Financial Times

New courses from SPAACS

SPAACS, Sri Lanka’s first and only full time school of advertising and creativity, has launched a new range of courses for all those who wish to make advertising their career.

SPAACS, in a press release, said it will continue the highly patronized “Introduction to Advertising” basic course in advertising, which has seen the successful completion of two batches since the inception of the school in October 2008. The course which consists of 16 comprehensive lessons conducted by eminent professionals from varied fields within the advertising industry helps new students take their first step towards becoming an all-rounded advertising professional.

SPAACS will also introduce two new specialised courses that focus on two specific areas of advertising. ‘An A – Z in Account Management’ will offer in depth training in the many aspects of client servicing, including practical sessions on client meetings, writing briefs and contact reports and improving presentation skills. The course will commence on January 19..

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