Ffynnonweb.com provides a bespoke Social Media + Employability Skills Consultancy and Advice Service, tailored to your specific requirements.
** New Service **
Enhance your employment/promotion prospects with our new employability skills tutoring sessions!
With 12+ years working in computing and web development, plus 4 years of developing a range of social media presences – both educational and general purpose – we are sure to be able to help you get YOUR business or organisation noticed online!
Our Services include:
- Creation of your Social Media (SM) Presence
- Employability Tutoring Sessions Online
- Management of your VLE / CMS / Social Network
- Social Media (SM) Maintenance and Promotion
- Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn et al presences created
- eLearning Materials put online for you
- ePortfolio and online CV Design and Creation
Ffynnonweb.com is owned and managed by Julia Ault – who has over 12 years experience of working with computers and the web and 5+ years of researching and using online social media.
Her specific research interest is on the effect that improved digital literacy has on increased employability and in promoting innovative methods to cascade this improvement throughout the workforce.
Julia holds Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the UK, has a BSc Hons in Information Systems with Management and is studying for a PGCert in Teaching in Higher Education.
She is also employed as a part-time Tutor on a new Certificate in Higher Education Skills for the Workplace program with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
The extended journey through the online landscape (an eclectic mix of interesting and thought provoking articles shared from around the web that you might like) can also be followed on the Ffynnonweb blog on Posterous.com, on our Facebook page and on Twitter @ffynnonweb
The opinions expressed on Ffynnonweb.com are either those of the original author(s) of the shared articles or Julia’s own personal views, if stated as such. They are posted to inform and encourage comment and debate and do not imply agreement or endorsement by any organisation or educational establishment.