Social media for councils part 2

Course Description

Beyond Facebook: how councils can make use of Instagram, Twitter and other platforms to get their message across.

More and more Councils are looking to use a range of social media platforms in order to increase their digital reach into their community. Instagram and Twitter are two key platforms that offer a range of benefits for Councils. 

This practical session looks at how to get started and what strategies and techniques are working well for councils like yours. 

This is an interactive course   and offers the opportunity to network with Clerks, Officers and Councillors from Councils across England and Wales to share best practice and ideas.

Please note  the course is open to all county associations and will therefore have clerks and councillors not from Northamptonshire in attendance. We hope that this will allow for this course to be delivered more often and throughout the year.

When booking onto this course, the details that you provide will be used to book you onto a third party website where you will receive booking confirmation. Your details will only be used for the purposes of sending joining instructions.

Who Should Attend
Clerks, Councillors and officers wanting to know how to use social media platforms. 

Cost  (per delegate)
£42 +VAT Members
£84 +VAT Non Members

Course tutor

Breakthrough Communications

Breakthrough communications is passionate about helping and supporting organisations to communicate more effectively and compliantly. They support parish councils to communicate and engage with their communities, residents and partners. We support them with all aspects of community engagement as well as GDPR and FOI compliance.

Related Courses

Once you've attended this course, you may wish to look at the following: 

Social media for councils Part 1: getting started, creating an effective social media strategy and getting the fundamentals right

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