Free digital skills training for UK Charities

Posted on: July 6, 2018

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


On Thursday 21 June we launched our new UK-wide programme of digital skills training, with support from Google Digital Garage, which will be delivered through local masterclasses, mentoring and online learning.

The free half-day masterclasses will run from September 2018 to June 2019 and visit over a dozen locations across the UK. Sessions will cover topics ranging from Social Media Strategy to Building a Digital Marketing Plan. During each event, you’ll have the opportunity to receive advice from a range of media partners and communications experts as well as learning from other charities.

Read about the launch here and look out for regional dates which will be released shortly.

 

Author: Steering Member
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