Sambodhi Training Programme on Campaign Management

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Sambodhi TrainingExcella Orbit, the training division of Sambodhi Research & Communications Pvt. Ltd., is pleased to announces a Training Programme on Campaign Management for Development Professionals to be held at New Delhi from June 2-5, 2010. The training is specifically aimed at building institutional and individual capacities in designing & implementing social campaigns to bring about the intended change.

Specifically, the programme is aimed at:

  • Conceptualize and strategize social campaigns
  • Understand different tools & techniques of social campaign
  • Effective use of media for promoting campaign
  • Assess the gaps and challenges in campaigning for change
  • Built systems of monitoring campaigns
  • Understand how to evaluate campaigns

Who should attend? It is designed for development practitioners, communication & documentation officers, and consultants involved in implementation of various social campaigns.

Pedagogy: Audio/Visual aids, Practical Exercises, Demo shoot, Case studies, Brainstorming Sessions, Experience Sharing, Training Handouts are few techniques that would be used in the training program.

If you are interested in the training programme please send an email to the below mentioned contact information, requesting for the flyer and registration form. You may avail discount on early bird and group registration.

For further information and to register, contact:

Rebika/Anish
Excella Orbit
Sambodhi Research & Communications Pvt. Ltd.
O2, 2nd Floor, Lajpat Nagar – II
New Delhi – 110024
Email: trainings@sambodhi.co.in
+91 11 40560734, 65492502

Aastha Kukreti

Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.

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