Training - Using Social Media to Promote Your Work

Training - Using Social Media to Promote Your Work

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FREE training programme on funding, governance and management delivered by Carmichael on behalf of the Community Foundation for Ireland.

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Training workshop: Using Social Media to Promote Your Work

The course will help participants to define their audiences and understand which platform best suits their needs, and provide tips on how to effectively communicate their work online. The course will cover a brief overview of the social media landscape in Ireland and the main social media platforms – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. The course will enable you to develop a social media strategy for your organisation, hone your key messages and measure your success.

Target Audience

This online course is aimed at people who already have experience of managing their organisation’s social media channels.

Session delivered via Zoom.

About this programme

Recovery and Resilience Training Programme for Non-Profits

Carmichael are running a series of FREE training workshops for charities and non-profits in Ireland in 2022. These workshops are funded by the Community Foundation for Ireland as part of a wider Covid-19 Fund for Recovery. The Community Foundation for Ireland hopes that this funding will strengthen the skills base of the sector around fundraising, digital, governance and leadership, and build resilience among volunteer and staff teams. In turn, the sector will be in a more resilient position as it recovers stronger from Covid-19.

Registration is open to non-profit board members, staff and volunteers of all participating Volunteer Centres and will be on a first come first serve basis.

A maximum of two people from any one Irish non-profit can register per workshop. The training is limited to two workshops per person.

Carmichael Trainer

Sorcha MacMahon

Sorcha is a Senior Account Executive at Alice PR & Events, having joined the team over the summer of 2020. She completed a Masters in Public Relations and New Media in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and she worked as an Enterprise Intern in CIT, promoting entrepreneurship among students in the college. Her role as Enterprise Intern involved organising and promoting competitions; managing student entrepreneurship programmes; social media content creation; guest lecturing and event management.

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