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Digital skills training coming to a location near you

Originally sent in an email from Media Trust: mediatrust.org


In a rapidly evolving digital world, there is an increased need for charities to enhance their digital communications knowledge and implement a digital strategy to help them reach new supporters and deliver successful campaigns online. However, when resources and budgets are stretched, this can prove difficult for most.

That’s why, last month, we announced the launch of our new UK-wide digital skills training programme, delivered through local masterclasses, mentoring and online learning.


Register for a digital masterclass near you

You can now book onto the first wave of our regional masterclasses, starting in September. Charities and community organisations can sign up to attend free digital skills masterclasses in locations around the UK, including Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds, Leicester, Newcastle, Bristol and London*.

* Please note, the next London masterclass will repeat the topics covered at our launch event on 21 June 2018.

Sign up to attend one of our free digital skills masterclasses

Author: Steering Member
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