The aim of this course is to:
Give participants the know-how to create effective communications campaign plans focusing on addressing policy priorities
Present a best practice model for campaigning (OASIS)
Give space to practice and experiment with the model
This course is for:
GCS members who may not have had experience of the campaigning approach
Those who have been responsible for the implementation but not necessarily for the planning of communications campaigns
What to expect:
Participants should bring along examples of priority areas for their organisation that require communications support
Some best practice theory presented pragmatically and practically
Examples and ideas drawn from the wider world of communications
Interactive project work tackling a live brief
Registration is 09:15 for a 09:30 start. You will need to bring ID (CS pass or otherwise) to access the venue. Failure to do so may result in denied access.
Unfortunately, we are unable to supply hot beverages or lunch.
Please give GCS at least 2 working days notice if you need to cancel. You can cancel on both Eventbrite by clicking your account - tickets - upcoming events will be displayed - then click on cancel order or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
By not doing this, you are depriving other GCS colleagues of the opportunity to book on. Failure to notify GCS of your cancellation may affect your department's allocation of places on Aspire.
*This course counts as a piece of your CPD & 10 CIPR points*