Social Media Workshop
Over 50 people attended the presentation from Hancock Creative.
The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale and City of Armadale partnered to deliver a free Social Media workshop for local not for profit organisations.
Over 50 people attended the presentation from Hancock Creative, representing 40 different community and sporting clubs. They were provided with tips and tools on how to engage and grow their membership base as well as advice on which social media platforms would best suit their groups target market.
Francis Smit, Executive Officer Landcare SJ attended the workshop and said ‘thanks to both Local Governments and to Anna for a fantastic and worthwhile presentation.’
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat, the clubs and community groups came away buzzing with ideas on how to better connect with their audiences.
Shire President, Cr John Erren said ‘our community not for profit organisations are important to the Shire and we are delighted they were able to learn and enhance their social media skills within this workshop environment, while networking with other community members.’
Photo caption: SJ participants at the Social Media Workshop (left to right) Sharon Tyson – Jarrahdale Heritage Society, Francis Smit – SJ Landcare, Jane Brown – SJ Landcare, Marlene Renton – Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Nancy Scade – SJ Landcare, Anna Hill – Hancock Creative (Presenter), Shell Atfield – SJ Youth Advisory Group, Geoff Watson – Byford Bushrangers Diamond Sports