- Small groups
- Covid-19 safe
- Experienced teacher
- Possible online
- Practical training
The shift from traditional product sales to online sales continues unabated. But how do you actually handle setting up an online store? In our E-commerce training you will learn everything there is to know about selling your products online. From setting up the plan, determining the terms of delivery to promoting your webshop.
In The training We exchange theory, practical exercises and reflection in a pleasant way. This way you can not only quickly place the knowledge, but you also have many points of contact where you can get started after the training. The final training programme is adapted to the knowledge, practical experience and learning objectives of the participants.
This training is ideally suited for participants who want to learn how to promote their webshop online.
The training is provided by default in Dutch. The trainer controls the English language. English course material can be used. When registering at least 3 participants, the training can also be provided entirely in English.
Mentioned prices are per person, including course material. Lunch is included in the training on location.
|Duration||1 day||2 sessions of three hours|
|Price per day, excl. VAT||€ 475,-||€ 390,-|
|Total, incl. VAT||€ 574,75||€ 471,90|
After completing the training, a LEARNIT certificate will be issued as proof of participation.
We also organize this training online. For this we use Webbex or Zoom. Logging in with Skype is also possible. On request this training can also be organized with Microsoft Teams.
The training lasts 2 sessions of 3 hours, spread over 2 weeks.
The E-commerce course has been assessed with an average of 8.3.
"Very nice school to learn a variety of training with dedicated experts."
"Good content training; tailored to the needs of the student."
"Interesting instructive course added value the textbook so you can check again at work or at home. Kind regards Karel Pelzer."
"Good story, expert and inspiring, also a dose of humor."
"The training was given at a good pace, and the students were able to come along well. It was not a large group, so there was enough room for the individual. The material was in a logical order, so that by continuing in the training you kept repeating the basics well, so that it stays up to date."