We have developed this Communicating Impact series in partnership with Bespoke Communications, who have been delivering a variety of media programmes with NICVA for our sector over the last couple of years.
How can you use Facebook and Twitter to connect with the people that you need to speak with?
Find out how to make your Facebook page a trusted resource for your organisation. Grow your community and really engage with them to help spread the story of your impact. Learn some quick and easy techniques to boost your Facebook reach. Do you want to learn how to really use Twitter to reach out to your stakeholders and learn how to network with funders and journalists from the mainstream media? In this one day course, with Social Bee, Louise Brogan, you will learn the essential skills you need too make the most out of using social media to market, grow and engage your community.
Prerequisite: You must already be set up as an administrator on your organisation’s Facebook Page and Twitter account. Note – if you have not yet set up a Facebook Page or Twitter account for your organisation, this may not be the course for you. Please bring along your own laptop or iPad (not a phone!) to log in to your own organisation’s account.
The other 2 parts of the Communicating Impact programme are:
These will all be interactive, practical training sessions giving you the skills and confidence to communicate your impact better.
You can attend all three sessions or as many as you like. You need to book for each session separately online. We expect the demand to he high for these courses and places are strictly limited due to the practical nature of the training sessions, so if you are interested please book your place as soon as possible.
Are you part of NICVA Media Connect connecting voluntary sector expertise with journalists and media professionals? You can register online today.
About the trainer - Chris Eva
Chris Eva is a film maker and founder of Sub-Culture Productions. He creates video content for businesses and organisations mainly based throughout the UK and Ireland. In 2014 he made TV documentary on Hip-Hop culture in Northern Ireland and received funding from Channel 4 and NI Screen. The film was screened in festivals in the UK and USA. Chris is also a trainer and teaches people how to create video for online campaigns using mobile phones and iPads. He is also a CAA approved drone pilot and a freelance Shooting Director and Cameraman.