April 8-10, 2015
A three- days crash course and hands-on workshop on how to leverage new media technologies for strategic communication, April 8-10, 2015, New Delhi.
Is new media profitable?
Facebook / Twitter / Blogs / Wiki / YouTube…. Can you really benefit from these? (you may be wondering...)
The answer is, surprisingly, YES, now you can. How? Please read on...
Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, Wiki... You may or may not be using these, but the age of new media has arrived. Organisations - specially industries and government cannot afford to ignore "new media" and need to reinvent their information dissemination, communication and outreach strategy accordingly.
Hence, this three-days short-course and hands-on workshop aimed at empowering institutions for profit is designed exclusively for professionals responsible for - business communication, corporate social responsibility (CSR), public relations, research, web and information professionals in public, private sector and in government organisations– working for profit and for the society too in the national interest.
It is structured to provide a practical approach to step into the world of new media. It will help the participants to understand the potential of new media tools and help them take a decision on adopting an appropriate information outreach and communication strategy at an individual and an organisational level.
The workshop will be conducted by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a leading global think-tank with over 30 years of experience in research and communication. It has been developed on-the-basis of our three-decades of interactions and experiences of working with the industries, government and the development sector.
A Certificate of Participation will be awarded by Centre for Science and Environment on completion of the course.
Some fellowships available for Africa.
By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
Understand the new media landscape and appreciate its influence on communication and social change.
Identify communication channels and new media tools for effective outreach
Learn the art, strategies and techniques to succeed on – Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, Wiki...
Learn to integrate the best of both- new and print media into the communication plan.
Develop web strategy based on “new media”
Acquire skills and improve capacity to make the most of new media tools in advocacy and activism.
Deliver strategic plans to address real-world comunication challenges and engage the stakeholders
Learn about new media metrics and monitor the impact of communication strategy.
The new media landscape > the channels, influence on communication and social change, reaching out to stakeholders
Integrating print, web and the social media
E-mail for outreach
Blogging > installing and managing blog
Using social media strategically > Facebook, Twitter
Reaching out through Wikipedia > sharing knowledge, research and resources
How to use photos on the web
How to use videos on the web
How to improve the website ranking > focus on search engine optimisation
New media metrics > understanding web statistics, facebook/twitter statistics
Business and Corporate Communication Professionals
Advertising/ PR Professionals/ Industries with CSR initiatives
Web/ Information Managers
Consultants, Development Communicators and NGOs
On site registration facility available.
Medium of Instruction: English
Course Fee: Rs. 9,900 per participant. (includes instructional fee, reading material, lunch and refreshments)
Accomodation and related costs are not included in the cost. However, CSE can help you find a place to stay.
The course fee should be paid in advance by demand draft / cheque in the name of CENTRE FOR SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT. ( Add Rs.15 for all non-Delhi cheques )
Date: April 8-10, 2015
Time: 10.30 am to 5.00 pm
Venue: Centre for Science and Environment,
41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,
New Delhi- 62
For information contact
Progamme Director – Information Management
Centre for Science and Environment
41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi - 62
Phone: +91 (011) 29955124/125 (Ext. 287)
Fax: +91 (011) 29955879
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com