Social and communication media is now such a staple in allowing organisations to engage with their community that it makes sense to up-skill in this vital area. This webinar, presented by Layla Lyndon-Tonga, offers the opportunity to learn how to apply effective forms of communication, and in particular digital communication.
Tips and tricks for platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Zoom will be shared, as well as directing attention towards media and how to communicate about an organisation, initiative or project in the most effective way. This will include writing articles, commenting on political statements and broadcast interviews.
Layla will cover how to design and develop a Mail Chimp template to connect and communicate with stakeholders. The design features of Mail Chimp that enhance the way you communicate with others will be presented to enable better use of the database mechanism for effective management of information and connects well with a wide range of online tools considered useful for the delivery of your community events.
The content and activities of this webinar will be directly related to kaimahi in their roles in the Māori public health, physical activity and nutrition sector. As acknowledgement of participant attendance at this webinar, all participants will receive a Toi Ako certificate of attendance.
Layla’s extensive experience and understanding in public health growth areas
like digital literacy, gambling harm and addictions brings a depth of
knowledge to her existing public health practice, research, and capacity
Layla’s skills in critical thinking, facilitation and advocating for social justice
through community action has prepared her for work in the not for profit,
social, health and adult education fields, she thrives on the challenge of
finding solutions and troubleshooting complex problems. Layla is a team
player who prides herself on operating with integrity and authenticity.
This webinar is part of the Toi Ako – workforce development opportunities. Participants will receive a Toi Ako Certificate of Attendance after completion of the webinar evaluation.