reading. We provide you with a list of recommended readings so you can explore the lesson ideas in more detail.
Completing your Community Strategy
We make available the strategy template FeverBee use with our own clients to help you create an effective strategy for your community. Participants should complete the strategy in line with each lesson of the course to make it easier for them to complete.