Adapted from a National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) press release
Bring your lunch and join the National Screen Institute’s social media maven Liz Hover (woo-hoo, that’s me!) as she breaks down the hurdles to understanding Twitter, Facebook and sets you up with your social media tool kit.
- Wed. Jan. 13 – What is Twitter and how can it help my business?
- Wed. Jan. 20 – How to get your message out through Facebook
- Wed. Jan. 27 – Your social media tool kit – it’s not just Twitter and Facebook
Where are the seminars?
NSI Aboriginal Training Centre – 400-141 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg.
When do the seminars take place?
Wednesdays (January 13, 20, 27) from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
How much do the seminars cost?
$10 per session (Cash only, receipts available)
Should I pre-register?
Yes please, space is limited. Call Chris Vajcner at 204-957-2998.
What should I bring?
Your lunch and your questions. We’ll provide the coffee and the answers!
About the National Screen Institute
The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is a national training school widely known for its prestigious training programs for Canadian writers, directors and producers working in film and television. Most programs are part-time so students keep their day jobs while they train. Participants do not have to relocate – intensive training happens in one place and participants return home to work with a mentor for the rest of their program. All training is delivered by senior industry experts.