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Meet Eloise Idoine, a professional Linkedin Trainer and Owner of Rialto Training

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Eloise Idoine, a professional LinkedIn trainer based in Nottingham and owner of Rialto Training, has recently completed the Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace course through the Smart and Inclusive Leadership (SAIL) Project.

She is also working with Nottingham College’s Employer Workforce Development Lead under the GRADS for D2N2 Project to develop her business.

With 12 years of experience in senior sales and marketing roles, Eloise is passionate about connecting businesses with their prospective clients and showing companies how to build strong, meaningful relationships. 

Using LinkedIn, Eloise teaches companies how to avoid paying for expensive advertising, premium subscriptions, and 3rd party automation tools, by making the most of the free networking resources available to them.

Whilst Eloise already had experience in Coaching and Mentoring, she had no formal training and she said this course consolidated, broadened, and developed her knowledge and skillset.

I found it really valuable to learn about the different techniques of coaching and mentoring, as well as the theory behind the practices. 

 — Eloise Idoine

Despite the course being delivered online, she also enjoyed networking with the other participants on the course.

The course was delivered online, but we were able to chat and network within break out’ groups. I enjoyed listening to other people’s opinions and learning from their experiences. 

 — Eloise Idoine

Eloise found she was able to immediately implement the skills she had developed during the course.

Just yesterday, I delivered a workshop for a charity and was able to implement the push-pull method that we were taught during the course within my workshop to ensure that all participants were engaged. 

 — Eloise Idoine

She is currently working with Nottingham College as a participant of their GRADS for D2N2 Project which pro­vides small and medi­um-sized enter­pris­es (SMEs) across Not­ting­hamshire and Der­byshire a com­plete pack­age of free and sub­sidised sup­port to help you ben­e­fit from grad­u­ate tal­ent in the region.

Eloise is also looking to enrol onto our upcoming face-to-face delivery of Introduction to Digital Marketing through the Priority Skills for D2N2 SMEs project.

I have found all of my interactions with Nottingham College to be well-structured, professional and positive and I would love to continue with my involvement in Nottingham College to learn more and perhaps get involved in helping the students. 

 — Eloise Idoine