Course 200 Returns in March

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here—a new round of Course 200 will begin in late March!

Course 200 takes your practice’s online presence to the next level, as you establish a basic social media presence, beyond simply owning your online listings. By taking Course 200, you’ll learn how to strategically communicate with patients and potential patients through an online platform with more than 1.15 billion users worldwide: Facebook.

Although typically more rewarding, Course 200 does require more of a time commitment than Course 100. The duration of the course is three months, with an expected time commitment of five hours per month. However, the community you create on your Facebook page will be a living and breathing entity, so even after the course is over, you will still be committed to keeping that community alive. But don’t worry, our team will teach you how to do that.

Below is a basic overview of Course 200. Feel free to reach out to our team if you have any questions about what to expect from this course.

pmp200 info_UPDATEDIf you have previously applied for Course 200, Amanda Short will be contacting you with more information about participating in the upcoming round.

If you are interested in applying, we are always accepting applications. You can find our application on Atlas, keyword: PMP application. Please send your completed application to Amanda Short. This round is filling up fast, so apply now to avoid being put on the waiting list for the next round!

Not sure if your practice would be a good fit for Course 200? Here are some practical questions to consider when determining if you should apply. PMP 200 & 300: Should you apply?

Learn more about utilizing Facebook as a marketing tool for your practice by browsing our Facebook category.

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