Whitstable, United Kingdom, October 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Society of Education Consultants (SEC) has confirmed that one of the workshops at the conference and AGM in November will be led by Jonathan Fink, founder of Momentum Web Solutions. The workshop and discussion will focus on developing and maximising the opportunities for an education consultancy business through the use of the web. The workshop is one of three taking place during the conference, all designed to help education consultants successfully run and grow an education consultancy business. The conference is taking place at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts (RSA) on Friday 20th November 2009. For more information, and to register for attendance, visit www.sec.org.uk or call 0845 345 7932.
"We are delighted to confirm that Jonathan Fink will be able to lead the workshop on web marketing," commented Adam Caller, Marketing Officer for the SEC. "Being able to understand the opportunities made available by the internet, and how these opportunities can be used to grow an education consultancy business in particular is a great advantage for the conference attendees. I have had first hand experience of Jonathan's expertise in internet marketing, having seen a huge growth in my own private tutoring business as a result of his advice and the implementation of his methodology. It's my hope that attendees of the workshop will be able to gain an insight into how important web marketing is for education consultants in the 21st century."
Jonathan Fink founded Momentum Web Solutions in 2005 to bring professional online marketing and promotion services to small and medium sized organisations. "Momentum has extensive experience in the areas of search engine optimisation, search engine marketing and the use of online press releases. Jonathan knows how to use these techniques to increase traffic to websites and increase the online credibility of small businesses, making him an ideal speaker," Adam explained. "All education consultants have to have a website these days, and we hope that our members will gain some valuable insights as a result of the workshop to help them make the most of their online presence."
About the Society of Education Consultants
Formed in 1990, the Society of Education Consultants serves professionals working across the whole education and children's services spectrum. The range of SEC members encompasses consultants who work as individuals, in partnerships, or in association with larger consultancies or organisations. The SEC has two primary functions, the one of which is providing information and support to education consultants, meeting their professional and developmental needs at all stages of their education consultancy career. Members also have access to a comprehensive professional indemnity insurance scheme at preferential rates.
The second function of the SEC is to provide a one stop shop to individuals, education and children's services managers and governors, whether in schools, LEAs, higher education establishments, or other institutions looking for high quality professional help and support. Those who use the SEC to find education consultants are assured that members can provide the high-quality education consultancy needed to provide the education support they are seeking. All SEC members work to a strict Code of Practice that provides a benchmark for their integrity and the quality of their work.