Moderation Gateway works with individuals and brands to deliver the first professional online training and certification programme for UGC moderation.
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Five powerful modules each focusing on a specific aspect of online moderation. On the successful completion of all five module assessments, students will receive a fully endorsed certificate in Moderation Foundation Training. See more at: http://moderationgateway.com