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April 21 at 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Strategies for success: developing a plan for your content and communications – Postponed
Further to the governments statement recommending that everyone should avoid unnecessary contact, close social proximity or travel we have made the decision to postpone all training, events and gatherings for the foreseeable future.
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Writing for the web and digital media – introductory workshops
Two introductory courses ideal for anyone who would like to understand how to develop their writing skills for digital media. Whether you manage a community website, write a blog or want to keep your social media feed updated these sessions will provide you with expert guidance and helpful tips.
Session 1: Tue 21st April – 13.00-17.00
Strategies for success: developing a plan for your content and communications
This session will introduce strategic thinking about web content including sourcing and planning stories for the web; identifying and targeting key audiences and looking at how to create messages that will spark enthusiasm.
Session 2. Thurs 23rd April – 13.00 –17.00
Bringing it to life: Storytelling techniques and tips/tricks for engaging audiences
This session will focus on practical guidance for creating content: from producing engaging headlines to style and writing tips. We’ll also look at online platforms and social media ‘do and don’ts’.
Location: Thames Chase Trust, Thames Chase Forest, Pike Ln, Cranham, Upminster RM14 3NS
About the Trainer
Holly Powell-Jones started in news in 2011 and has been designing and running her own media training since 2013.She began her career presenting and producing content for TV news show ‘London 360’ and BBC Radio London, going on to become a freelance reporter and newsreader for a variety of radio stations. Holly is a guest lecturer on a number of PR, Journalism and Media courses and recently completed a PhD in social media law and ethics at City, University of London.