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SALFORD COMMUNITY MEDIA PARTNERSHIP
 

Star date: 6th February 2011 

FREE MEDIA COURSES WITH SCMP!

Salford Community Media Partnership, or SCMP, is about to start free media courses for people living in Salford. On offer are Web Design Made Simple, Radio DJ Skills Training, and Marketing and Branding.

All have a focus on the community, and anyone can sign up as long as you're over 19 and living in Salford. Plus it's all free!

Further details here…


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Salford Community Media Partnership , or SCMP, is a partnership of voluntary and community organisations in Salford active in the creative and media industries – everything from theatre to radio, and from film and video to journalism. Companies that are involved in SCMP range from Salford Arts Theatre to Salford City Radio to Salford Star.

In the coming weeks SCMP is starting new free courses and everyone in Salford can join.

Web Design Made Simple: showing how to design your own web page using software that's readily available on the net. You'll need to be confident using a computer and it's a ten week course of two hours a week.

Radio DJ Skills: Training in one of Salford City Radio's studios. This is also a ten week course of two hours a week.

PR, Marketing and Branding For Community Groups: Get more publicity for your organisation, and establish a new identity for it. You'll get thrown in the deep end to work on real campaigns – and your own! This is a six week course of one day per week. Plus extra drop-in workshops.

For more details of all three courses phone Linda Robson at SCMP on 07534 969007.

Also coming soon is Salford Media Scene – the SCMP magazine that brings together Salford's happening creative world. If you'd like to get involved in doing writing, photos or graphics for this – or want to be featured in the mag - just give Linda a ring on the above number.

 

 

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