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Would you like to better communicate with your audience? Find out how Wildlands Creative can provide training

Understanding how to communicate environmental and conservation issues in a way that engages and inspires your audience can seem like a daunting task. How do you craft a compelling story? How do promote it to a worldwide audience? How do you spark support and action?

Wildlands Creative provides environmental communications and media training workshops to guide you step-by-step through any challenges and queries.

The workshops are run by environmental journalist Bethan John, who has worked with over a dozen organisations to help support their communications, from small not-for-profits and grassroots movements, to international charities like BirdLife International and the World Land Trust.

The aim is to help organisations build their expertise and capacity within communications, PR and media so that together we can create a global voice for nature’s protection.

The communications and media training workshops are tailor-made to address your organisation’s specific needs.

Topics that can be covered in the workshops include:

  • Writing skills
  • Campaign messaging
  • Website training
  • Social media networking
  • Publication production
  • Photography skills
  • Film-making and video editing

What others say

“Bethan was wonderful to work with. She gave the organisation a workshop on writing tips for press releases and social media posts. The knowledge she shared on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and the importance of using Key Words was invaluable and I believe it has helped us increase interaction with our audience greatly.”

– Camilla Barnes, Communications Coordinator for Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda, Mexico

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If you are interested in a communications and media training workshop, please contact: bethan@wildlandscreative.com

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