Social Media Training for Community Groups & Buildings

Community buildings and village halls are valuable and essential venues for playgroups, dance classes, spots activities, adult education, meeting, family celebrations and other activities.. Community events and groups provide key social opportunities for people to come together to celebrate or link-up with neighbours and others from their village, town or surrounding area.

This session will give volunteers that run or organise these a greater understanding of social media and how it can be used as a key marketing tool to help them promote their club, group, building or event, improve bookings/attendance and keep people informed and up-to-date on information. This session is supported by Wokingham Borough Council Adult Community Learning.

Ran by a Social Media Expert & Senior Marketing Manager, Eleanor Craig, from Berkshire based business the training will cover:

Facebook – what is most appropriate for your community asset or group – business page, group or personal page. How to engage with Facebook Live, creating events, getting reviews, creating posts with accompanying imagery, different post types.
Twitter – how to post (character limits), respond, add photos/videos, use hashtags, how to find & join in local conversations.
Instagram – image formats and filters, using hashtags and locations.
Google My Business – the benefit of adding location to Google Maps, imagery, reviews etc.
Benefit of listing your hall or group on

Once the theory part of the session is over there will be the opportunity to ask many questions and to put your knowledge into motion straight away by bringing along your laptop and beginning to set up or improve your social media presence.

This training is FREE for CCB & CBAS Members or £10 for non- member. Delicious refreshments will be provided. To book please click here, we have two places left:

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