Sector Opportunities

Masterclass | Online Community Participation

Join The Audience Agency Head of Digital to learn how to develop and run a successful community participation programme in an online environment.

Learn how to develop an online community participation programme.

Who:
For anyone who wants to understand how to run a successful community participation programme in an online environment.

What:
This session will equip participants with the knowledge to design and manage a successful community programme online.

Topics covered in this session:

  • The principles of effective community participation
  • Considering the best approach for your programme
  • Practical and technical issues including considering accessibility
  • Digital exclusion issues

Takeaways:
Be able to plan a community participation programme that is either partially or wholly online, be aware of the practical implications of running online programmes, be able to make an informed choice about which technology to use.

Facilitators:
Katie Moffat, Head of Digital at The Audience Agency. Katie has over 18 years of experience as a consultant and strategist. She is an expert in using digital for audience development, digital evaluation and user behaviour.

Lucie Fitton, Head of Learning & Participation. Lucie has worked in engagement, training and learning roles of over 20 years, 15 within the cultural sector; she has key expertise in evaluation, participatory practice, youth and community engagement.

Format:
Our 3-hour Masterclasses are focused sessions in which you will both learn and participate. Guidance and insights from our experts are provided in an interactive session in which you will have the opportunity to consider and discuss your own individual situations.

Date:
Thursday 20 August 2020, 10:00 AM – 13:00 PM

Cost:
£95 per person

To find out more visit www.ticketsource.co.uk/theaudienceagency/masterclass-online-community-participation/2020-08-20/10:00/t-rymvpp

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