Social Media Made Easy

This course will look at social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) offering easy guidance for how to run and get the most out of these channels

Who the course is for
Staff and volunteers who are aiming to develop their digital communication skills. It is intended to help those who are already familiar with social media channels and uploading content, but are unsure how best to use it for maximum engagement..

Course date: Wednesday 28/04/2021
Start time: 10.00
End time: 12.30


Course content:

  • Understand the various social media platforms ((Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, etc.) and who they attract

  • How to post meaningful and interesting content

  • How to build your audience

  • Understanding the effectiveness of your social media channel

  • How to manage your time effectively when using social media

Learning outcomes:

Those completing this course will be able to:
  • Decide which are the best social media channels for them to focus on

  • Understand various ways to post content

  • Understand how to measure the effectiveness and engagement of their content

  • Feel more confident in using social media to grow their online presence

About the trainer:

Shelley Woods, owner at Little Big Words. Shelley has a vast experience in managing numerous social media channels, marketing and copywriting for effective engagement.


£15 Hertfordshire VCS organisation staff or volunteer
£35 Hertfordshire private and statutory organisations staff or volunteers
You can arrange payment online via link HERE.

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